Mrs. Wood's Learning Spot

Welcome to Mrs. Wood's Learning Spot! We are a learning community that serves newborns thru age 5.

Operating as usual


We are enrolling 2 AND 3 year olds NOW! If you need care for your little one, come see us!


Lubbock ISD classes are on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Wednesday, February 1. School start times will be adjusted as follows: elementary schools will begin at 9:45 a.m., middle schools will begin at 10:20 a.m., and high schools will begin at 10:15 a.m. Buses will run on a two-hour delay schedule.

Families with high school students will receive additional communication from their campuses about schedules and events.

Weather conditions will continue to be monitored with a cancellation possible if it becomes necessary. We will provide additional communication tomorrow morning no later than 7 a.m.

Please stay safe and warm!


We are hiring NOW to fill several vacancies! If you or someone you know is looking for a job,
come see us!
4539 34th Street


Shout out to Marco’s Pizza on 34th and Milwaukee! They chose us to deliver free pizza to today! If you are wanting to try something new, give them a call!


We are having a Trunk or Treat on Friday, October 28,2022 from 6:00-7:30.
Come see us!
4539 34th Street!


Hiring IMMEDIATELY for a cook! Really need to fill this position ASAP!

Photos from Mrs. Wood's Learning Spot's post 07/20/2022

HIRING IMMEDIATELY for a full time cook! The hours are flexible and no training is required.


We are hiring! If you know someone interested in a position in childcare, send them my way!


We are hiring for a part time cook. If you’re interested, please come see Tammy at 4539 34th.


Just a reminder that we will be closed on Monday, 2/21/2022. As part of our working with Workforce Solutions, we are allowed 9 days off throughout the year. Tomorrow will be a paid holiday for my staff as we close for President’s Day. My wish is never to inconvenience parents by being closed but to spread the 9 days out so that my employees have a long weekend to rest and renew every now and then. We look forward to seeing all our families on Tuesday!


Hiring IMMEDIATELY for a full time position in the infant room! If you know anyone, please have them contact me ASAP!


Hiring IMMEDIATELY for a full time position in the infant room! If you know anyone interested, please have them contact me ASAP!


Due to continued snow in our area and school closings for LISD, we will be closed on Friday, 2/4/2022. Please be safe and have a great weekend.


As a pediatric therapist for more than 30 years, I have come up with a list of what I believe kids need and don’t need. I wish I could have a do-over on a few of these.

What kids don’t need:
1. Cell phones when they’re in grade school. Over the years, I cannot tell you one good thing that can come from this.
2. Unlimited access to social media. There is very little that is healthy on social media for children and it is getting worse.
3. So many toys that they can’t even think of something to want at birthday or holiday times. Too much of anything leaves children unable to be full. They become like buckets with holes in them.
4. Televisions in their rooms. Rooms are for sleeping. Good sleep hygiene is a dying art for too many children.
5. To be able to control the emotional climate of the home. Moody kids should not be allowed to hold the whole house hostage. If a child wants to be moody, he can go to his room and be moody by himself. Everyone else need not suffer.
6. Too much indoor time. Our kids have become hermits with social media and high tech games. It is ruining their social skills. It’s also taking a toll on their physical well-being.
7. Too many activities outside of school. No wonder this generation is so anxiety-ridden. They are overloaded. If we want to teach them to take care of themselves as they age, we must teach them to do that by our example and by limiting their extracurricular activities. Scripture even recognizes the need to rest.
8. To be able to disrespect any authority. Even authority that you as a parent dislike or the child dislikes should still be respected. There will always be an authority in your child’s life even when your child is 50.
9. To always call the shots. Children who get to always choose where to eat, where to play, and what the family does end up being brats.
10. Constant approval and pats on the back. You will not always be around to do this. Children need to learn to be proud of themselves when they do something good whether anyone tells them or not.

