From the desk of Ms. Renee
Thank you for stopping by...I'm Ms. Renee and have owned and operated my family Childcare since 2001. We are licensed by New York State Office of Children and Family Services. We have demonstrated through assessment by the CDA Council for Professional Recognition having competence in working with young children for more than 16 years and I am also a mother of two.
Working with children, for me, was natural progression from my teen years, when I helped my Grandmother with her licensed group Childcare Center and volunteered at a larger Childcare Center locally.
Throughout the years, I have undertaken numerous child care training programs in an effort to provide quality care that meets the needs of you and your child. My goal is for you to have peace of mind knowing your child is in a safe, loving, and educational environment.
License and Certification available upon request
Program & Meals
Everyday, children are encourage to explore through structure and non-structured activities to help them gain independence while promoting confidence. Don't forget the exploration of outside play is vital to your child's gross motor skills.
Infants 6 weeks - 24 months $250.00 weekly
Toddlers 2 years - 5 years (potty-training available) $225.00 weekly
Drop-in's, Before & After care 5 years - 6 years
Parents must provide a healthy breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. All perishable foods are refrigerated until consumed. Please call and inquire within for vacancy availability
Daily Drop-in Rates
6 weeks - 24 months $65.00
24 months - 12 years $55.00
Before & After Care
Part-time $125.00 weekly
Full-time $150.00 Weekly
We provide meals and a afternoon snack
Cuddly Bundles Childcare participates in the New York State Child and Adult Care Food Program that requires children to have food from all the food groups: grains, fruit, vegetables, protein and milk. Everyday toddlers hone their motor skills, including at the table. Mastering the pincer grip which allows children to pick up small bits of food ( and other object) between their thumbs and the forefingers, is one of the first step to self-feeding. If your child has food allergies you are required to pack their meals to prevent any allergic reactions.