Are you looking for a dynamic program that provides early learning opportunities for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and preschool-plus children? Charlie Bear’s Child Care offers a well-designed curriculum and more. With an inclusive environment of nurturing care, children grow in confidence while learning developmentally appropriate skills to create a life-long love of learning.
Charlie Bear’s Child Care provides early learning and care services to children of Gritman Medical Center employees and the community.
You are encouraged to be a part of your child’s day at Charlie Bear’s Child Care. Daily reports and information are provided, along with a Parent Resource Center for books, videos and community updates. Family events are held throughout the year to develop strong relationships among the staff, families and children.
Call (208) 883-6024 to learn more about enrolling your child in Charlie Bear’s Child Care.
Our teaching staff provides curriculum and play-based learning for allchildren at Charlie Bear's. We believe that children deserve a nurturing, safe and happy environment that promotes their natural curiosity and desire.
The developmentally appropriate curriculum is based on the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs (NAC) best practices, along with Idaho Early Learning Standards.
Along with quality child care we provide activities focusing on the whole child and assist your child to develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. Each age group has daily lesson plans and enrichment activities to individualize leaning for your child.
In compliance with City of Moscow regulations the maximum teachers to child ratios are:
All of the staff at Charlie Bear’s Child Care hold a City of Moscow Child Care Provider License, are certified in pediatric and adult CPR and First Aid. Staff has ongoing education in the field of early childhood. All staff have education and experience in education and/or human development with most of the staff holding bachelor’s degrees and several with master’s degrees.
Most of the staff is registered providers through the Idaho STARS program.