Part time day care raleigh nc: Top 10 Part Time Child Care Providers in Raleigh, NC
Top 10 Part Time Child Care Providers in Raleigh, NC
Most recent reviews for part time child care in Raleigh, NC
Miles is a treasure. If we could afford to hire him as a full-time nanny we would in a heartbeat. Our 10mo old boy loves him and lights up when he comes in the house. My husband does work from home consulting part-time so we’ve been lucky enough to have Miles give him a break to get some work doneduring daytime hours. Miles makes sure our son gets to play outside, gets his proper naps and meals while keeping up with him in active play the rest of the time. And when our son is napping, Miles has even helped out with dishes and such to make use of the time! He doesn’t just watch TV with our son, Miles keeps him moving and engaged, from exploring in the yard to taking him on walks in his radio flyer around the neighborhood to reading books and playing with non-electronic toys. If you can snag Miles, do it!…
– Mandy B.
Elena has been so fun and patient with my wild and crazy 3 year old son and 20 month old daughter. She has been so helpful and flexible!
– Lauren D.
Alison has been tutoring my 12-year old daughter in math. My daughter has shown tremendous progress since starting with Alison. After trying different tutors and math programs, I was very frustrated. This is the first time I have felt any real progress is being made. She is a whiz but knows howto pinpoint the areas that are deficient. I strongly recommend Alison as a tutor….
– Latarshia B.
Mindy is a wonderful and sweet woman who obviously has a passion for working with children. She took great care of my infant daughter for the work weeks. She was also a huge help around the house during nap time.
– Alex B.
We love having Hanaa watch our daughter! She’s very flexible and I trust her and love that she cooks amazing food and helps my daughter with eating more solid foods!
– Sarah E.
Part time child care in Raleigh, NC
$17-25/hr • 10 yrs exp
Seeking Full-time Or Part Time Nanny Job
Working with children is the greatest honor in the world. For the past 15 years, I have been working hard to maintain a successful career in childcare. I currently work full-time with infants at the JCC of Buffalo in their Early Childhood Center which I love very much. I’m looking to reduce my hoursat the JCC to part-time and work for a family part-time so that I can have a bit of both the nanny world and the daycare world. I love working in the classroom and I also love working directly with families as a nanny so if I could do both I would love that. I am very classroom oriented so I’m looking for families who want their children to have fun, educational activities and a nice rhythm throughout the day! Send me a message if you’re interested in learning more about me. I take childcare very seriously and always go above and beyond! I am most experienced with ages 6 months to 3 years old. Thank you!…
Miles can also help with: Carpooling, Travel, Light cleaning
Miles is a treasure. If we could afford to hire him as a full-time nanny we would in a heartbeat. Our 10mo old boy loves him and lights up when he comes in the house. My husband does work from home consultingpart-time so we’ve been lucky enough to have Miles give him a break to get some work done during daytime hours. Miles makes sure our son gets to play outside, gets his proper naps and meals while keeping up with him in active play the rest of the time. And when our son is napping, Miles has even helped out with dishes and such to make use of the time! He doesn’t just watch TV with our son, Miles keeps him moving and engaged, from exploring in the yard to taking him on walks in his radio flyer around the neighborhood to reading books and playing with non-electronic toys. If you can snag Miles, do it!…
Reviewed by Mandy B.
Hi!! I am located in Raleigh NC. I am currently a senior at NC State University. I transferred here from Cape Fear Community College in my home town of Wilmington NC. I have 6 years of nanny experience and I absolutely love kids! I am willing to help with any school work; I love crafts, outdoors,and pretty much anything that will put a smile on a their face! I always clean up after the kids or myself so you wouldn’t have to worry about that. I can also be strict on any rules you will give me for them. My rate depends on the number of kids and their age. Please feel free to reach out so we can talk more!…
Elena can also help with: Carpooling, Light cleaning
Elena has been so fun and patient with my wild and crazy 3 year old son and 20 month old daughter. She has been so helpful and flexible!
Reviewed by Lauren D.
$45-45/hr • 10 yrs exp
Experienced Mother Is Seeking A Part-Time Child Care Position
I have 25 years experience with my own children and as a Nanny. My youngest is now 24 and all are successfully happy in their adult lives.
