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Child Care | Arizona Department of Economic Security
The Department of Economic Security’s Division of Child Care (DCC) provides child care assistance to eligible families who participate in employment activities and specific education and training courses. Child care services are delivered by a network of child care providers, which includes centers, child care homes, and individual family members who contract or have an agreement with DES to provide child care for eligible children and families.
Apply for Child Care Assistance
DCC offers child care assistance for low-income families, teen parents, and other individuals needing support.
Looking for Quality Child Care
Find assistance with the important steps in starting a child care search through Arizona Child Care Resource & Referral website or by phone at 1-800-308-9000.
Become a Child Care Provider
DCC can support new and prospective child care providers get started! Whether it’s at a facility, or a family environment.
Professional Development for DES Child Care Providers
DCC collaborates with state agencies, community partners, and institutes of higher education to plan and administer professional development for child care programs, educators, and staff.
Child Care Grants and Scholarships
Arizona’s child care network received large relief funding to support families and help child care providers strengthen and stabilize.
For general inquiries, or to reach the Child Care Family Support and Eligibility Administration, or the Provider Network and Support Administration, visit this page.
Apply for child care assistance
The DES Division of Child Care (DCC) offers child care assistance for:
- Low-income working families
- Teen parents enrolled in high school, GED, ESOL, or remedial education programs
- Residents of homeless or domestic violence shelters
- Individuals who are unable to care for their children due to a physical, mental or emotional condition
- Individuals who are unavailable to care for their children due to participation in court-ordered community service or participation in a drug treatment program
- Individuals who are currently receiving full-time DES child care assistance who enroll in a full-time education or employment training program, and submit a work requirement waiver to DES.
Child care assistance is also available for grandparents and guardians:
- When the parent of the child is not living in the same home
- When the grandparent or guardian is engaged in an eligible activity
Note: Only income received on behalf of the child is considered.
Child care assistance is available without regard to income for the following:
- DES Cash Assistance recipients
- Grant Diversion program for job search
- TANF recipients who are employed
- Grant Diversion program for job search
- TANF recipients who are employed
- Referrals from a DES Jobs Program
- Referrals from the Arizona Department of Child Safety or Tribal Child Welfare program
Documents Center for Families – search for reports, forms, policies and pamphlets and posters with information about child care programs and services.
The DES Division of Child Care is seeking applications from Child Care Management Software (CCMS) companies to assist in developing software that helps child care providers automate their daily operations. Interested CCMS companies should fill out the application and have it submitted by August 1, 2023. Questions can be directed to [email protected].
The Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) oversees the certification of family child care providers to care for up to four children in their home. View more information on becoming a certified family child care provider.
Child Care Centers and Group Homes that are licensed or certified by the Arizona Department of Health Services (DHS), Bureau of Child Care Licensing can become a DES contracted provider to be eligible for reimbursement for caring for children receiving DES Child Care Assistance. Visit the DES Child Care Contracted Provider Resources page for information and to assist child care providers who contract with DES.
For more information or to start your journey of becoming a DHS licensed or certified child care provider, please contact the DHS Office of Child Care Licensing.
Child Care Assistance | Early Childhood Education & Care Department
Q: What is child care assistance?
A: Child Care Assistance helps income-eligible families pay a portion of child care costs while they work, attend school or training programs, job search or other eligible qualifying activities.
Q: Who can apply for Child Care Assistance?
A: Any parent or legal guardian who is working, going to school, actively looking for a job, or participating in a job training program who needs help with child care expenses. The applicant applying for child care assistance must also be a resident of the state of New Mexico.
Q: How do I apply for child care assistance?
A: There are 3 ways to apply for our Child Care Assistance Program:
1. Visit one of our statewide local Child Care offices. Please see list of offices at Child Care Services Bureau (CCSB) Materials Library.
2. Apply online at https://eligibility.ececd.state.nm.us). This website will allow you to complete an online application and enable you to upload required documents. Applying through this website will also allow you to track the status of your application.
3. Another option is to apply through email by submitting the application and all required documents to ChildCareAssistance@state. nm.us. The application and list of required documents can be found in the Child Care Services Bureau (CCSB) Materials Library or you can contact us at our local offices to email/mail the documents to you.
Q: What documents do I need to provide with my application?
A: See list of required documents at Child Care Services Bureau (CCSB) Materials Library.
Q: Who can be counted in my household?
