Best Child Care Centers in South Tampa, FL

Finding the right daycare or child care setting for your toddler can be a stressful experience. The size of the facility, the curriculum, teacher quality, and countless other factors will all go into choosing what's best for you and your child. But luckily for anyone already living in South Tampa or considering a move there, the collection of top-notch child care and day care services in the area is among the best in all of Tampa. 

Primrose School of South Tampa

1700 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606

Bring your toddler's childhood into a metaphorical bloom by enrolling in the Primrose School of South Tampa. It accepts mini enrollees of all ages, from infancy all the way to kindergarten. That kind of support is ideal for parents who plan on dropping their children off at a care center until they hit school age. It's also great for those who want to start early - the folks at this place have both the experience and resources necessary to nurture especially demanding babies. The well-rounded mix of academics and play offered by Primrose School of South Tampa gives little ones the chance to develop motor skills, expand their vocabulary, and establish social habits well before their future classmates learn to do so, let alone stop picking their noses.

Suncoast Academy - South Tampa

4207 W San Miguel St, Tampa, FL 33629

A private care center, Suncoast Academy is well-known for maintaining high standards of both safety and fun. Kids have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities, such as sports, art, and even cooking classes. This place is particularly unique in the communication styles it uses on a daily basis. English is great, sure. But Spanish and American Sign Language? That's more than what most adults know. Suncoast Academy is quite flexible in its schedules, offering both summertime and full-year care to parents who need a reliable babysitter.

Best Child Care in South Tampa FL

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The Goddard School of South Tampa

2401 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33609

The Goddard School of South Tampa shouldn't just be thought of as a daycare - considering the breadth of academic resources on hand, it's more like a university for toddlers. The center brings together an experienced staff, modern amenities, educational tools, and a strong curriculum that encourages children to develop reading, writing, and mathematics skills in a safe and nurturing environment. That isn't to say that things aren't fun, though; The Goddard School of South Tampa hosts plenty of fun activities throughout the year, including Food Truck Fridays, movie nights, and book fairs. Your little one will fall in love with the concept of school in no time!

Kiddie Kollege Baby World

4350 S Manhattan Ave, Tampa, FL 33611

If toddler university seems too formal, consider Kiddie Kollege. This place is well-loved for its familial and welcoming atmosphere. It's the perfect place to make lifelong friends, not to mention play and learn with no limits. Kiddie Kollege Baby World offers a variety of activities for children ages 0-5 and opens as early as 6:30 AM should you need to get to work before the sun rises. Some of the activities offered include music, movement and art classes, storytime, playgroups, and science experiments.

Children’s Nest Day School in South Tampa

2601 W De Leon St, Tampa, FL 33609

Children’s Nest Day School isn't just one daycare, but a locally-owned and operated chain of seven centers in Florida. The South Tampa location is super popular for its hands-on approach to programming and flexibility. Choosing to enroll your child here means you have access to a full daycare curriculum, after-school care and summer camp programs for kids aged 1 to 12. The teachers at Children’s Nest are certified teachers who bring decades of combined experience in early childhood development. They get elbow-deep with students in all sorts of activities and clubs, from music, cooking, and language to STEM, history, drama, and even driver's education when they're old enough.

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