I feel like I can handle just about anything when it comes to infants and children and even teenagers. I have experience with feeding issues and foodallergies. You name it. I’ve probably dealt with it.
I love children of all ages. They say people prefer children at a certain age, but I haven’t found that to be the case. They are wondrous to me from day one to launch. I love being active and outdoors as well as reading and arts and crafts. I have child passenger safety training, CPR and first-aid certifications, a clean background check and driving record….
Alison has been tutoring my 12-year old daughter in math. My daughter has shown tremendous progress since starting with Alison. After trying different tutors and math programs, I was very frustrated. This isthe first time I have felt any real progress is being made. She is a whiz but knows how to pinpoint the areas that are deficient. I strongly recommend Alison as a tutor….
Reviewed by Latarshia B.
$25-30/hr • 10 yrs exp
Bilingual Nanny Looking For A Part-Time WEEKEND Position
Who am I?
My name is Migdalia and I am currently 35 years old. Childcare has been my passion since I was a young child and I’ve been working with children for over 10+ years.
I’ve been working with children since I was in high school. I’ve worked in daycares and women shelters inNYC and when I moved to North Carolina 7 years ago I worked in the daycare system before transitioning in to private nanny. I have experience in: Cloth diapering, pace feeding, sleep training, meal prep, playground safety, multiple children, potty training, etc.
Why Switch from Lead teaching to being a Nanny?
Although I loved Lead Teaching with multiple children, I loved the direct care of individual children more. I loved being able to work one on one with 1 child or 2 children closely. I love being able to proactively work independently with a child on his or her specific milestones vs. being spread thin with 5-8 children.
Looking for VACCINATED FAMILIES ONLY PLEASE!…
Mindy is a wonderful and sweet woman who obviously has a passion for working with children. She took great care of my infant daughter for the work weeks. She was also a huge help around the house during naptime….
Reviewed by Alex B.
Hello! My name is Hanaa, I have been babysitting for many years, lot of experience and references, just let me if I can help.
Meanwhile watching kids from home .
I cook daily so ur kid is always welcome to join us .
We love having Hanaa watch our daughter! She’s very flexible and I trust her and love that she cooks amazing food and helps my daughter with eating more solid foods!
Reviewed by Sarah E.
Hi! My name is Lauren and I’m looking forward to getting to know your family! Here is a little about myself: I am a 2016 graduate of North Carolina Central University. I am a trained SAFE SITTER, to ensure that I’m able to give your child/children the best care. I have been babysitting since the ageof 14; I am experienced working with all ages. I enjoy reading, arts and crafts, the outdoors, swimming, and working out. I enjoy and promote fun and educational activities 🙂 I have a genuine passion and love for working with children. I can honestly say there is never a dull moment working with kids and that is what I enjoy the most! I have a reliable car, clean background, and MVR record. I have worked for 10 plus families in the RDU area and would love to work with yours! Last but not least, I have plenty of references. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, Thanks!…
Lauren can also help with: Carpooling, Travel
Lauren has watched our 10 month old a few times and has done an amazing job. My son absolutely loves her! She’s responsive, responsible, and overall great with kids! I would, and will, hire her again!
Reviewed by Lars A.
. Cook . Clean . Homework . Go out for walks/play in the park . Laundry . Change diapers . Preparing bottles etc
clean background clean driver record.
I am a 22-year-old recent graduate from NC State looking for a full-time nanny position. I am enthusiastic about taking care of kids and keeping them engaged and smiling! I have eight years of experience caring for children part-time. I have spent over a year caring for a 2-year-old part-time, but Iam now looking for a full-time position. I worked for over a year at St. Timothy’s school as an after school counselor. I also have experience working with special needs children. Some of the daily activities that I facilitated with these children were outdoor playtime, card and board games, and science experiments such as slime-making. We had science lessons that occurred outdoors to get the children excited about learning. I prepared meals for the children and put the younger children down for naps when appropriate. I enjoy spending time with kids, getting to know them, and learning along side them!…
Callie provided carpool and afterschool care for several weeks. My kids really enjoyed spending time with Callie. She managed both carpool pickups and was always on time. She is great with communicating whenI needed to make changes to a schedule or route. Definitely recommend Callie….
