Hennepin Hears A Who is a New York State licensed Child Care Center in Buffalo. We provide care for children who are 18 months old to 4 years of age. Our early childhood education program builds a foundation of emotional, developmental, and social learning that helps children achieve their full potential.
STARTING FALL 2018 - WHO DAY FOR SCHOOL AGERS
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Don't miss out on our exciting new before and after school care program for school age children (Ages 5-12)
BRIGHTWHEEL ALL IN ONE CLASSROOM APP
Hennepin Hears A Who offers access to Brightwheel, an All-in-One Classroom App for your phone. You have full access to your child's teacher through messaging and a daily live newsfeed of everything your child does during their school day!
You never have to worry if your child is safe or wonder if they are actively engaged at school. Just login into Brightwheel and see for yourself!
Hennepin Hears A Who in Buffalo is conveniently located at 24 Ludington Street, Buffalo, New York, we provide quality education to families living and working in Buffalo, West Seneca, Cheektowaga and other surrounding communities.
DEDICATED TO THE GROWTH OF CHILDREN
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Open Monday - Friday 6:00am - 6:00pm
-Convenient Hours and Location
-Located on Bailey 19 Bus Route
-Meals and Snacks Included
-Interactive Learning through Music and Movement
-Creative Activities and Educational Games
-Registered and Certified Teachers and Staff
-First Aid and CPR Licensed
Toddlers are developmentally and emotionally ready to begin to participate in semi-structured activities. Children of toddler age are rapidly developing their social and language/pre-literacy skills. Our toddler room schedules are designed to allow toddlers to develop early language/literacy, cognitive, social and fine/gross motor skills.
Our 3 and 4 year old classrooms are equipped to begin building our children’s pre-kindergarten skills. Our classrooms are equipped with language/reading, art, dramatic play, STEM, sensory, blocks, and meditation centers. These various centers allow children to work independently, partnered, or in groups. The hands-on experiences support choice, creativity, and critical thinking.
Our Who Day for School Age Children Program provides before and after school care for children 5-12 years of age. We foster an environment that supports both academic work and creative outlets. Our Who Day participants are encouraged to participate in weekly themed group led activities by our certified teachers. Our classrooms are equipped with centers for your child which include STEM, sensory, dramatic play, art, computer technology, games, and a library.