A: Biological parents, step-parents, and legal guardians of the children for whom child care assistance is sought and any legal dependents of the applicant who is living in the home of the applicant, including children, will be included in the household. Grandparents residing in the home can also be counted in the household.
Q: What income is counted for determining eligibility?
A: Countable income includes gross wages from employment, self-employment income, retirement/pensions, workman’s compensation, alimony, royalties, income from rental property, and some Social Security benefits. Examples of income that is exempt include TANF, food stamps (SNAP), employer reimbursements (mileage, uniforms, etc.), SSI and some Social Security benefits, VA disability, student loans or other payments for educational purposes, and child support. You can find more information and countable and non-countable income by viewing the child care assistance policies at www.srca.nm.gov/nmac-home/nmac-titles/title-8-social-services.
Q: What are the income limits for my family size?
A: See current income guidelines at Child Care Services Bureau (CCSB) Materials Library.
Q: How long does it take to get approved for child care?
A: Once all required documentation is received by our office, ECECD will process your application within 10 working days. This process may be delayed if you do not provide all the required documents with your application. If you do not submit all required documents, ECECD will send you a Notice of Action, telling you what documents are missing. You will have 14 (fourteen) days to turn in these remaining documents. Your application will become denied if all required documentation is not received within that timeframe.
Q: Will the Child Care assistance program cover the full cost of child care?
A: The Child Care Assistance Program assists families with a portion of the child care costs. Families may be required share child care costs, which is called a copayment. The copayment is determined based on the family size and the household income. However, currently copayments are waived until June 30, 2023.
Q: How is copayment determined?
A: The ECECD Child Care Assistance Copayment schedule is developed from a calculation which considers family monthly income and family size. Copayments are determined for each child and based on the number of hours care is needed. You can view the Copayment Chart at Child Care Services Bureau (CCSB) Materials Library.
Q: Can I still apply for child care assistance if I am not working, going to school, job searching or participating in a job training program?
A: The department may exempt a parent or guardian from the work/education requirement. The exemption would be granted based on a submission of a demonstration of incapacitation through documentation such as letter from a medical professional, documents from a federal government agency that issues or provides disability benefits, etc.
Q: Are my expenses (rent, utility bills, or other expenses) taken into consideration when determining my eligibility and/or my copayment?
A: Eligibility and copayments are determined by gross monthly income and family size. Household expenses or income deductions are not considered.
Q: How do I pay the copayment?
A: You will pay your copayment directly to your child care provider each month. Please discuss your provider’s policies with them and review their parent/family handbook for more information.
Q: Are there any other fees I need to pay?
A: You may be responsible for gross receipts tax and incidental costs (such as a field trip or special lunch). Gross receipts tax is determined based on your city/county tax amounts. Providers cannot charge registration fees, educational/activity or supply fees, transportation fees or any other fees. Providers are paid by the department for these fees and should not be charging families.
Q: How do I find a child care provider?
A: Visit ECECD’s New Mexico Child Care Finder to filter results that meet your family’s needs. The Child Care Finder, allows parents and caregivers to search for one of the 1000+ child care programs statewide, filtering by proximity, age of child, quality rating, tuition, language, program type, and more. Need a customized referral with a Family Specialist? Please call NewMexicoKids Resource and Referral at 1 (800) 691-9067. The call will be personalized to your specific needs. It takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, and referrals will be given to you via e-mail or over the phone. Calls are returned Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p. m.
Q: What else should I know about the program?
A: For more information on Child Care Assistance, please call Early Childhood Services at 1-800-832-1321, contact your regional Child Care Assistance office, or email us at [email protected].
Q: I need to make changes to my child care assistance contract, what do I need to do? (Examples: Change of provider, hours on contract, adding/removing a child or household member, change in activity, change needed for winter/summer break or school time, etc.)
A: You may report a change to your case worker by phone, email or visiting the local office. Please ensure your email or voice message includes your full name, child’s name and date of birth or other identifying information to confirm your child care case. Please also include details of the changes you are needing to make such as start/end date, reason for the change, and your contact information. Please allow up to 48 hours for your worker to respond to you. Once all required documentation is provided, please allow up to 10 business days to process the change.
Q: I need to change providers. How soon can I take my child to the new provider?
A: You can change providers after you have given your current provider a two (2) week notice. Please report to your worker the date you gave notice, the last date of attendance, name of new provider and start date at new provider. Please also ensure any copayments owed are paid in full. Please remember, if you do not give a two (2) week notice and change providers, you may be responsible for payment to your new provider until the two (2) week notice ends to your previous provider.
