We invite you visit our Kiddie Academy in Streamwood, IL. Tour our classrooms, play on our playground and talk with our friendly staff.
What makes us different from any other daycare? It’s simple—our Life Essentials® educational philosophy is designed to engage your child with developmentally appropriate programs and activities. We serve family-style meals and incorporate character education into day-to-day activities. Part-time enrollment and online payment are available for your convenience.
At Kiddie Academy, we understand and value the amount of trust you place in a childcare provider. That is why our facility is equipped with a secure entry system. We set the standards for safety and education in early learning centers, delivering an atmosphere just as secure, clean and supportive as your home.
Don’t just take our word for it. Ask the parents of Streamwood, IL, they are our best references!
Schedule a Visit and experience the Kiddie Academy difference.
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