Afterschool Care That Builds Independent Thinkers Who Thrive

A Safe, Nurturing, And Exciting Environment That Creates The Perfect Balance Between Fun and Learning

Afterschool Care That Builds Independent Thinkers Who Thrive

A Safe, Nurturing, And Exciting Environment That Creates The Perfect Balance Between Fun and Learning

Before & After: 5-10 Years | Serving Gambrills, Crofton, Bowie, Piney Orchard, Odenton, Fort Meade, Annapolis and all its surrounding areas.

Flexible Scheduling Options That Are Perfect For You

Schedules have the choice of being set before school, after school, or on days when school is out, allowing kids to spend the whole day at Impressionable Years and to make the most out of the time they have to learn and play.

A Curriculum That Promotes Learning In Every Way

Your child stays prepared for their next academic level with Creative Curriculum®, a curriculum covering cognitive skills, creative expression, language, literacy, communication, and more daily.

An Environment That Develops Social-Emotional Skills

A place where your child gets to play, learn, and discover with the guidance you’d expect is the perfect way to help them build healthy relationships, make new friends, and learn to connect with others respectfully.

We Keep Your Child’s Spaces Super Safe & Clean With:

Homework Assistance That Strengthens Their Learning

Never have to worry about if your child is getting the academic help they need with daily homework supervision available made to them, so they use their time wisely, continue to learn, and prepare for their next day of schooling.

Fun Athletic Programs Keep Them Moving

Keep your child physically active, high in energy, and moving with athletic programs that help them balance the work they do with their minds with their bodies while developing team-building skills.

Delicious, healthy snacks are provided within a peanut-free environment!

Fun Enrichment Activities Keep Them Building

Your child participates in fun, exciting activities like baking and cooking, building cars, birdhouses, sailboats, arts and crafts, music, creative journalism and songwriting, drama and play, and scrabble board games daily.

Leadership Activities That Promote Independence

Build up your child’s confidence with leadership activities that help develop their sense of self, teach them independence, and prepare them to advance to their next level and beyond.

As Leaders In Child Care, We Are Eco-Healthy Certified And
Are Honored To Receive The Maryland Excels Accreditation

frequently asked questions

Upon arrival to the program, we ask staff and families to report if staff/children have:
  • had any symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, new loss of taste or smell, OR fever of 100.4 degrees or higher, chills or shaking, muscle aches, sore throat, headache, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, and congestion or runny nose);
  • been diagnosed with COVID-19, tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting a result, or have been instructed to isolate or quarantine by a health care provider or health department;
  • had close contact (been within 6 feet for more than 15 minutes total in 24 hours) with anyone with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 within the last 14 days.
 
  • Adults are required to wear cloth face coverings during drop-off and pick-up when performing temperature checks, and if they enter the building;
  • It is required that children 5 and older wear a cloth face covering while in the child care program if they can do so safely and consistently;
  • It is recommended that 2-, 3-, and 4-year-olds wear a cloth face covering while in the child care program if they can do so safely and consistently;
  • Face coverings will not be placed on children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or anyone unable to remove the face covering without assistance.
 
  • Parents will be contacted for prompt pick-up;
  • Your child will be isolated from other children and as many staff as possible;
It depends on individual circumstances (i.e., symptoms, COVID-19 test results, previous exposure, alternate diagnoses). To inform our decision-making, we will use the following resources:
During this time, we are trying to limit the number of items brought into the facility because this can be a way to transmit the virus, so we ask that families refrain from bringing items from home as much as possible.
Those from the Maryland State Department of Education and Maryland Department of Health, per best practices from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Please refer to the office manager, Ms. Elyse Small, at (410)721-0544.

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