What We Offer | Dallas daycare services

Curriculum and Activities

Munger Square Child Care offers a variety of lesson plans and activities designed specifically for each age. Our teachers also incorporate some other curricula and professional ideas into their daily activities to meet the needs of children at different ages and learning levels.

Spanish lessons are included in our daily curriculum.

Daily Report

At the end of each day, parents are provided with a written report of each child's activities, including what was eaten, if/when the child slept, number of wet and dirty diapers or potty visits, what kind of day the child had in general, what outdoor and/or indoor activities the child participated in, and general comments or questions for the parent from the child's teacher.

We understand that parents rely on good communication for a clear understanding of their child's day while in our care. We welcome conversations between parents and teachers any time, but we also value each parent's time and understand that busy schedules don't always permit inquiries on a daily basis. Our daily reports provide basic information that can be communicated quickly and easily without requiring the parent to ask.

Tuition and Class size


Wait List fee: $ 100 ( The Pre-registration form hasn't been updated with the new price , we apologize for the inconvenient).

One-time registration fee:  $200 for all ages


Annual supply fee:  $200 for all ages 

Summer Supply Fee: $ 100.00


Infants:   $265.00 per week

Toddlers:   $255.00 per week

24 months and older    $245.00 per week


***Meals, snacks, and breast milk or formula must be provided daily for Infants 6 weeks to 11 months.***

***Meals are provided for children 12 months and older***


Monday through Friday  

7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Our daycare center is open year round except for major holidays and severe weather closures (consistent with DISD weather closures).


The child-to-teacher ratio varies according to age group at all daycare facilities. Munger Square Child Care's ratio tends to be smaller due to classroom sizes, providing more individualized attention and a more controlled, comfortable, family-friendly environment than what is typically found at larger daycare centers.


0-11 months                4:1     
12-17 months              5:1     
18-23 months              9:1     
2 years                      11:1 

Due to the smaller-than-average class sizes, spaces are more limited at Munger Square Child Care than at larger daycare centers. We maintain a waiting list for each class, accommodating families to the best of our abilities whenever there is an opening in a classroom.

Parent Advisory Board
Parents are welcome to participate in our daycare center’s Parent Advisory Board. For more information, please see our PARENTS page.


Programs by Age Group

Infants 6 weeks - 11 months

At this age infants require a clean, safe and nurturing environment. They need attention, are eager to communicate, and are aware of the world around them. It is important to meet their needs by:


  • Responding when they cry
  • Meeting their basic needs 
  • Providing continuous physical interaction
  • Talking, reading, and singing
  • Using puppet shows as teaching tools
  • Playing appropriate music for their age
  • Promoting tummy time
  • Providing floor time for development of gross motor skills
  • Introducing toys suitable for fine motor skills and sensory stimulation
  • Outdoor time
  • Maintaining an inviting environment for quiet and active time.

Young and Older Toddlers (12 months and 2 years old )

At this stage toddlers are mostly about exploring the environment around them and testing their own physical abilities and limitations. Curious toddlers need a safe environment with plenty of space to explore and make discoveries. We provide the right furniture, toys, and most importantly supervision to make sure this experience is safe and fun. Daily activities include:



  • Finger play and singing
  • Circle time
  • Large and small muscle activities (indoor and outdoor )
  • Sensory stimulation
  • Language development
  • Cognitive development
  • Directed activities and play
  • Independent activities and play
  • Teaching them Self- discipline
  • Expressing their feeling openly
  • Teaching them the meaning of sharing
  • Teaching them self-control
  • Helping them to develop their social-emotional skills
  • Teaching them to develop  their sense of self worth and self esteem 
  • Potty training ( when ready)