Child Care in Colorado Springs


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  • Childrens Playroom
    Whether they're hitting the gym for a quick workout or spending an evening out, on-the-go parents can add balance to their busy schedules with The Children's Playroom's drop-in childcare services. The childcare facility features a vibrantly colored play area and various toys, with plenty of room and fun gadgets to entertain children ages 12 months–13 years old. While small tykes romp through the soft play zone decorated with pretend rivers and flowers, older kids can indulge creative impulses with arts and crafts or challenge high scores at the video-game center. Parents can either provide meals for their young or purchase prepackaged fare at the play center.
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    8776 N Union Blvd
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • KidsTown Drop-In Child Care Center
    The goal of every KidsTown Drop-In Child Care Center is to provide quality, licensed care to children, so they may have a safe and secure place to visit that's also fun, exciting, and entertaining. KidsTowns offers a flexible preschool schedule and curriculum, qualified staff tailors each day's lessons to those in attendance to create a more flexible preschool program. Here, children have the opportunity to learn new skills, play with different toys, participate in group games, create art projects, and interact socially with other children. Activities are scheduled throughout the day to encourage learning in new areas, while also providing social, physical, and cognitive development opportunities. Another consistency is that each facility allows parents to drop off kids ages 1-13, whenever is most convenient to give parents an opportunity to select a weekly schedule that works best for their family. To further accommodate parents, some centers offer themed Saturday-evening sessions that keep children entertained at night, so adults may get away.
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    951 N Park St
    Castle Rock, CO US
  • Club 4 Kids of Piney Grove
    Who knows what kids need? Just ask a mom. Club 4 Kids is fully staffed by mothers. Back in 1992, Patty Stouffer couldn't find a reliable place to drop her kids off for a few hours, so she decided to create one. Today, parents drop their brood off at one of two locations. Here, kids get their hands covered in paint at the art center, exercise imaginations playing dress-up, and practice containing their road rage while driving play cars. Even older kids occupy themselves, by playing video or board games in the on-site clubhouse. Every two hours, the group breaks for a meal or snack, so kids are well-fed by the time their parents come to pick them up.
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    15432 E Orchard Rd
    Centennial, CO US
  • Boulder Chamber Orchestra
    By the time he returned to Denver and noticed a gap in the cultural landscape, Music Director of Boulder Chamber Orchestra Bahman Saless had already lived several lives. Beginning a dual career path in England, he first focused his studies mainly on physics, eventually moving to the US and working as a research scientist for NASA. But unlike everything in the universe except Earth, his passion for music couldn't be ignored. He soon moved out to LA, where he began composing music for film trailers and nature documentaries, then returned to Colorado to light up the Boulder Chamber Orchestra with his fire and determination.
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    4500 E Hampden Ave.
    Cherry Hills Village, CO US
  • Warren Village
    Warren Village’s Greta Horwitz Learning Center educates children ages 6 weeks to 10 years old with a curriculum designed specifically for underserved students. In addition to cognitive, language, social exercises, the learning center conducts regular cultural and recreational field trips in the Denver area to enrich student’s education. Each classroom of approximately 14 preschool children attends at least two trips each year to city venues such as the zoo, art museums, the symphony and theater, and the children’s museum. Field trips provide students with informative lessons in the arts and sciences and an opportunity for a new experience, and also build their sense of community with both their peers and their city.
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    1323 Gilpin St
    Denver, CO US
  • YMCA
    The YMCA aims to better Denver-area minds and bodies with fitness classes, sports leagues, and exercise facilities for users of all ages. Membership (an $84 value) grants full access for two adults, their dependent children, and as many imaginary friends they can think up. Members enjoy use of top-notch amenities that vary by location, ranging from free-weight and resistance-machine workout rooms to swimming pools and basketball courts. Outgoing endurance-testers come together during athletic classes to create a calorie-consuming hive mind unattainable to solo toners. New members in need of assistance achieving fitness goals plan out nutritional and exercise routines in their two wellness sessions (a $100 value). Personal-wellness coaches develop a distinct program for each client to help prospective workout warriors evaluate their overall health, identify specific places to improve, and build muscles regardless of superfluous zoning restrictions.
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    25 East 16th Avenue
    Denver, CO US
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