Newmarket

Welcome to Angelic Treasures Christian Daycare!

Newmarket is a growing city near Toronto, and with its positive economic growth in recent years, it has become a mainstay for families looking to settle in a smaller city that still boasts great transportation and amenities. If you’re looking for daycare services, Newmarket is home to one of our Angelic Treasures Christian Daycare locations, right near the Newmarket Public Library.

Located at 337 Queen Street, our facility has a private playground, and 6 classrooms, and can accommodate up to 85 children.

SUMMER CAMPS

Week July 4-8 (cost): $290

Theme: Creative Craft Week

This week’s camp will allow children to use their creative skills as they use Perler beads to create keychains, paint their own t-shirts and use polymer clay to create their own masterpieces!

Field Trip: N/A

Week July 11-15 (cost): $290

Theme: Science Exploration Week

Calling all aspiring scientists and those who love experiments this week! Come explore science as we discover how magnets work, create our own lava lamp and build a huge volcano.

Field Trip: N/A

Week July 18-22 (cost): $290

Theme: Sports Week

Come out this week to develop your sports skills as we play baseball, hockey, soccer and much more! We might even have a surprise special guest this week to show us some hockey skills!

Field Trip: N/A

Week July 25-29 (cost): $290

Theme: Robotics Lego Week

For those campers who like to develop their STEM skills, this is the week for you! We will be using our imaginations and engineering skills to build, create, and problem-solve with lego and robotics.

Field Trip: N/A

Week Aug 1-5 (cost): $290

Theme: Outdoor Exploration

We will be spending most of our day outdoors as we learn to set up tents, learn how to garden and grow our own plants. We will even be learning some outdoor survival skills!

Field Trip: N/A

Week Aug 8-12 (cost): $290

Theme: Baking and Cake Decorating Week

Children will have the opportunity to bake some delicious treats and learn skills in decorating a cake. We will be learning how to pipe using piping bags and various tips.

Field Trip: N/A

Week Aug 15-19 (cost): $290

Theme: Creative Art Week

Children will have the opportunity to allow their creativity to flourish by using various mediums such as paint, pastels, watercolours, and so much more.

Field Trip: N/A

Week Aug 22-26 (cost): $290

Theme: Robotics Lego Week

For those campers who like to develop their STEM skills, this is the week for you! We will be using our imaginations and engineering skills to build, create, and problem-solve with lego and robotics.

Field Trip: N/A

Get In Touch

337 Queen Street
Newmarket, ON L3Y 2G5
8am – 5pm Weekdays
Closed Weekends







    Christian Daycare Newmarket

    Our Programs

    Infant

    Ages 6 weeks – 18 months

    Our infant program in Newmarket focuses on the child’s individual and specific needs through interest-led planning. The infant room is bright with large windows, a playground with rubber surfacing and a white picket fence. We also have an umbrella for shade outdoors. The infant room is set up to optimize different stages of development and encourages self-help skills—eating on their own, walking and talking. Each infant is also assigned a crib for nap times.

    Infant

    Ages 6 weeks – 18 months

    Our infant program in Newmarket focuses on the child’s individual and specific needs through interest-led planning. The infant room is bright with large windows, a playground with rubber surfacing and a white picket fence. We also have an umbrella for shade outdoors. The infant room is set up to optimize different stages of development and encourages self-help skills—eating on their own, walking and talking. Each infant is also assigned a crib for nap times.

    French-speaking and creativity, as well as fine and gross motor skills, are prioritized during this stage of your child’s development, helping to create a solid fundamental foundation for their learning and growth later down the road. Skills and developmental milestones such as imitation are repeated so that the child can learn to master these skills through singing songs with actions, playing pretend and caring for dolls, or modelling actions with verbal encouragement.

    Our infant program also employs the use of gradual admission so that parents can ease their infant’s transition into a new social environment.

    Toddler

    Ages 18 months – 2½ years

    Toddlers are at an exciting age where language, individuality and verbal communication are at their highest levels thus far. Children at this age are constantly curious, processing and absorbing sensory information and forming their own logical conclusions based on their environment. Our toddler daycare services prioritize interest-led planning and allow for smaller group sizes and more one-on-one time with their teacher.

    Our program provides outdoor space dedicated to this age group, with rubber surfacing and shade from umbrellas and a white picket fence. Children of this age sleep on cots during nap time, and our facility has bright, friendly classrooms. There are many activities, from sensory and dramatic play to gross motor skill development, all in one room.

