Whether you work full-time/ part-time, during the day or night, or simply would like to award yourself and your partner well-merited time off -  YOU CAN COUNT ON US!  

We are here to help you meeting your children's social, physical and intellectual needs. 


CALL NOW (914)966-7698 / (914)513-4145 TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT !



 Time flies and as 2022 ends we want to thank our dear parents, caregivers and children for all your trust and friendship 🙏 ❤.


My Children's Day Care staff was delighted to care for your children in 2022 and we are looking forward to serving your family again in 2023. Seeing your children grow fills our hearts with hope and trust in a better future - they are the light of your eyes and an inspiration for us all!


Merry Christmas and Happy 2023 From My Childrens Day Care



As we strive to improve our services every year, we ask you to not hesitate to suggest changes or new services that may fulfill your needs. Rest assured that your opinions are very important to us.

If you are happy with our services, please take 2 minutes to review our daycare on Google and Yelp. Has been wonderful to count on your support and friendship over the years. Shall God keep blessing you, your family and our community for many years to come! 


Yasnia & My Children's Day Care staff


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Please find the General guidance of NYS for Daycare facilities.

My Children's Daycare is following the rules applicable to local daycares. Click on this link to get the most updated info on Vaccine Guidelines, Protective Gear, Cleaning,Travel and etc.

Here are some FREE fun educational links to keep your children learning even when they can't come to our daycare:

American Museum Of Natural History OLOGY website - The Science Website for Kids - Tons of educational games and awesome content for ALL ages - parents included :)!

MOMA online Kids collection - Audio/videos of selected paintings

MET learning - access many programs and online resources


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We wish 2021unfolds new avenues for all "my children's daycare families", giving you the strength to fight all odds.

Parents - you are the wings that lift your children even before they fall. By trusting them to our care, during such dire times, you increased our feelings of loyalty and respect for you.

Thank you for trusting our team! Thank you for cooperating and caring for our well being while we were serving your family! Thank you for your spirits of hope and resilience that inspire us to keep on!

Wishing you many blessings in 2021 - health, prosperity and love from all my children's daycare staff.



Spring comes with warm weather, playgrounds and fun celebrations.
CARNIVAL - In some regions, the first spring festival of the new year is Carnival, 40 days before Easter.Get in touch to find out when we will be celebrating Carnival at My Childrens Day Care. Send your child dressed to impress during our Carnival celebrations ! Children love dressing up and playing roles, or simply dancing a lot! Parents and or Caregivers are welcome to come and join us for the party !

EASTER - Easter is the most important religious feast in the Christian liturgical year, but even if you are not Christian you can join the fun by playing Egg Hunt with us. Get in touch to find out how you can get involved.  Children are welcome to dress up like bunnies, and bring egg baskets for the hunt ! Christians believe that Jesus was resurrected from the dead on the "third day"(two days after his crucifixion), and celebrate this resurrection on Easter Day, two days after Good Friday. The date of Easter varies between 22 March and 25 April.

MAY DAY  is International Workers' Day, or Labour Day, which celebrates the social and economic achievements of the labour movement. Women were fundamental for the improving of the work conditions in the US and around the world. When we celebrate workers we celebrate mothers and fathers who support their families in a healthy and balanced way. As a day of celebration, the holiday has ancient origins being a cross-quarter day, meaning that (in the Northern Hemisphere where it is almost exclusively celebrated) it falls approximately halfway between the spring equinox and summer solstice. In the Celtic tradition, this date marked the end of spring and the beginning of summer.