Endwell (760 Hooper Rd.): 607-484-0184
Johnson City: 607-797-6499
Serving Broome County
Future Faces Child Care and Learning Center has dependable child care services that are available all year round for children ages 5 - 12. We provide daily exploration of multiple objectives designed to spark the imaginations and learning potential of school-aged children.
All rates are accurate as of January 1, 2019.
In business for 18 years
Multiple locations for your convenience
Staff is certified in CPR and first aid
Staff is educated and experienced in child development, including 30 hours of training every 2 years
$20 discount for each additional child
1 paid week vacation available to families who have been enrolled full-time for at least 6 months
Each center is licensed by the NY State Office of Children and Family Services and the Department of Education
Staff members are fingerprinted and cleared to work by the NY State Office of Children & Family Services
$20 discount for each additional child enrolled! Call today!
Educational objectives - providing helpful learning experiences for children to participate in and to help facilitate learning through play
Cultural objectives - encouraging respect and diversity with additional curriculum designed specifically for children with limited English proficiency
Social objectives - providing time for children to learn concepts like cooperation, socialization and to develop positive relationships with their peers, including knowledge of general social rules and societal expectations
Emotional objectives - ensuring we provide a safe, comfortable environment for children to explore their feelings and encouraging communication skills to better express their feelings
Physical and recreational objectives - supporting every child's need for physical activity to help them develop their gross and fine motor skills and an understanding of proper health and their own personal fitness
Cognitive objectives - fostering an environment where children can learn to think critically and develop fundamental learning concepts to better understand the world around them
We don’t only provide opportunities for children to develop their social skills, but we also facilitate positive social experiences during each child's day as part of our teaching strategy. We are committed to provide children with new opportunities to apply their own problem-solving skills and to independently work through day-to-day issues while constantly maintaining every child's dignity and positive self-image.
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Firstly, teachers facilitate the development of a positive self-image and good self-esteem by respecting, accepting and comforting, regardless of the child’s behaviour. Teachers will practice developmentally appropriate guidance, which will demonstrate respect for encouraging children to develop self-control and the ability to make better decisions in the future. Learning self-control for children is fostered when teachers treat them with dignity and use of the following discipline techniques.
Guiding children by setting clear consistent and fair limits for the classroom behaviour or in the case of older children, helping them set their own limits. Teachers must value mistakes as learning opportunities and redirect children to more acceptable behaviour or activities and consistently encourage the appropriate behaviour. Teachers must be sensitive and listen to children talk about their feels and frustrations. Children must be guided by teachers to learn and resolve conflicts; teachers must model the appropriate skills that children can follow to solve their own problems. Teachers must patiently remind children of rules and their rationale as needed and teacher’s expectations must match and respect children’s developing capabilities.
Teachers will provide for children many opportunities to develop social skills such as cooperating, helping, negotiating, and talking with the person involved solving interpersonal problems. Teachers will facilitate these positive social experiences throughout their daily schedule as well as in their teaching strategies, curriculum goals as well as preparing the environment for children to learn these skills through exploration and interaction with adults, other children and materials. Teachers will be alert to possible conflicts and either intervene appropriately or allow the children to resolve the conflict independently.