What's New for Caring Corner


Our theme for February is Transportation. This week our classes will be focusing on the color purple, the 

Our theme for February is Transportation. This week our classes will be focusing on the color white, the shape circle, the number 5 and the letter Y. 

This week the Kittens class will be making yo-yos for our letter Y.  To continue with our transportation theme, we will be making circle spaceships.  Our color this week is white and we will be making clouds. For our number of the week, 5 – we will be giving lots of high 5’s!  Ms. Kathleen

This week in the monkey’s class will be making caterpillars using the circle shape. For the color, white, we are going to make little sheep.  Using yarn we will be learning about the letter Y. All week long we will be counting to 5!  Ms. Jackie

This week the Cubs class will continue working on our names – the cubs have made so much progress.  Our focus remains on transportation – we will make tires, trace circles and our letter of the week – “Y”. Ms. Amy

March Activities

Fort Vancouver Regional Library - Ms. Donna will be back on Tuesdays at 2 for an interactive story time. 

Birthdays - Happy Birthday to Sean March 2nd, Maggie March 5th, Addyson March 17th and Jax March 20. We want to wish them a very happy birthday!

Immunizations – When your child receives any immunizations please let us know so we can update our records.  

Reminder – If your child will not be attending or will be arriving significantly earlier or later than your regular time please let us know by 9am.

Day light savings time begins Sunday, March 12 (spring forward)


Welcome To Caring Corner Preschool and Childcare!


As a parent myself, I understand it can be a difficult time choosing a childcare
that we are comfortable with and I realize that a loving and positive atmosphere is
important to your family. We are proud to offer your family high quality care. At
Caring Corner Preschool and Childcare, your child is able to build a relationship
with myself as well as my staff. We don't have a lot of staff turnover here, so your
child knows who will be caring for them day after day. This helps children be more
secure in their environment.

Our primary goal is to support each child in a safe and loving environment that
builds self esteem, encourages living skills, and actively promotes each child's
sense of curiosity and discovery.

We believe that children learn through play in a structured environment. We
provide both teacher initiated activities and also encourage child initiated activities.
We have an four different classrooms based on children’s ages that provide plenty
of space for learning activities such as manipulative, blocks, arts and crafts,
reading area, imaginative play, and so much more. We also have a large outdoor
play area that provides opportunities for learning and large motor activities. There
is a covered area that allows children to play outside no matter what the weather
conditions are.

I know in the past when my own kids have been in childcare, the one that you
choose truly makes all the difference in the world! It truly does make it much
easier on everyone involved if you as a parent can go to work and not worry all day
long about your child! So again, thank-you for your interest and if you have any
questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.