About the Program

Announcing the SASE Program!

Posted by on May 26, 2017 in All Posts, QIP | 0 comments

We at Two Wishes Child Care care deeply about your family as an entire unit. We believe in the whole family approach to child care as highlighted in the Strengthening Families model. That is why we are very pleased to announce a new program to bridge and support families! Bring in self-addressed stamped envelopes to Two Wishes Child Care and place them in the “for caregiver” section of your mail folder. You can have as many envelopes as will fit (and as many different addresses as you want)!...

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Seeds of Extension Announcement

Posted by on Oct 29, 2016 in All Posts, QIP, Seeds of Extension Project | 0 comments

Hello everyone! Throughout the duration of the Two Wishes Child Care program, we have sent home puzzles, games, and art activities for children to do at their homes. We have finally formalized this project into the Seeds of Extension. Each month, an activity extending learning on one or more of our themes will be sent home with families. The Seeds of Extension project is free to full-time clients and is currently funded through tuition payments, but our hope is that eventually we will be able...

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Should you pack your child’s snowpants?

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in About the Program, All Posts | 0 comments

The short answer is that you should always bring your child with appropriate weather gear. However, whether or not we play outside is dependent upon the weather. (Yes, I intentionally wrote those homophones.) The chart I go by is provided by Rice County and was produced by the Iowa Department of Public Health. If the forecast shows a prediction in the red, it is unlikely that we will be going outside. I’ll keep an eye on the thermometer, though, to see if the prediction was wrong. In the...

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Why “Two Wishes”?

Posted by on Jan 18, 2016 in About the Program, All Posts | 0 comments

Why “Two Wishes?” I believe in supporting the development of roots AND wings. Keep reading to see what I mean.

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