Q: I need a new daycare for the weekend but still need care during the week.
A: You may report a change to your case worker by phone, email or visiting the local office. Please also submit your change in work/school schedule. Please be specific with the hours you need during the week and the hours you need on the weekend. Your case worker will review your request and will process by sending out a contract or a notice of action. Please note, that the child care assistance program cannot provide care for more than a full-time contract for each child in care. Therefore, if you need contracts for two (2) different providers, you will have two (2) part-time contracts.
Q: I need help finding a new child care provider. What do I do?
A: Visit ECECD’s New Mexico Child Care Finder to filter results that meet your family’s needs. The Child Care Finder, allows parents and caregivers to search for one of the 1000+ child care programs statewide, filtering by proximity, age of child, quality rating, tuition, language, program type, and more. Need a customized referral with a Family Specialist? Please call NewMexicoKids Resource and Referral at 1 (800) 691-9067. The call will be personalized to your specific needs. It takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, and referrals will be given to you via e-mail or over the phone. Calls are returned Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Q: I had a baby and need to add him/her to my child care contract. What do I need to do?
A: Please contact your case worker and submit verification of birth for the new child. You may submit your request by email, phone or visiting the local office.
Q: I know I may have to pay a copayment. Are there any other fees I need to pay to the provider?
A: You may be responsible for gross receipts tax and incidental costs (such as a field trip or special lunch). Gross receipts tax is determined based on your city/county tax amounts. Providers cannot charge registration fees, educational/activity or supply fees, transportation fees or any other fees. Providers are paid by the department for these fees and should not be charging families. However, currently copayments are waived until June 30, 2023.
Q: I do not need help with child care at this time. Can I stop or close my contract?
A: Yes, you can suspend your contract anytime during your eligibility period. Please be sure to give your current provider a 2-week notice. Please know your contract may be ended but your case will remain open and you will remain eligible for the remainder of the 12 month eligibility period. If you wish to start your contract again, please submit your request to your case worker. This can be done by email, phone or visiting the local office. Please include the name of your provider and start date in your request.
Q: I had a change in my work/school activity (such as I lost my job, started medical/parental leave, stopped school, etc.). Can I still use child care?
A: Yes, you may continue using child care when you experience a temporary change to your activity, such as loss of a job, medical/parental leave, school breaks/holidays, seasonal employment ending, decrease in hours, etc. It may benefit a client to notify their caseworker of a temporary change as it may decrease their copayment. Clients can continue to use child care during the time they are experiencing a temporary change. Loss of a work or school activity is limited to 3 months of continued use of child care.
Q: My child care contract is due to end soon. What do I need to do to renew my child care contract?
A: Please contact your caseworker by phone, email, or visiting the local office. You will need to submit the following documentation and inform your caseworker of any changes to your contact information, household size and work/school activity.
- Completed and Signed Application
- Current proof of income from employment and self-employment
- Current proof of educational activity/school schedule for adult household members
- Any other updated documentation needed
If you are renewing your child care case, you are eligible up to 400% FPL to continue qualifying for child care assistance. It is very important for you to renew your contract no later than 30 days of your eligibility expiration in order to qualify at this income limit.
ECECD now has a Provider Dashboard where you can have easy access to many Child Care Services. You can approve pending child care assistance contracts quickly, saving time and improving efficiency of child care payments. You can view all children for whom you received payment, view payment dates, have access to your remittance statements and keep employee records up to date. To gain access, please go to EPICS Child Care Provider Dashboard Information and Support for additional instructions.
Q: Who should I contact if I did not receive a payment for a child?
A: Please contact the caseworker directly by phone or email. You may also contact the local child care office. If you are not already enrolled, it would benefit you to sign up on the Provider Dashboard. Please see information at EPICS Child Care Provider Dashboard Information and Support. This will allow you to verify active contracts, approve pending contracts, review history of payment remittances and other helpful information.
Q: I have a client that applied for child care but I have not received a contract. When will I receive it?
A: If you have not received a contract, we may be missing some required documentation in order to determine eligibility for child care assistance. You can ask the client if they received a Notice of Action and remind them to return the required documentation, or a contract may not be issued. You may also contact the caseworker or the local child care office to inquire on the status of an application.
Please also check your Provider Dashboard. To gain access, please go to EPICS Child Care Provider Dashboard Information and Support for additional instructions.
Q: What fees can I charge a client who receives child care assistance?