Reviewed by Amanda R.
Hello! I am a working professional new to the Raleigh area looking to make a side income date-night babysitting and pet sitting. I love working with children and have had extensive babysitting experience over the past eight years.
We came into town for an event and needed a sitter and hired Gaby. I have a 1 and 3 yo and I don’t leave them with just anyone, I am probably over protective. Gaby put me at ease, her references spoke highly ofher and my 1 yo did not cry when she came in, which is rare. We were staying in a rental with limited things and she kept them entertained. I would rehire her in a heartbeat, she is fantastic! Thank you Gaby….
Reviewed by Meghan H.
Hi! My name is Sarah. I live in North Raleigh with my husband, 3 and 1-year-old daughters. I was an elementary school teacher for 4 years before I became a mom and have always had a passion for learning and child care!
I love making kids time with me enjoyable by providing a fun safe environment where kids just get to be kids. I am responsible, punctual and a trustworthy childcare provider. I want to make every parent feel safe and at ease while their child is in my care. If you have any questions feel free tosend me a message….
Lela can also help with: Grocery shopping, Carpooling, Light cleaning
Lela was wonderful with our son
Reviewed by Kayla D.
Hi all! I am a 26-year-old that is currently a Special Education teacher. I have experience watching my friends’ baby (16 months) weekly. As well as I spent three months as an Au Pair in Italy for a 7-year-old boy and 9-year-old girl. I have other varying experience with children aged 4 to 10 yearsthrough small babysitting jobs and volunteering at church. I would love to watch and get to know your children!…
Breea can also help with: Light cleaning, Grocery shopping, Travel
Breea currently works for us as a date night sitter, and I feel very lucky to have connected with her! She’s super sweet, considerate, reliable, and great with our son, who warmed to her quickly! I feel very atease leaving our 21 month with her any time!…
Reviewed by Katie S.
$14-24/hr • 10 yrs exp
Former Preschool Teacher/assistant Director Looking For A Part-time Nanny Job
I have 20+ years of experience in childcare. I started babysitting when I was 14 and started nannying when I was 18. I am in my third year of teaching preschool and have also been an assistant director of a preschool. I am looking to babysit for date nights/special events/etc.
I am avaible everyother weekend, due to my children’s custody schedule….
Eva can also help with: Light cleaning, Carpooling
We had Eva come watch our 3 young girls (3 and under) for a few hours this morning and she was wonderful! She kept the girls busy with all sorts of activities, made lunch for them, and gave our baby her bottleand lunch as well! We’ll definitely have her back as she seemed very capable, easy-going, and fun to be around. She also asked great questions, which gave me comfort in her being detail-oriented and on top of things….
Reviewed by Elizabeth F.
$15-25/hr • 3 yrs exp
Part-time Babysitter In Raleigh, NC
I’m a freelance writer looking to spend some time babysitting during the week and weekends. I love children and have worked with children of all ages, from newborns to teenagers. I’ve worked as a babysitter, a tutor, and an assistant teacher over the years. My hours are flexible and I can also cleanand make healthy meals and snacks as I love cooking….
Emma took great care of our 5-month-old!! Thanks for your patience and working with us, Emma!
Reviewed by Muriel D.
My name is Jesse, I have been working in child care for the last few years. I have been a camp counselor for 5 years, working in a variety of outdoor settings giving instruction and care to kids. I have also worked in administration in camps for the past two years. This past year, I worked as aProgram Specialist at a camp, planning programs for summer camp and supervising camp counselors and a Site Director at a different camp. Growing up, I played multiple sports, and was part of several academic clubs, including mock trial….
Jesse can also help with: Light cleaning, Carpooling, Travel
$15-50/hr • 1 yrs exp
Recent Social Work Graduate Looking For Full/Part-Time/One-Time Work
I have recently graduated with a Bachelor’s in Social Work and I love working with kids! I’ve got two nieces (age 3 and 8) who I have the best time with. I love art, playing guitar, singing, and being outdoors! I can’t wait to work with you!
I’d describe my personality as reliable, goofy, and funto be around.