What children do need:
I. Rest. They play hard. Their bodies need rest to grow and develop.
2. Uninterrupted family time. The most important people to a child are those under the same roof. Make family time purposeful and protected.
3. Outdoor play time where they can explore and create. All kids need free time to imagine.
4. Rules and expectations. Be clear. Be concise. And don’t be afraid to give them.
5. Consistent discipline. If a rule is broken, a child needs to know what to expect. All fear is not a bad thing. There is a fear that can represent respect.
6. Parents who love them and love each other. Security begins here.
7. For you as a parent to say “no” sometimes. Your child does not need a lollipop or a new shirt every time you go to Walmart.
8. Hugs. Physical touch affects the development of children.
9. The ability to share their feelings about anything as long as they are respectful.
10. The most precious gift that a parent can give any child is to demonstrate a personal relationship with God and consistently teach that child through your actions what having faith in God really means. In the toughest times of their lives, they will learn in large part to rely on God by the example you display for them.

Post cred: Cindy Ketron


Monday, August 23rd is move up day! Your child will be moving to the next classroom on that day. If you have any questions regarding your child’s new classroom, please let me know.

Due to the recent spike in COVID cases, we will continue to encourage parents to drop off and pick up at the back door. We will plan a back to school event so parents can meet their child’s new teachers in a way that is safe for everyone.

We will be enrolling new students since a large group of our kiddos are starting school. We will have space in the baby room and lots of room for 3’s and 4’s. If you know of parents needing care for their children, please send them our way!


Happy 4th of July! We hope you enjoy your day! Just a reminder that we will be closed Monday, 7/5/21, in observance of Independence Day. Be safe!


During Teacher Appreciation week, I definitely want to recognize all my staff does for our kiddos every day! I’m thankful for all of them! ❤️


1. They are not daycare workers, they are daycare teachers. Their lesson plan every day includes: how to share, how to have “nice hands” and “walking feet,” how to say please and thank you, how to walk behind someone without pushing, how to take turns, and how to have “listening ears.”

2. They are not just teachers. They are also janitors and nurses. They make boo-boos feel better and dry up tears. They spray, wipe, sanitize, sweep, mop, vacuum, and take out the trash.

3. They are waitresses. They balance little trays and cups of milk. They pick up squashed peas off the floor. Scoop peaches when they ask for more.

4. They change 5 dirty diapers, within 10 minutes, the day after beef and corn.

5. They get 12 little ducklings to follow in a row on their way to the playground.

6. They tie tiny shoes. Snap tiny pants. Fold tiny blankeys. Wipe tiny noses. Spend 5 minutes fixing the heels of tiny Converse. Multiply all of this by 12 on some days.

7. They are there before parents go to work and-or don’t go home until the last kid is picked up as the second hand ticks to closing time.

8. They lay out cots and pillows and blankeys and paci’s. They know who gets a pacifier, who gets a 6 oz bottle, who has to have all the lights out, who will wake up early, who came in late and will lay awake. They sit between cots patting restless toddlers to sleep. They spend the rest of nap time keeping the one early riser from waking the 11 others.

9. They go home and take care of their own families and homes, or their own children. They somehow find time to rest their tired feet.

10. They are patient and kind. They are trustworthy. They do their best with no promise of rest. They don’t enjoy disciplining, but do it with love. Their heart swells to see your child grow and learn and smile and play. They laugh at the funny things the kids always say. Say thank you to your daycare teacher. They love your child❤️


The state emergency guidelines are being lifted. Beginning on Monday, April 26, parents will have the choice to drop their children off at the BACK DOOR or can choose to come into the building for drop off and pick up. Though the guidelines are being lifted, I am honestly terrified to go back to our old normal. Our children have been safe during this crazy pandemic. We only had one positive Covid child in August, 2020, have not had any flu cases and zero RSV cases since we have been shut down. Illnesses have been ear infections, colds and allergies, some strep cases, and a recent stomach virus. If we have positive Covid cases, children, parents, and my staff (without pay) will have to quarantine for 14 days.

If you choose to enter the building, please use the sanitizer placed by the back door upon entering the building. PARENTS MUST WEAR A MASK WHILE IN THE BUILDING, AT ALL TIMES! Also, please be considerate of others and practice social distancing while in the building to ensure the safety of my employees, children, and other parents.