A: Providers may charge copayments, gross receipts tax and incidental costs (such as a field trip or special lunch). Providers cannot charge registration fees, educational/activity or supply fees, transportation fees or any other fees. Providers are paid by the department for these fees in their monthly reimbursement rates and should not be charging families.
PLEASE NOTE: On May 1, 2022, the Early Childhood Education and Care Department (ECECD) expanded and extended its commitment to pay all eligible families’ copayments until June 30, 2023. As a practical matter, ECECD will pay all copayments for families receiving subsidized child care assistance in New Mexico until at least June 30, 2023.
Q: Currently the department is waiving copayments for some families. How can I know if a child’s copayment has been waived?
A: Effective May 1, 2022, the department is waiving copayments for all families until June 30, 2023. All families will not be required to pay a copayment through June 30, 2023. Child care providers will receive payment for the copayments directly from ECECD via the existing child care reimbursement process. Please note May 1, 2022, the department expanded eligibility to more NM families up to 400% FPL. Families in these higher income limits are categorized as Priority 4+.The contract will indicate the client’s determined priority.
If copayment is waived, it will be noted on the client’s contract. The department is waiving copayments for most families until June 30, 2022. Families in all priorities, except Priority P4+, will not be required to pay a copayment through June 30, 2022. The copayment will be included in the regular payment issued by the department for each child that falls in this category. Please note August 1, 2021, the department expanded eligibility to more NM families up to 400% FPL. Families in these higher income limits are categorized as Priority 4+ and will have a copayment. The contract will indicate the client’s determined priority.
Q: A child has stopped attending my child care facility/home? What do I need to do?
A: Providers must report to the Department within 14 calendar days of a child no longer attending your child care facility/home. Providers can email, fax or mail the notice of non-attendance to the caseworker or local child care office. Failure to report non-attendance timely may result in sanctions including recoupment.
Q: I have been trying to contact a caseworker and have been unsuccessful. Who else can I contact to discuss questions or concerns?
A: You may contact a Supervisor or Regional Manager at your regional Child Care Assistance office, or call Early Childhood Services at 1-800-832-1321 or email us at [email protected].
Question: How long will the copayments be waived?
Answer: The Early Childhood Education and Care Department (ECECD) is paying the child care assistance copayments to child care providers through June 30, 2023. During this time period, child care providers may not charge copayments to families, parents and guardians that receive child care assistance, as providers will receive these copayments directly from ECECD.
Question: Is the state waiving gross receipts taxes that clients pay to the child care facility?
Answer: The cost estimation model referenced in 18.104.22.168(B) NMAC, and that ECECD used to increase child care assistance rates in July 2021, includes gross receipts taxes in all the child care assistance rates that ECECD pays providers. While the state is not “waiving” gross receipts taxes, ECECD strongly encourages child care providers to pay the gross receipts taxes themselves through the child care assistance rates paid by ECECD.
Question: Do clients need to take any action on their current Child Care Placement Agreement?
Answer: No, clients do not need to take any action on their Child Care Placement Agreement. Providers will receive the entire approved child care subsidy rate, including the client’s copayment, directly from ECECD via the existing child care reimbursement process.
Question: Do clients with an active Child Care Placement Agreement need to reapply in order for this copayment waiver to take effect?
Answer: No. Clients with active Child Care Placement Agreements remain eligible for services through the end of their eligibility period as outlined on their current Child Care Placement Agreement. Clients active Child Care Placement Agreements do not need to take any action until they receive written notice from ECECD. Providers will receive child care subsidy payments, including any calculated copayments, directly from ECECD via the existing child care reimbursement process.
Question: Does a new Child Care Placement Agreement need to contain new language about the copayment waiver language?
Answer: No, a new Child Care Placement Agreement does not need to be contain the new copayment waiver language. The expanded copayment waiver went into effect on May 1, 2022. Providers will receive child care subsidy payments, including any calculated copayments, directly from ECECD via the existing child care reimbursement process.
Question: Is the copayment waived for all families?
Answer: Under the current copayment waiver, ECECD will pay copayments for all families enrolled in the Child Care Assistance Program until June 30, 2023.
Question: How does a family qualify for child care assistance?
Answer: Applicants must meet all eligibility requirements of the Child Care Assistance program, including income and qualifying activity requirements, unless otherwise exempt. ECECD expanded the income guidelines for the child care assistance program on May 1, 2022, and families, parents and guardians earning up to 400% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) now qualify. As a practical matter, a family of four earning $111,000 a year or less now meets the Child Care Assistance Program’s income requirement. Parents/guardians must be working, going to school, searching for employment, in a job training program or other qualifying activity to be eligible.
