The staff plans a lot of Out of the Box activities for the children each day, especially team building activities and group games. The children have daily routine activities such as a quiet homework time, social studies, language art, and creative expression activities. This year the staff has worked very hard with the children with new and exciting activities. Our center is always a very active and fun learning environment. The staff at Eldersburg takes a different approach to their weekly activities which encourage children to stay on their toes.
By providing a variety of activities, our program offers enriching, relaxing, fun-oriented experiences. We always keep in mind that children are unique and develop at varying intervals. We encourage each child to use his/her potential and we provide new experiences for growth. It is our purpose to help each child develop to the best of his/her individual ability and to provide an atmosphere in which the child can learn to share and be a supportive member of a team.
Please contact our office for our fees at 410-751-3700
Mrs. Kate Robinson is our Director at the Eldersburg Elementary ABC Care. Ms. Kate joined the ABC Care staff in August 2008, first as Assistant Director and then was promoted to Director. She helped obtain National Accreditation through the National After School Association for the Eldersburg ABC Care. She has worked in the Early Childhood Education field for over 20 years. During the summer months you will most likely find Ms. Kate co-directing our Eldersburg Summer Camp or traveling with our Amazing Race campers. Ms. Kate has also served as a co-chairman of our programming committee. Ms. Kate has three grown sons and a menagerie of pets. In her spare time she likes to garden, read and travel. She also volunteers at the local humane society. Her motto is: Let's Make it Fun! We are sure you will find lots of fun experiences at our Eldersburg site.
This Location Meets NAA Standards
The NAA Standards for School-Age Quality specifically address the indicators of quality programs reflected in current research. Examples include meeting the developmentally different needs of youth, 5-14 years, involving children and youth in program planning, providing positive interactions between children and youth and adults, and ensuring a safe and challenging environment for children and youth in and out of school time.
ABC Care Center - Eldersburg Elementary
1021 Johnsville Road
Eldersburg, MD 21784
6:45 am until school begins
School dismissal until 6:15 pm
Center Wish List:
Two portable/foldable soccer nets, balls,
jump ropes, Nerf football, bats and soft
balls, hockey sticks and hockey puck
Fuzzy Pumper, Barber Shop, Candy Cyclone
Tech Deck (mini skateboards)
Star Wars Action Figures
Portable Lite Brite
Don't Break the Ice game
Littlest Pet Shop Sets and Animals
Dry Erase Markers
Playdough - any color
Mini Basket Ball game
Additional plastic basket balls for the game