At Buzy Beez Child Care Center, each month brings something new. For instance, summertime brings warm weather where we take weekly field trips and learn about the great outdoors. In October, we decorate for Halloween and throw a spooktactular party! In November, we invite all of our family and friends to join us at our table for a traditional Thanksgiving feast. December brings the opportunity to learn about the various winter holidays, such as Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.
However, through all of the fun and games, we also have structured curriculum for our toddlers and preschoolers. The children learn both fun and educational songs, learn about letters, numbers, the weather, the days of the week, and so much more!
Breakfast, lunch, and two snacks are also provided to the children here at Buzy Beez Child Care Center. The owner, Donna Miner, provides family-style meals that are healthy and delicious! Some of the children's favorites include homemade mac and cheese, homemade chicken nuggets, grilled cheese and tomato soup, and copious amounts of fresh fruits and veggies!
The staff at Buzy Beez Child Care Center also understands the importance of community. Periodically, the Barnstead Fire Department and Barnstead Police Department will stop by the center and teach the kids all about safety as well as allow them to tour the police cars and fire trucks. These days are definitely a favorite here!
For more information about Buzy Beez Child Care Center, please contact Donna Miner at 603-269-3550 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Monday thru Friday
6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
27 Depot Street
Center Barnstead, NH 03225
We understand that it can be difficult sending your child to a new child care center or preschool. This is why we encourage you to schedule an appointment so you can tour our facilities and learn more about our available programs. We want to make sure that our establishment is the right fit for you and your little ones, so set up your visit today.
From a young age, Donna knew that she wanted to open her own child care center. Doing so would allow her to instill the morals and values she believed would successfully promote social and emotional development. This idea helped her shape her philosophy for early childhood education into what it is today. It is our honor and duty to provide children with a safe and secure environment where they can learn from our examples of respect, kindness, gratitude, creativity, and independence.