Kids N’ Care Opening Daycare Center in Oak Creek

March 21, 2014

Oak Creek, Wis. - Kids N’ Care Daycare is now open and enrolling children at our new location in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Kids N’ Care is one of Southeast Wisconsin’s most recognized daycare centers with their first location based in Greenfield, WI. The opening of the second location is due to the high demand for quality childcare programs in the area. “We realized the need was increasing when families from the South Shore area were requesting us to expand,” says Sahera Abukhamireh. “The communities like Oak Creek, Franklin, Greendale, South Milwaukee and Cudahy continue to have growing and new families that want and need us to provide care for their families’ needs” Sahera is excited about the addition of the new location and looks forward to providing the same quality of care in the new facility, which is located next to the Cedar Hills Church.

Since opening in 2000, Kids N’ Care is dedicated to providing children with a warm, safe, and nurturing environment that will encourage every aspect of a child’s development. Over the years the Owner and Operator Saherra Abukhamireh, has grown her small business into a thriving childcare center after moving into the Greenfield location in 2006. Since then, the Greenfield location has seen 2 expansions in order to accommodate the increasing need for quality childcare in the area.

The Kids N’ Care curriculum is based on high-quality programs that are designed to uncover a child’s interest and talents, through play and social interaction. We provide hands-on activities and play experiences that make our learning environment a fun and enjoyable experience for children of all ages. “The best part of being in childcare is seeing the smiles on the faces of children as they learn something new,” says Sahera.

To schedule a tour of our beautiful new facility, meet the teachers, and to experience our curriculum, visit our website at www.mykidsncare.com or call the Oak Creek center at 414-761-8788 or our Greenfield location at 414-328-2273 today! We look forward to meeting you and showing you what makes us the amazing childcare center we have become.

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