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Ms. Thuy’s NeighborSchool – Home Daycare in Houston, TX

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Licensed home daycare
Houston, TX
7am–5:30pm, M – F

We’re a fun vietnamese speaking program!

Great for parents who want…

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A Few Favorite Activities

Activities are designed to help children develop social, emotional and cognitive skills as they sing, dance, play, and learn in a small group setting.

Arts & crafts

Drawing & illustration

Outdoor play

Seasonal activities

Neighborhood walks

Activities are designed to help children develop social, emotional and cognitive skills as they sing, dance, play, and learn in a small group setting.

Each program is led by a licensed child care professional. While they each have their own expertise and approach, they all share a genuine love for educating and helping young children grow & thrive. Being licensed also means they have done a series of state-required trainings and they’ve passed a government background check.

About the Provider

Licensed Family Child Care Educator
License #1739103

Licensing Requirements
  • Background record checked

    Includes government-level fingerprinting

  • Home inspected for child safety

    Thorough assessment by a licensor from the DFPS

  • Health & safety training

    Includes annual professional development hours

Each program is led by a licensed child care professional. While they each have their own expertise and approach, they all share a genuine love for educating and helping young children grow & thrive. Being licensed also means they have done a series of state-required trainings and they’ve passed a government background check.

Q&A with Ms. Thuy

What inspires you to care for young children?

It’s so amazing to watch kids flourish! At this age, they’re learning and changing so quickly, and it’s thrilling to figure out what each individual needs. It’s different every time. What works for one child may not be helpful to another, and that’s what keeps every day so engaging. Seeing the kids develop, both socially and emotionally, is always exciting. There are so many small moments like that: when two friends meet for the first time or when a child draws something they’re really proud of, for example. Those moments make this job so special. Taking care of children has been a lifelong passion; over the years, I’ve had the joy of mentoring so many wonderful kids and watching them grow into incredible, unique adults. It’s so heartening to think that I had a small part in their journey.

What’s a typical day like at your daycare?

At this daycare, we will be speaking mostly in Vietnamese. This will be particularly beneficial for children who have recently immigrated to the United States, or who speak Vietnamese at home with their families. (It would also be great for kids who are really interested in learning Vietnamese; immersion is such an effective teaching method when it comes to language!) This shared language will hopefully make their transition into daycare a little bit easier. My goal is to make the kids in my program feel as comfortable as possible, so they can thrive in a safe and understanding community and prepare the skills they’ll need for kindergarten. Our days will be full of fun activities, like arts and crafts and free play. We’re right next door to the local park, which means we spend a lot of time outside, too! The kids love visiting the playground because it’s additional space for them to run around—and it makes them feel like they’re at the heart of their neighborhood.

What’s one thing parents should know about your program?

Caregiving is most successful when it’s a communal effort! The children (and their parents and guardians) will feel like they’re part of a family. Back in Vietnam, I was everyone’s favorite go-to babysitter; I’ve helped raise over 20 family members over the years, including my own two children. Parents should feel more than welcome coming to me for advice. We’ll work as partners in this exciting process of guiding the next generation. Parents might also be happy to know that my daughter, Vy, is also working at this program as a part-time assistant. This extra help means that the kids in this program will receive twice the attention and support!

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“Anything you can teach in an indoor classroom can be taught outdoors, often in ways that are more enjoyable for children.”


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Rates & Openings

Daycare rates depend on how old your child will be and what your schedule looks like. 5 days / week might get a slight discount, and infant rates are usually more than toddlers’. Finding a spot also depends on age and schedule because each daycare has a limited number of openings for each age range.

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Ms. Thuy’s NeighborSchool19419 LAKE HOLLOW LN
HOUSTON, TX 77084(936) 310-3581(936) 310-3581

There is 1 home daycare in Westlake Village. Most care for 6 to 10 children and take both infants and toddlers. All home daycares are licensed by the DFPS – Texas Child Care Licensing, just like preschool centers.

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A Harris County free child care program is set to start, and advocates say it’s needed because child care centers across the state are in crisis.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A Harris County free child care program is set to start in days, and advocates say it couldn’t come at a better time because the child care centers across the state are in crisis.

Sending your kid to child care is too much for some parents.

“If you want to go to a better place and a better area, it’s going to be $300 and up per child,” Paola Diaz explained.

Diaz said child care costs are why she’s at home spending summer days at the library instead of work.

“It keeps you from trying to work, or do other stuff around,” Diaz said. “It is hard.”

Harris County is looking to help. This month, an Early REACH program starts. The county is using $26 million in federal funds to cover child care costs. If you live in the county, have a kid under age four, and meet the income requirements, you could receive free child care.

“There are so many child care deserts around Harris County and we want to provide not only free child care, but high quality child care,” BakerRipley spokesperson Frederick Goodall said.

Advocates said this is a statewide problem. Texas Care for Children said a family of four spends nearly $20,000 a year in child care.

During the pandemic, the state spent millions on this issue. It’s funding that has dried up.

During this past session, advocates lawmakers didn’t do enough to fund child care.

“That funding would’ve supported the continuation of stabilization grants that the state launched during the pandemic that were critical to keeping programs open,” Texas Care for Children early learning policy director David Feigen said.

Advocates said it’s not only the cost of child care, but workers’ pay. On average, they make $11 an hour.

Without assistance, it could cause facilities to close. It’s a problem they say has already caused child care deserts, mainly in low-income communities.

“It means they have to find alternative arrangements for their kids and for some kids that means arrangements that are not high quality or children are stuck in front of a television screen rather than getting read to be a teacher and engaging with other kids,” Feigen explained.

Without work, parents aren’t spending money. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said Texas loses $9 billion a year in revenue because of parents not working. That’s money that could go to infrastructure, teachers, and other state projects, which is why advocates say programs like the one the county will launch this month are important for us all.

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