Our Programs

We have structured environments that allows your child to learn how to problem-solve and use their imagination at all ages! We have a variety of programs which include dramatic play, building blocks, and literature and music experiences. Our number one goal is to provide learning that is not only fun but meaningful. When the weather is nice, your child gets to enjoy and benefit from the fresh air and exercise from our designated outdoor play area.
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Infant Care

Playtime Daycare welcomes your child into a safe and stimulating environment, providing care and essential early development.

Playtime Daycare & Learning Center Provides:
Formula – Similac Advance (powder) and Infant Cereal
Cribs, Sheets, & Bedding
Feeding dishes and utensils including sippy cups
Whole milk after 12 months (after 9-months with doctor’s written permission)

Toddler Education

Playtime offers full-time care and education daily for toddlers.

Parents Provide:
1 complete set of clothing (labeled with child’s name)
Sunscreen (late Spring/Summer with signed permission from parent)
Hat/Mittens/Boots (late Fall/Winter) for outdoor play

The children will learn:
To follow simple directions.
To respond to and say their first names.
To recognize and identify everyday objects.

School Age

We offer before and after school care, and transportation to select Allentown schools. Playtime encourages engagement in language activities like reading, singing, & conversations throughout the day. Children stay sanitary by washing their hands upon entering their classrooms, after using the bathroom, before and after eating, after coming in from outside and whenever necessary.

Pre-K Counts
PA Scholarship Program

* Students who are eligible for the PreK Counts Program are enrolled into one of our classrooms.
* Qualifying students will be eligible for 5 hours per day at no cost, or a significant discount for before and after care (if needed).
* Eligibility requirements include residing in a local school district area, meeting age requirements (3 before Sept 1 for Pre-school, 4 before Sept 1 for PreK) as well as income eligibility.
* Families with a combined income at or below 300% of federal poverty level will qualify for the PreK Counts Scholarship program.
* An Application must be submitted with tax documentation
* A copy of your federal 1040 tax return and a copy of birth certificate will be required.


The Mother Goose Time program has the best practices that are developmentally appropriate. The classroom environments are hands-on & child-friendly. All activities, interactions, & materials are in our classrooms. Mother Goose is primarily focused on the development of a child and meeting their social and emotional needs in order to ensure success for the child’s future. Our classrooms focus on literacy and exploration to build confidence, curiosity and a sense of community.

Parent Involvement

Your questions & comments are always welcomed! We have an “open door” policy – parents are always welcome to stop by and visit! Parent conferences are available upon your request, in addition to the scheduled conferences. Suggestions or any notes must be spoken about addressed in person, written or via phone call.

Staff Requirements

All staff meet the requirements of the PA Department of Human Services and/or the PA Department of Education as it relates to their individual positions. Our center is licensed by both agencies. Most of our staff have degrees in Early Childhood Education. Each of our employees has extensive experience working with children.
All staff members are required to participate annually in a minimum of twenty-four (24) classroom hours of training in addition to basic First Aid Training, Pediatric and Infant CPR, Fire Safety, Childhood Illness, & Observation/Recording Techniques. The staff members participate in a minimum of three (3) eight-hour in-service days. All staff members are required to have a Child Abuse History Clearance, Criminal History Clearance, FBI clearance and an annual physical.