Question: Will the child care provider receive more money on top of the current rates?
Answer: No, the child care subsidy rates effective as of July 1, 2021, remain in place. The only change is that providers will receive the entire rate, including ay calculated copayment, directly from ECECD via the existing child care reimbursement process.
Question: Will ECECD be implementing provider incentive payments again since this incentive was re-instated?
Answer: No. At this time, ECECD does not plan to re-implement provider incentive payments. Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, however, recently announced that ECECD will dedicate $10 million of its federal relief dollars to child care supply building grants to increase the availability of child care in communities where it is most needed. This Child Care Supply Building grant will be a competitive rolling grant that ECECD will announce no later than May 17, 2022. The grant will be open to licensed and registered providers in the state of New Mexico, including eligible head start and tribal early child care providers, and to employers that intend to create or expand child care for their employees.
Question: If a child care provider charges more than the department rate, will the provider be paid their rate or the difference between the department rate and their own?
Answer: Child care providers that accept ECECD’s child care assistance payments are not allowed to charge additional rates and doing so may subject them to sanctions. See 22.214.171.124(E) NMAC (“Child care providers accept the rate the department pays for child care and are not allowed to charge families receiving child care assistance above the department rate for the hours listed on the child care placement agreement. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in sanctions.”)
MBDOU Kindergarten No. 103 Vladivostok
State social assistance based on a social contract
“Childhood is the most important period of human life, not a preparation for a future life, but a real, bright, original, unique life. And how childhood passed, who led the child by the hand in childhood, what entered his mind and heart from the world around him – it depends to a decisive extent on what kind of person today’s baby will become.
25 July 2023
The sea shift is coming to an end! According to the established tradition, we close the shift with fun games and entertainment. The “Princess of Water” came to visit the older guys. It was a sports entertainment in which the children took part in fun relay races.
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19 July 2023
Summer is a great time to relax, and water is a wonderful means of healing the body. But bathing is beneficial only if important rules that ensure safety are observed. During Water Safety Week, children learned the rules of behavior on open water.
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08 July 2023
Day of family, love and fidelity!
On July 8, Russians celebrate the Day of Family, Love and Fidelity. This date is intended to remind that the family for a person should be the basis of his life in society, and family ties should give warmth and a sense of security. On this day, the guys talked a lot about family traditions, told how they love their relatives. They reflected their ideas about the family in their creative works.
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July 03, 2023
Vladivostok – 163!
July 2 we celebrated the city’s birthday. Vladivostok is 163 years old! In the groups of our kindergarten, the guys looked at photographs of their beloved city, how it used to be and how it has become now. Later, the guys reflected their impressions in creative works.
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28 June 2023
On the last week of the outgoing month, the final events took place in the cartoon squads. The “Cheburashka” and “Crocodile Gena” squads participated in an exciting multi-control quiz, where they had to remember the names of cartoon characters, collect puzzles, draw and much more, and the reward was watching their favorite cartoon!
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Immersion in the language environment through communication
with native speakers and bilinguals. Learning a language naturally, like a native.
Two adults per group, health checks every morning, garden access via intercom, certified furniture and toys for children.
Professionals with education and experience
works that have passed a rigorous selection and training
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5 meals a day
A healthy and tasty menu that can be adjusted to suit your child’s diet.
Available to all parents at any time in the app.
Regular ventilation and air recirculation. Active games and physical education.
with sandboxes and gazebos, space for games.
Psychological support for parents
Our psychologists are ready to provide parents with comprehensive support for all the difficulties that may arise when attending kindergarten.
1.5 – 10 years
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Every week there is a new theme for the kids!
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Children learn counting, writing and reading. The world around, shapes and colors. Together with educators they are engaged in creativity and experimentation.
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Children are taught by expat or bilingual teachers. Learn counting and reading, play and play sports in English.
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We invite you to the opening of Sun School Planet!
July 1 at 10:00 we are waiting for you to visit the new garden Sun School Planet in Ufa!
Massive garden renovation completed! Now you can come and have fun, look at the new garden and get to know all the staff personally, if you haven’t been on the tour yet!
Together with our teachers we have prepared an animation program and workshops for children. You will be able to see their work in action, and the guys will have time to get to know them and understand that kindergarten is so interesting.
We will give parents a tour, tell them about everything and answer all their questions.