In my spare time, I like to paint, draw, hike, play guitar, visit museums, and go to the park!…
Tessa was amazing. My 2 year old son felt so comfortable starting the first day they met. He is usually a little reserved when meeting strangers but he was laughing and playing the whole time. I will definitelybook Tessa again for future….
Reviewed by Rachya K.
Hi there, I’m Grace! I grew up in Massachusetts and have lived in Raleigh for a little over a year. I am a certified medical assistant and have been working in urgent cares for the past few years in addition to being a nanny on the side. Currently, I’m back in school pursuing a degree in SocialWork. I was a camp counselor working with children ranging from newborns to toddlers when I was in high school and have worked with families who have both toddlers and elementary school aged kids. I love all things arts and crafts, science, incorporating learning into every day experiences and having as much fun as possible! I have advanced medical training and willing to drive wherever needed….
Grace can also help with: Light cleaning, Travel
Grace has a very fun and bubbly personality. She is the sitter everyone always hopes they get to find to watch their children. Sure enough her first day was a huge hit with the boys. They didn’t want her toleave, and couldn’t stop talking about the few hours they had with her and what they did. Any family would be very lucky to have her. I don’t foresee any issues in the future, she’s easy to get along with and honestly loves kids and spending every minute with them!!…
Reviewed by Andrea S.
$17-25/hr • 8 yrs exp
Part-time Babysitter Available Now!
I have been in the child care setting for over 10 years now, including a school setting for a couple years as a floating teacher for ages 3 months- 5 years old.
I have done a number of different nannying jobs through care for various ages of children as well as gender.
I am passionate about theeducational/ physical development of children in all aspects. I have experience working with disabled children as well as children with learning disabilities.
I am currently taking a break from school to focus on my experience in childcare….
Emily can also help with: Light cleaning, Carpooling
$25-25/hr • 10 yrs exp
Part Time Care Giver.
Available Days, Nights And Weekends
I am a mother of three and a grandmother of two. I have also worked in childcare at the YMCA. I love children of all ages. I am very energetic and like to play games, arts and crafts, sports, reading and helping with homework. I am also a pet lover and will be happy to exercise your dog andchildren. I am very creative in the kitchen and can make healthy food fun.
I have been taking care of two girls for the past 3 years who are now 7 and 9 as well as two girls who are 7 months and 3 years old….
Jamie can also help with: Carpooling, Light cleaning, Travel
If you want to hire someone that instantly becomes like family (better than family), hire Jamie! I’m a stay at home mom of two girls – a 3 yr and a 7 mo old – Jamie has been caring for them for the past fewmonths and is currently. I exceedingly recommend Jamie to anyone looking for a high quality, extremely trustworthy, super fun, thoughtful and all around amazing caregiver who is that “second pair of hands” you always dreamed of. My reason for hiring Jamie was to care for my kids while I could not — a few months ago I had been scheduled for a necessary surgery and we are new to the area. I was very uncomfortable having anyone come care for my children and I’ve NEVER been away from them before. After talking with Jamie on the phone, I felt instant ease and after meeting her in person, I had nothing to worry about. My shy babies took to her instantly and the rest is history. I could go on and on (literally ran out of room!) but we now hire her regularly- she’s that fabulous!!…
Reviewed by Elizabeth L.
I’m opening my home to care for your children. I’ve been working with children for 32 years. This is not just a job for me, it’s my passion. I’ve worked with all children, able and disabled. I have my Associates Degree in Early Childhood, I have N. C Credentials, I am certified in CPR/First Aid.I’ve also been-trained for Covid 19 safety. I have a lot of trainings. I also have a certificate for Medical Assistant. I love arts and crafts and reading. I love to have fun. If I can change one child’s life or one family’s life, then you have changed mine….
I only have one word…AMAZING! I am a young parent so on the weekends my husband and I like to go out. I practice a gentle parenting lifestyle and she has respected all our wishes. We never felt comfortablewith the idea of a babysitter because I am very overprotective but Ms.Artina put all my worries to rest. She is so kind and welcoming. S (our 3 year old) has a few development issues and tends to not get along with people but he adores Ms.Artina and since she has joined our lives S has learned how to use the potty and listen more! Ms.Artina is very flexible as well one night my sister needed me to watch my niece but I had already hired Ms.Artina for that night to watch my son, she said that it would be no problem for her to watch my niece as well. I paid her for the cost of my niece as well but it was very sweet of her not to cancel. I would recommend Ms.Artina to every parent I know. She has become a part of our family….