I encourage you to continue drop offs and pick ups at the back door. Staff will be available to take your child and deliver your child as we have been doing. If you have any questions, please let me know.


We will open at 9:30 this morning. Please be safe on the roads!

Photos from Mrs. Wood's Learning Spot's post 08/08/2020

Happy 3 year anniversary to us! Three years of loving on little people, blessing families, and working with employees that have blessed my life! I’m sure a lucky girl!


I am now enrolling children for the 9-18 month class and the 18-24 month class! I can take children these ages now! Also enrolling children for the PreK class for August! If you know anyone needing childcare or PreK for a 4 year old, please send them our direction! They can call 806-993-7768 for more information.


LISD is delayed 2 hours. We will open at 9:30.


LISD cancelled all classes today. We will be closed today as well. Have a great day!


Since LISD is on a weather delay tomorrow morning and doesn’t start until 10:00...we will not open until 9:30. Please feed your babies breakfast and we will serve lunch at 11:00. Thank you and BE SAFE!


Happy Wednesday to you all!

10 Reasons to Appreciate a Daycare Teacher 05/06/2019

10 Reasons to Appreciate a Daycare Teacher

Happy Teacher Appreciation week to all of my amazing teachers! I am grateful for the love and care you give our kiddos every day!

10 Reasons to Appreciate a Daycare Teacher 1. They are not daycare workers, they are daycare teachers. Their lesson plan every day includes: how to share, how to have “nice hands” and “walking feet,” how to say plea…


While you are out tonight with your little ones, you are welcome to drop by our house! 5419 100th Street. Happy Halloween to all of your precious people!


Last call for daycare t-shirts! I can order them in infant sizes thru adult sizes. I plan on placing the order tomorrow so please get your order in today!


Mrs. Wood's Learning Spot is doing a Scentsy fundraiser! If you would like to get started on Christmas shopping, Scentsy is an awesome gift to give!

10 Reasons to Appreciate a Daycare Teacher 08/23/2018

10 Reasons to Appreciate a Daycare Teacher

Such truth in this article! I watch all of my girls do everything this article mentions every single day. Please always remember that it takes a village to raise children and my girls do an amazing job of loving your babies every day!

10 Reasons to Appreciate a Daycare Teacher 1. They are not daycare workers, they are daycare teachers. Their lesson plan every day includes: how to share, how to have “nice hands” and “walking feet,” how to say plea…


Today marks one year that we have been open! The year has flown by so quickly! We appreciate all you parents who have given us the opportunity to love your babies over the past year! I am so super thankful for the girls that work alongside me every day and work so hard to meet the needs of all of our kids. I can't wait to see what this next year has in store for us!


As we get closer to school starting and our older kids starting Pre-K or Kindergarten, we will have openings! If you or someone you know has a 4 or 5 year old that isn't going to a public school, send them our way! We would love to be the beginning of their educational career!


We will be closed this Friday, July 13, so that my staff can receive required training hours. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We look forward to seeing all of you on Monday, July 16.


Hey all you precious people...just a quick reminder that we will be closed on WEDNESDAY, July 4! We hope you have a safe 4th and enjoy spending time with your family.


Happy Mother’s Day to all you amazing moms! From all of my employees to each and every mom that walks through our doors every day, I am thankful for each of you and blessed to have you at the Learning Spot! Hope your day has been blessed in big ways!


We wish all of our families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We have been immensely blessed by each of you during 2017 and are excited to begin 2018 with you!

Just a reminder that we will be closed on the 25th and 26th of December and January 1, 2018.


Happy Thanksgiving to you all! Also, just a reminder that we will be closed on Thursday and Friday. We can’t wait to see all our babies and families on Monday! Be safe! ❤️


We are open and continue to enroll children to our daycare. We just opened a second baby room and have spots available for newborns through age 5. If you have any questions, please call Tammy at 806-993-7768 or come see us for a tour of our facility. We look forward to meeting you!

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4539 34th Street
Lubbock, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 6am - 6pm
Tuesday 6am - 6pm
Wednesday 6am - 6pm
Thursday 6am - 6pm
Friday 6am - 6pm
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