Jamin Daycare

We care for children from 6 weeks to 13 years old. The kids go to Belfair Elem. We embrace each individual for who they are.

We guide with love and understanding because one of the important gifts we can give a child is the gift of a healthy self-esteem. Encourage creative learning in harmony with the child’s intellectual, physical, social and emotional growth- no child is too young to learn with developmentally appropriate actives.

Operating as usual


Jamin Daycare


I am selling off some of the toys have to down size.


We have moved to Belfair...


Jamin Daycare


Last week of Summer for the school kids...


Jamin Daycare's cover photo


Water balloon fight today!!


I am offering a referral reward for every family that you refer to Jamin Daycare that are here longer than 2 weeks I will give you a $50 child care credit.


Welcome back Madi and Olivia!


The kids playing with soap water and toys there having a blast


misc pics from summer and other stuff


pics from thos past summer and misc


The kiddos making butter for a science project and yes its edible


I know if family who is in need of 6 tonight 9 month old and 9 to 12 month old girl clothing they don't have the means for this right now. Any donations would be greatly accepted I can pick up as well


Ugh Mondays...


TGIF! O, and a three day weekend.


Daycare w-10's are done and ready for pick-up for all parents from last year!!!


What terminology do you think should be used to describe the childcare field


Merry Christmas to all of our daycare families and kids! We hope that you have a great day with all your new gifts!


Don't forget on Thursday next week we need your gift here for the gift exchange exchange for the children.


Here is an open letter to parents written from the perspective of a daycare provider or preschool teacher.

I am a professional. I may have chosen this line of work because I love children and I enjoy my job, but this is still my job/business. I have received specialized education and/or training to be a caregiver and educator for young children. I am not a babysitter; I am a professional.

I am not getting rich. In many places child care workers make less then public sanitation workers, secretaries and other jobs that require a lot less education and experience. I do get paid in smiles, hugs and recognition of appreciation from families.

I need you to read all material and notices. I am counting on you to know the information I send to you in writing. This includes newsletters, notes and contract material.

It is important that you communicate with me. Let me know in advance if there will be a change in your child’s schedule, or the services you will need.

If I ask you to bring in supplies for your child, please do. And make sure supplies are replenished as needed. This may include extra clothes, art supplies, diapers etc.

Remember your child is not the only child in my care. Although I do my best to provide individualized attention at times, I am often unable to change polices or disrupt plans to accommodate the needs of one family.

Please do not send your child if they are ill. If they are too ill to participate in the day’s activities they are too ill to be in care. I need to protect the health of other children as well. If your child is or was ill, please notify me.

I recognize that you are the most important person in the child’s life. I hope that we can work as a partnership for what is best for the child. Please share with me any concerns or questions about your child’s care and development. Work with me in helping your child learn, grow and develop.

by Joni Levine


Child Care Aware of Washington

Do you know an outstanding primary caregiver? Nominate him or her for an Unsung Hero award! Nominations are due Jan. 4, 2014.
What makes a parent/primary caregiver outstanding? Resilience, social connections, knowledge, empathy and knowing when to ask for help.http://www.del.wa.gov/publications/development/docs/Unsung_hero_nomination_form.pdf


Picture updates!


Brr we miss summer. If its going to be cold it just needs to snow!


We currently have2 spots open for over the age of 2. If you know of anyone please let us know or send them our way.


The original daycare colors from the early 90's


We currently have2 spots open for over the age of 2. If you know of anyone please let us know or send them our way.


Timeline Photos


New daycare refrigerator thank you Grammy Colleen

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