Reviewed by Dymone F.
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When you do interview a part time child care provider near you in Raleigh, NC, you can ask them about their work experience, can inquire as to what caregiving responsibilities they can help with, and can ask them how they would handle certain situations. For example, if your child struggles with homework time, you can ask them how they would handle situations like your child refusing to do their homework.
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You can interview a few different child care providers until you find one who can provide you with the part time child care you need for however many hours you require. You can set the hours and can find someone whose schedules line up with yours. There are 203 part time child care providers near you in Raleigh, NC who may be able to provide you with the right amount of care.
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Average Rating4.6 / 5
Part Time Child Care in Raleigh, NC are rated 4.6 out of 5 stars based on 224 reviews of the 202 listed part time child care.
Preschool FAQs | 5-Star Child Care
A Guide to Your Questions About Our 5-Star Child Care Center
Q) How qualified is your child care center?
A) Primary Beginnings provides high-quality child care in Raleigh for young children at our preschools located in Spring Forest, North Hills, and Falls of Neuse. Our child care centers have earned 5-Star Child Care Quality Ratings from the state of North Carolina.
Our 5-Star child care centers in Raleigh support grassroots advocacy for young children. We are proud to be members of the following organizations:
- NCLCCA – NC Licensed Child Care Association
- NCCA – National Child Care Association
- NAEYC – National Association for the Education of Young Children
- NCaeyc and WakeAEYC – North Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children and Wake Association for the Education of Young Children
- NCECA – NC Early Childhood Association
- NCCCC – NC Child Care Coalition
Primary Beginnings offers a 5-star accredited program for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Our programs are designed to enhance creative learning and self-confidence in your child while providing a solid foundation for their education.
Primary Beginnings is also proud to be voted Expertise.com’s Best Preschool in Raleigh 2022.
Q) What are other parents saying about Primary Beginnings?
A) We love what our parents have to say about us. Check out our testimonials page to see how the parents at Primary Beginnings feel about our preschool and child care programs here in Raleigh.
Q) What ages do you accept for your child care program?
A) We start accepting children at 6 weeks old for our infant care program. We also accept toddlers (ages 1-2) and preschoolers (ages 3-5). Primary Beginnings also offers before and after school care for children in Kindergarten – 5th grade.
Q) What is the curriculum style?
A) Primary Beginnings has chosen to follow The Creative Curriculum to foster creativity in each child. This curriculum continues to incorporate the latest research and best practices into its program, taking the needs of every type of learner into account.
The Creative Curriculum for infants and toddlers focuses on responsive care while incorporating objectives that enable teachers to focus on what is most important for young children. This curriculum helps teachers plan and implement every aspect of care and teaching children from birth to age 3.
The Creative Curriculum System for Preschool is an award-winning system for monitoring the successes of preschoolers. Made up of research-based objectives and resources, it meets the state’s early learning standards. The theory and research of The Creative Curriculum provide our teachers with a foundation for success in their classrooms.
Q) Where are your child care centers located?
A) Primary Beginnings has two 5-star child care centers located in Raleigh. Our Spring Forest Road location is great for those who live or work in North Raleigh. It offers easy access to I-540, Atlantic Ave, Capital Blvd, and more. Our North Hills location is perfect for families who live or work inside the beltline in or near the North Hills area. This location is convenient to I-440, Glenwood Ave, Blue Ridge Rd, and more.
Please check out both of our Raleigh preschools and see which location is right for you.
Q) What are your tuition rates?
A) Primary Beginnings tuition rates varies by program and location. First, decide which of our Raleigh preschool locations you are interested in. Contact that location for specifics on program age and tuition costs. Registration fees may also apply.
Q) Do you offer part-time child care?
A) Yes! Primary Beginnings offers a flexible schedule, offering both part-time and full-time child care and preschool.
Q) When can my child start? Is there a waiting list?
A) Openings vary depending on program and location. We do our best to accommodate every family, while still following state regulations. For specific details on openings and availability, please contact your preferred Raleigh preschool location.
