Farmington Hills has a new daycare center

March 11, 2017 by  

Rainbow Child Center, a noted childcare chain with over 100 locations nationwide, has just opened a new facility in Farmington Hills.

The center is on West 12 Mile Road, and is available to children from six weeks to 12 years of age.

The company’s education director, Lisa Keiper, said the centers’ Creative Curriculum provides a number of academic experiences to children, each of which is designed to encourage kids to develop their problem-solving abilities, as well as teaching them persistence and instilling a passion for learning that will last all their lives.

In addition to the academic features of the centers, each has a gym designed to keep children engaged physically. The gym is a dedicated space, which indicates the centers’ commitment to supporting children with both outdoor and indoor activities that will help them develop physical abilities.

Finally, the centers offer enrichment opportunities, including Spanish lessons for toddlers and a program to teach phonics to help children learn to read and write with ease.

Farmington Hills officials are delighted that the center is open. Ken Massey, Farmington Hills’ mayor, said that Rainbow is well known for its innovative curriculum, which gives the city’s residents additional options for helping their children learn.

Facilities like this can benefit if managers work with a brochure printing company, which can create illustrated booklets that show potential patrons the amenities, and describe the company’s philosophy.