CPR & First-Aid Certified
Overnight Service is Available
We speak English, Spanish, and Vietnamese!
At Shining Stars Family Child Care, we believe caring for your children is more than just day care. Instead, it is an opportunity to give them a fun, safe and nurturing environment to learn, interact with their peers and prepare them for future education!
What We Offer
- A flexible schedule and a convenient location
- A cozy and caring atmosphere
- A clean and safe environment
- Fresh and nutritious homemade meals
- Openings for children from 3 weeks to 5 years old
- We speak English and Spanish
- A professional and nurturing experience
- Fun and educational activities, such as free-play, music, story time, arts & crafts, dramatic play and outdoor play
- Preparation for Preschool and Kindergarten
- Frequent trips to the Ingleside Library, located only five doors away
Hours of Operation
Licenses and Certificates
- California Licensed (#384001751)
- Child Development Associate Teacher Permit
- CPR & First Aid Certified
- Health & Safety Training Certified
My Philosophy of Early Childhood
My program philosophy contains primary program goals and objectives. The main objective is to provide children with a warm, loving environment and development to prepare them for school. This program is designed to promote social interaction and desire to learn basic life and learning skills. By fostering personal self-esteem, a child’s social, mental, emotional, and physical development will grow.
My program also provides respect to the child with opportunity to make choices, to learn their own pace, and to gain confidence. By gaining confidence within themselves, they learn to develop decision making problem solving and independence in a stimulating environment.
How Do Young Children Learn?
Children learn to do things by hands-on experiences. My program provides children to opportunity to grow more independently. Children learn most when observing and being able to also explore via activities. These activities capture the interest of children and therefore make learning easier.
How Are the Parents Involved?
Parents should maintain a healthy communication between their children and themselves. Open communication is one of my primary goals, because this would allow for children and parents to maintain such a healthy relationship.
Communication is also important between the program, the directors, and parents. Directors are responsible for informing the parents of the rules and guidelines within the program. Parents must also communicate with directors and inform them of any health issues a child has. For example, if the child has any allergies, a parent has the responsibility to inform the director about these. In order to fulfill a parent’s needs, both directors and parents must be communicative with each other.
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Give Us a Call
|Child Care Center||(415) 239-1162|
Come Visit Us
1242 Plymouth Avenue San Francisco, CA 94112
We are conveniently located near the San Francisco City College in the Ingleside District and The Balboa Park BART Station.
MUNI Bus lines servicing near us are the Ingleside K, the Sunset 29, the Masonic 48, and the Van Ness 49.