Q) Do you accept country child care vouchers?
A) Yes! Primary Beginnings accepts Wake County vouchers.
Q) Do you offer a discount for enrolling multiple children?
A) Yes! Primary Beginnings does offer discounts for enrolling multiple children in our centers.
Q) What is the sick child policy?
A) Children who are ill, with or without a temperature, or who are unable to participate in regular activities may not return until their temperature has been normal for a minimum of 24 hours, and the child is able to participate in regular activities. Infectious illnesses such as the Flu, Pink Eye, Strep Throat, etc. or symptoms such as fever over 100°, vomiting, severe coughing or diarrhea will require removal of the child from the program.
If a child becomes ill while they are in our care, parents will be notified and asked to come immediately and pick up their child. Until parents arrive, ill children will be separated from the other children. An alternate plan for your child must be established by parents if they are unable to pick up a sick child or if they cannot be reached by telephone during the workday. This plan must be given to the staff who will keep it on file at the center.
The child may return to the center when it has been more than 24 hours since they were symptom-free or with a written documentation from a health care professional stating the child is not contagious and can attend the center.
Q) How do you communicate with parents?
A) Primary Beginnings communicates with parents through the KidReports program. KidReports is an online communication program that allows our Primary Beginnings staff to communicate with our parents through technology and will replace all forms of paper communication. With KidReports, parents will have the opportunity to receive communication about your child throughout the day, and an electronic daily report at the end of every day. Parents may set up notifications to come through email, text message, or through the downloadable app on their smartphone.
Q) What types of activities do you offer for infants and toddlers?
A) Every day your infant will enjoy a variety of carefully curated activities designed to foster all aspects of their development. Our infant curriculum provides the foundation for:
- Language and Literacy
- Social and Emotional Development
- Physical Development
- Cognitive and Executive Function
- Creative Expression
Toddlers have endless energy and curiosity. At Primary Beginnings, we help your toddler harness that enthusiasm for exploration and channel it into developing essential motor, emotional and cognitive skills through play-based learning.
Q) What will my child learn in preschool?
A) Guided by Creative Curriculum, your preschooler will enjoy a diverse educational environment with endless chances to explore, investigate and expand their skills and knowledge. Our 5-star preschool emphasizes hands-on sensory experiences to your preschooler grow. Our play-based curriculum covers:
Practical, cognitive, and social skill building are also a primary focus for our students. Our teachers and staff assist your preschooler in fine-tuning their ability to follow multi-step instructions, independently control impulses, practice self-care routines, recognize and express emotions, and play cooperatively with their classmates.
Q) What is your medication policy?
A) No medication will be administered to the children by the staff. This includes antihistamine, non-aspirin fever reducer/pain reliever, non-narcotic cough suppressant, decongestant, ointment or lotion intended specifically to relieve itching or dry skin and sunscreen. Please inform your child’s physician of the center’s policy so they may prescribe medication to fit your child’s schedule. We recommend that you apply sunscreen to your child before bringing him/her to the center.
There are very few exceptions that need approval from the Corporate Office. Some of these exceptions include, but are not limited to EPI Pen, Asthma breathing machine, lotion for severe Eczema and medicated diaper ointment. All medications must have a health care professional documentation detailing how long and what time of the day to administer the medication. All medications must be in their original container with a current date, the child’s name, the name of the medication, dosage, and mode of administration and name of prescribing physician or dentist on it. Medications will be administered to children only if the “Authorization to Administer Medication” form filled out by the parent is current and on file at the center. Always give the medication directly to a manager at the center. All medications are stored in a locked container out of the reach of children. Any unused medication will be returned to you or properly disposed of.
Q) Who provides the diapers for the infant and toddler programs?
A) Parents/Guardians will provide diapers or pull-ups for their child. The staff will notify the parent a day or two in advance, through a written note, when additional diapers, pull-ups are needed. Wipes will be provided by the center.
Q) What are your protocols for diapered children?
A) Diaper Powder will not be applied. Consent of a health care provider is not required for diaper cream. The diaper cream must be in their original container with a current date and the child’s name is written on the tube. Diaper Cream can only be applied if the “Authorization to Administer Medication” form filled out by the parent is current and with the diaper cream.