Little Fry Group Care and Toddler Centre Program

Little Fry Daycare is a licensed daycare for Toddlers 18 to 36 months and Group Care for children 30 months to school age. Daycare hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
The daycare environment is created to encourage children's learning about themselves and their world through:

  • Play
  • Exploration and discovery
  • Circle times, stories, arts and crafts
  • Socialization with peers, Elders and teachers
  • Culture is the foundation of the program where young children learn the Kwakwala language on a daily basis and participate in weekly drumming and singing classes.

We are a Seeds of Empathy site and use Moe the Mouse speech and language enhancement program regularly.

Children have opportunities to explore and discover through science activities, nature walks, beach trips and outings on a regular basis.

Health and nutrition are key factors in children's overall development and at Little Fry Daycare, children have access to dental screening and varnishing, hearing clinics and referrals to support services. Nutritious snacks and lunches are provided daily following Health Canada's Food Guide and processed foods, foods high in trans-fats and sodium are avoided.

IMPORTANT

Prior to your child entering the program, please ensure you provide us with a photo copy of his or her immunization records, care card number and status number.

We operate Monday to Thursday 10:00am - 1:00pm.

For more information please call Maylene Inrig (250) 286-3466

Address / Contact Info

Laichwiltach Family Life Society
441 4th Ave Campbell River, BCV9W 3W7
Contact name: Corrine

Phone Numbers

Phone : (250) 286-3466
Fax : (250) 286-3483

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Office Hours: Monday to Thursday 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Web Links

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This program was last updated on 08 Nov 2015.