    Autonomy, according to ELECT, involves an individual’s ability to set goals and apply perseverance in pursuit of accomplishing those goals. At our daycare center, teachers act as play partners when working with children, asking leading questions to help children form their own conclusions about “why” and “how” their input impacts the physical environment around them. For example, when building with blocks, a child has the autonomy to set their goal for building a certain structure, and when the blocks all fall on the ground, a teacher suggests alternatives to help the child solve the problem.

    Potty Learning starts at the age of two, and our Toddler programs encourage your child’s independence in walking, talking, eating, and getting dressed for outdoor activities.

    Preschool

    Ages 2½ years – 4 years

    Collaboratively working in a group allows individuals to become “more than the sum of their parts,” and it is a valuable characteristic of a functioning adult in our society. This is a foundational skill that requires the ability to process and manage your own thoughts and feelings while contributing positively to a group activity. Our learners are consistently exposed to turn-taking, collaborative play and problem-solving activities to help facilitate reflection and form internal connections to understand the world around them. Our preschool daycare staff are also trained to plan an activity that involves sorting and matching object sets and discussing how concepts were learned/discovered by the child.

    Preschool

    Ages 2½ years – 4 years

    Collaboratively working in a group allows individuals to become “more than the sum of their parts,” and it is a valuable characteristic of a functioning adult in our society. This is a foundational skill that requires the ability to process and manage your own thoughts and feelings while contributing positively to a group activity. Our learners are consistently exposed to turn-taking, collaborative play and problem-solving activities to help facilitate reflection and form internal connections to understand the world around them. Our preschool daycare staff are also trained to plan an activity that involves sorting and matching object sets and discussing how concepts were learned/discovered by the child.

    Our Preschool program provides interest-led planning and a dedicated outdoor space for our preschoolers with umbrellas for shade and a white picket fence. The bright preschool classrooms are divided into three classes, with room for dramatic play, a reading area, a building area, and creative play, including sensory. Self-help skills continue for dressing and undressing from outdoor play, in addition to collaborative play.

    Kindergarten

    Ages 4 – 5 years

    With a smaller class size for your child’s private Junior Kindergarten or Senior Kindergarten education, your child will have an increased opportunity to spend valuable one-on-one time with their teacher. We follow the Ontario JK/SK Curriculum, with GENESIS as our foundation of learning.

    The Kindergarten classroom has large windows, great outdoor space, and a dedicated playground. Areas in the classroom support flexible seating. This program is designed to encourage a love of learning. This is done through play activities that are specifically geared towards graphs, shapes, patterns, and spatial relationships—children develop their memorization, categorization, and identifying skills through our programmed activities.

    We also provide French learning throughout the week, which is a great way to introduce your child to French immersion in the future. We upload weekly activity images and explanations to help you stay engaged with your child’s learning and development while they are in our care.

    Camps

    Ages 4 – 12 years

    Camps are provided during Christmas, March Break and Summer at our Newmarket child care centre. Socially and cognitively stimulating activities and a Christian curriculum will help support your child’s growth during their time off from school. Camps always have a new and exciting Christian Theme!

    If you are looking for Before-School or After-School care for your child, you can trust our program to help your child develop their skills in math, science, literacy and creativity. The activities are dedicated to supporting your child’s growth and development, with age-appropriate and stimulating programming available before and after school or for a full PA Day.

    Our Facilities

    What makes us different?

    • Outdoor Play: white picket fence, rubber surfacing, shade and proper storage.
    • Rest Time: for infants (they own their own schedule) toddlers to preschool rest on a cot with a sleeping mat provided by Angelic Treasures Christian Daycare upon registration. JK/SK does not have rest time.
    • Chapel Time: every Friday at 11:00 a.m. Object lesson with our favourite songs – ½ hour. Prayer and off to lunch.
    • Indoor Play: classrooms are inviting with the home away from home feel – play items with real pots and pans etc.
    • Routines: daily schedule is posted for all classrooms.
    • Prayer Time: At meal times even for infants before drinking their bottle we give thanks.

    Our Staff

    Paola Suppa-Harris

    Supervisor

    I have been involved with professional Early Childhood Education with over 27yrs of experience; during my career, I have worked with George Brown College and the YMCA of Greater Toronto.

    As the supervisor of the centre, I take great pride in knowing that the centre is one that strives for excellence and quality in the childcare field while promoting our cooperative spirit with our team.

    Get In Touch

    337 Queen Street
    Newmarket, ON L3Y 2G5
    7am – 6pm Weekdays
    Close Weekdays