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Small Wonders Childcare (El Cerrito, CA)

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Berkeley Parents Network > Reviews > Preschools & Daycare > Small Wonders Childcare (El Cerrito, CA)



Sept 2012

I would like to recommend Small Wonders Daycare for your infant. This wonderful daycare is made possible by Ruth Seyoum. Our infant son attends Ruth's in-home daycare and we could not be more satisfied! Ruth's gentle, caring demeanor and early childhood development knowledge has been such a positive experience for our son -- and us as parents! Our son is provided with many appropriate and enriching toys and activities along with Ruth's amazing home-cooked organic meals and snacks. Outdoor play, walks around the neighborhood to nearby parks and gardens, reading, singing, music, and healthy eating are just some of the activities my son experiences on a daily basis. The environment is safe, clean and well thought out. Ruth is dedicated to making the daycare experience fulfilling and positive. If you are in need of child care for your infant, please consider this daycare. You can contact Ruth Seyoum directly at 510-528-3293.


March 2012

I am writing to recommend the daycare Small Wonders that my dear friend Ruth has just opened in her lovely El Cerrito hills home. Alas, my son is too old for daycare now or I would send him to Ruth who has raised two beautiful, brilliant girls and has a magical touch with children. I have been encouraging her for years to open a daycare, and now she's finally doing it. And she's combining child care with her passion for cooking organic food and will serve her little charges delicious meals and snacks from her kitchen. She tells me: ''My goal is to provide a loving, caring and nurturing environment for children until the age of 3.'' Ruth also studied pediatric psychology and development for two years in Sweden.


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