At the conclusion of the contract at the open day, the action will be valid: -100% discount on the entrance fee .
Sign up for a tour and an open day by calling 8(800)775-60-47
Seminars with a psychologist at Vernadsky’s Sun School
This June, Vernadsky’s Sun School prepared two cool events at once!
Transfer these dates to your calendar:
• On June 25, a seminar with a garden psychologist for the whole family from 11:00 to 13:00.
• On June 26, a seminar with a garden psychologist for women only from 18:00 to 20:00.
For June 25, I prepared a program that will contain a lot about how to help a child better understand their emotions, organize time and defend personal boundaries.
On Monday, June 26, we invite all women to the “Motherhood” seminar.
We know how much unsolicited advice mothers receive – from the recommendations of grandmothers to the words of complete strangers on playgrounds. The seminar will be a safe space to share your experiences, receive support and guidance from a psychologist on how to deal with other people’s expectations.
Children can come to both meetings. Especially for the children, we have compiled an exciting program:
• a master class on making a berry cocktail;
• game for the development of communication skills;
• watching the cartoon and discussing the characters.
The cost of each meeting is 2000 ₽
Let’s form a supportive community of parents and kids together. Registration for meetings by phone number 8 (800) 775-60-47.
Sun School “Voykovskaya” (Moscow) invites you to the performance!
On May 20, at 11:00, a bright event for children from 2 to 8 years old and their parents will take place in the Sun School Voykovskaya kindergarten.
This is a touching interactive puppet show “Cherished Dream” – a story about a donkey who really wants to become a butterfly, but without the help of small spectators he will not be able to do it!
In the meantime, the children will help the donkey, parents will be able to find out what Sun Camp is. In a nutshell, this is an urban summer camp where children spend a full day, and there are themed games and quests. Everyone will find an exciting activity: for kids from 1.5 to 3 years old – these are games, active speech development and songs in Russian and English. For children under 7 years old – sports games, quizzes, master classes. Children under 10 years old will create their own projects and conduct real experiments. And this camp will open in the summer right at Sun School Voykovskaya!
To learn more about Sun Camp, about the exciting adventures that await children and about the conditions for visiting the camp, educators and the kindergarten manager – Daria Smirnova, who will personally hold a presentation of the camp for parents, will help you.
— After the performance, a sweet table awaits the children!
– And parents, when concluding an agreement on this day – a discount on visiting one month of the camp -25%!
Ticket price: 1500₽
Purchase via the link and join the fun!
We are waiting for you at:
Moscow, 6th Novopodmoskovny lane, 4, metro station Voikovskaya
Celebration at the Sun School Residential Complex “Residences of Architects” (Moscow)!
On February 18, an open day will be held at Sun School Kindergarten in the Residences of Architects.
Animators and kindergarten teachers will play with the children, who have prepared entertainment in the style of the Bremen Town Musicians.
The make-up artist will also transform those who wish at the holiday.
While the children are having fun, you can look around the garden in an informal setting, talk to the manager, see how the teachers communicate with the children.
And by tradition – the most impressive discounts for the garden only when registering on the day of the holiday: 100% for the entrance fee and 25% for the adaptation month.
We are waiting for you on February 18 at 11:00
Address: Moscow, st. Bolshaya Pochtovaya, 30 building 1, metro station Elektrozavodskaya
Phone to make an appointment 8 (800) 775-60-47
We invite you to an open day at Melnikov’s Sun School (Moscow)!
On February 18, come to Melnikov’s Sun School Kindergarten for an open day – a holiday when children have fun with artists and animators, you will take great photos together, look at the garden and get to know the staff.
When enrolling in the garden on this day, there is an additional 50% discount on the entry fee.
We are waiting for you on February 18 at 10:00.
Address: Moscow, Melnikova street, building 3, building 3, Volgogradsky prospect
Ticket for a holiday at Sun School Khoroshevskaya!
We invite you to a holiday at Sun School Khoroshevskaya on February 18!
You will find several hours of joint fun with your children.
Opportunity to communicate with the garden manager and employees in an informal setting.
Calmly and thoughtfully look at the garden itself, without distracting anyone from their work.
See how educators work and communicate with children during master classes where children will prepare cookies for moms and dads!
Have fun in the competition and win prizes!
For those who sign an agreement before February 20 inclusive and enter the garden no later than March 1, there is an additional 100% discount on the entry fee.
Beginning at 10:00 am, February 18th.
