Lil' Ducklings

(1½-2 years)

About This Program

The Lil' Ducklings classroom is located in the "pond".  The pond is a spacious classroom where the children are able to utilize the carpeted space, tile area and also begin potty training.  The Ducklings are aged 18 months to 24 months.  This classroom shares it's space with the Tiny Tadpoles but is separated from each other by a wall divider and half walls.  In the Duckling, the children will follow a daily schedule, begin learning the alphabet, singing, arts and crafts, circle time, Nevada's Story Time from the Public Library, outside time and center time.  This classroom is a wonderful space for the children to grow and become ready for the Tiny Tadpoles.

Weekly Rates

Lil' Cubs accepts cash, check, and all major credit cards. We also offer automatic withdrawal.

  • 3 Days | $164.00 per child / per week

  • 4 Days | $184.00 per child / per week

  • 5 Days | $204.00 per child / per week

Limitations: 3 & 4 days a week are available on a limited basis. It is not feasible for Lil' Cubs to offer anything less than 3 days a week child care. There is a 15% discount on the oldest child when at least one child attends full-time. Drop in rate for the school age child is $35 for a full day and $14 a day for early dismissal or late start. If no school days result in higher “by the day” charges, you will be charged the full time school rate. Vacation days are given to children once a month. To qualify, your child must pay the full time tuition. (5 days a week, 12 months a year). Tuition rates go down when your child turns the next age, not by the classroom.

What Parents Say

"My children attend Lil’ Cubs. I absolutely love how they truly care for my children. I have witnessed their concern about how each child handles situations and how all of the staff works together to make the children feel safe and comfortable. Thank you for caring for my children and keeping communication open! It is mind easing as a parent to know they are in good hands. I also love ALL of the activities the center offers the children."

— Jill Lomp