Sign up by phone 8 (800) 775-60-47
We invite you to an open day at the Sun School residential complex Oktyabrskoye Pole (Moscow)!
On January 28, come with your children to our Sun School Kindergarten in Oktyabrskoye Pole to spend time together, get to know the team and receive gift certificates!
This is a holiday for children of all ages: toddlers 1. 5 together with teachers will create crafts from salt dough, children 3-5 years old will visit an English-language master class on baking gingerbread, and preschoolers together with teachers will conduct chemical experiments.
You will see how our employees communicate and work, get to know them, see the kindergarten and talk to the manager.
All guests will enjoy a party with animators, a paper disco and certificates for paying for garden services.
We are waiting for you on January 28 at 11:30
Record by phone 8 (800) 775-60-47
Address: Moscow, st. Berzarina, 30A, metro station Oktyabrskoe Pole
Open Day at Sun School VDNKh (Moscow)!
January 14 Sun School VDNH (Moscow) invites you to visit!
We will get to know each other, watch the performance, eat branded treats from the owners of the garden and fall in love with this branch of childhood, where you can go every day if you enroll your child in kindergarten)).
On the day of the holiday in the garden there is a discount when signing the contract – 100% for the entrance fee !
We are waiting for you on January 14 at 11:30!
Address: Moscow, m. VDNH, Rizhsky pr-d, 9.
Phone to make an appointment: 8 (800) 775-60-47
New Year’s miracles for children and adults at the Sun School Golden Star (Moscow)!
December 17 we invite you to our kindergarten Sun School Golden Star (Moscow) to the puppet show “Morozko” and a master class on creating a New Year’s toy.
For your children, this is a pleasant impression of the kindergarten, an interesting weekend and a nice gift made by yourself.
For you – the opportunity to see the garden itself, chat with employees, ask about visiting and classes. Find out about our approach to the adaptation of children and get a big discount!
Now in the garden there are 100% discount on entry fee . And when registering on December 17, you will receive an additional – 50% for a visit in January !
We are waiting for you on December 17 at 10:00
Address: Moscow, Budyonny Ave., 51, bldg. 6, m. Shosse Entuziastov
Sign up by phone 8 (800) 775-60-47
New Year’s master class at the Sun School residential complex “Kaskad” (Moscow)!
December 15 at 17:00 we are waiting for you with the children at the master class on making Christmas tree decorations in the Sun School kindergarten in Cascade Residential Complex
A bit of creativity, hot cocoa and delicious biscuits from our garden, meeting with teachers and a trip to childhood. More precisely, in our kindergarten. We will answer all questions and tell you everything about the classes.
Only 15.12 there will be a 100% discount on the entry fee. When booking on other days – 50% until December 30.
We are waiting for you on December 15 at 17:00
Address: Moscow, nab. Academician Tupoleva, 15, metro station Baumanskaya
We invite you to an interactive Christmas tree at Sun School Voikovskaya (Moscow)!
On December 17, the Voykovskaya Sun School kindergarten will host a New Year’s Eve party with magic tricks, a chemical show, a musical and light show. Together with fairy-tale elves, the guys will go to look for the symbol of the year and become not just spectators, but also participants in the performance.
Parents will be able to participate in a win-win lottery and receive gifts (yes, we have prepared surprises not only for children).
Start at 11:00
Tickets and registration at link
Address: Moscow, 6th Novopodmoskovny lane, 4, metro station Voykovskaya
New Year’s mood is created in Sun School Monastyrskaya (Perm)!
Our recipe is:
On December 3, we are waiting for you and the children by 10:30 at Sun School Monastyrskaya at the address: Perm, st. Monastyrskaya, 70. We will start with a quest for the guys, in which they will go in search of treasure!
Let’s continue with gifts and treats. And we will take the parents around the garden, immerse them in childhood, introduce them to the staff and tell everything about the possibilities of the child here.
Surprise from us – 100% discount on the entrance fee for registration in the garden on the day of the holiday.
To sign up for the event, call 8 (800) 775-60-47.
Seminars with child psychologists
Dear parents, we invite you to seminars with our psychologists Pavel Taruntaev and Anastasia Konkova!
November 19 and 20 — seminar “Important about children”.
On it, you will learn what a moral corridor is, how to identify and solve the needs of a child with him. What to do during the crisis of 3, 5 and 7 years, how to mark the boundaries. Anastasia will give you useful techniques that will help you in difficult situations or moments of anxiety.
November 19 at 11:00, Sun School Nagatinskaya Embankment (Moscow). On the day of the seminar in the garden, there is a 50% discount on the entry fee upon signing the contract.
November 20 at 10:00, Admiral Lazarev’s Sun School (Moscow). All November in the garden 60% discount on the entrance fee.
November 19 seminar “Children and Gadgets” from Pavel Taruntaev.
Pavel will tell you why isolation from them is useless, how to turn a phone or tablet into a useful ally in the development of a child. He will also talk about good cartoons and films for children and how joint viewing can become a developing and bringing together moment.
Beginning at 10:00, Sun School Kuntsevo (Moscow). Come with your children, kindergarten teachers have prepared a master class for them!
If you sign the contract on the day of the seminar, you will receive a 100% discount on the entry fee.
The cost of seminars is 1000 rubles.
Opening of the Sun School garden LCD Oktyabrskoe Pole (Moscow)!
On October 15 at 10:30 we are waiting for you and your children to visit us at the Sun School Residential Complex “October Field” (Moscow)!
Let’s introduce the staff of the garden and show each group, each corner and each toy.
In the holiday program:
– game with animators;
— master classes for children of all ages;
— photo zone with instant photos;
– tour of the garden;
– a general meeting, where they will tell you about the concept, the daily routine, and answer any question;
– Getting to know the garden team.
Until the opening of the garden, there is a 100% discount on the entry fee and 50% on the 1st month of visiting!
We are waiting for you at the celebration on October 15 at Moscow, st. Berzarina, 30A, Oktyabrskoye Pole metro station
We invite you to the opening of the Lobachevsky Sun School garden (Moscow)!
On September 3, a new kindergarten Lobachevsky’s Sun School opens in Moscow! The garden is new, but the principles and standards are still high.
– video surveillance available to you;
– five meals a day with menu correction for children with allergies;
– Daily medical check-ups
– classes in the format of games, quests, creative tasks;
– two adults in each group.
On the open day the program includes: animators, bubble show, excursions for parents. You can see the garden, chat with the manager and discuss all the conditions with her.
Until September 3, the garden has a 100% discount on the entrance fee and 50% on the first month of visiting.
Start at 10:30.
Address: Moscow, st. Lobachevsky, 92, building 4
Sign up by phone 8 (800) 775-60-47
Sign up by phone: 8 (800) 775-60-47
Open Day at Sun School Petrogradskaya (St. Petersburg)!
We invite you to an open day at Sun School Petrogradskaya!
At the holiday you will find a fun animation program, master classes for children from educators, delicious treats.
Parents will be able to get to know all the staff and see the garden.
Promotion on the day of the holiday – 50% on the entrance fee.
Address: St. Petersburg, Divenskaya street, 11
Date and time: September 10, 11:00
Sign up by phone: 8 (800) 775-60-47
Open Day at Sun School Solntsevo (Moscow)!
We invite you to the Open Day at Sun School Solntsevo!
– Fun animation and play program for children
– A tour of the garden, meeting the manager and caregivers
– Workshops for children and parents
– Tasty and light buffet
Bonus! Hurry up to conclude a contract at the old price and get a 100% discount on the entry fee when signing the contract on the day of the event!
Address: Moscow, Proizvodstvennaya street, 12, building 2
Date and time: August 20, 10:00
Sign up by phone: 8 (800) 775-60-47
Open Day at Sun School Scarlet Sails PREMIUM (Moscow)!
English Kindergarten Sun School PREMIUM “Scarlet Sails” holds an “Open Day” on August 27!
At the Open Day, the participants of the event will be able to communicate, ask questions of interest to the director, administration, educators and expats of the kindergarten.
Wonderful meetings, educational and entertainment programs await our guests:
Creative workshops are open from 11.00 to 11.40. Interesting and helpful!
For the youngest guests (ages 1 – 3)
From 11.00 – 11.40 – Sensory musical fairy tale. A fairy tale that you can not only watch and listen to, but also touch!
For children from 3 to 5 years old.
From 11.00 – 11.40 – Lego adventure! Children will get acquainted with different types of Lego constructor, make wonderful Lego compositions!
Senior preschoolers (ages 5-7)
From 11.00 – 11.40 you are invited to the creative workshop “Very skillful hands”. Everyone will create a wonderful work with their own hands!
If your child is passionate about cooking, then from 11.00 – 11.40 we are waiting for young cooks in an English culinary master class with our expats!
From 11.40 am to 12.00 pm our young guests will be able to play in our group rooms and take a guided tour of the garden.