Grayslake IL Daycare

Find Grayslake, Illinois daycares and preschools. Daycares provide information on licensed infant and child care assistance, 24 hour and weekend day care centers, montessori, private, and public facilities.

4-Kids Child Care Center 61 Center Street Grayslake IL 60030 847-548-8438

Center Street Kindercare 130 South Atkinson Road Grayslake IL 60030 847-223-3918

College Of Lake County Child Care Center 19351 West Washington Street Grayslake IL 60030 847-543-3234

Gloryland Preschool 607 West Belvidere Road Grayslake IL 60030 847-548-8011

Grayslake Area Coop Nursery School 960 Harris Road Grayslake IL 60030 847-223-3982

Kindercare Learning Center 790 North Lake Street Grayslake IL 60030 847-548-8937

Klcsp Dba Champions @ Woodland El Px 17261 West Gages Lake Road Grayslake IL 60030 847-360-0029

Mary's Peppermint Stick Pre-School 31 Park Avenue Grayslake IL 60030 847-223-3615

Peppermint Stick Preschool 40 South Whitney Street Grayslake IL 60030 847-223-3061

Precious Lambs Preschool 285 East Washington Street Grayslake IL 60030 847-223-3178

Prime Time 2 Childrens Center 1838 East Belvidere Road Grayslake IL 60030 847-548-8345

Tech Campus Infant/Toddler Center 19525 West Washington Street Grayslake IL 60030 847-543-3609

About Grayslake Daycares

Grayslake Daycare is a service that supervises and cares for children too young to be left alone during periods when parents or guardians are unavailable, due to work or other commitments in Grayslake, IL. Daycare services are typically used for children too young to attend school or preschool, or for school-aged children that need supervision immediately before or after school hours.

You may contact Daycares for questions about:
  • Grayslake home, private, and public daycare programs
  • After school programs and supervision
  • Grayslake childcare programs and services
  • Educational programming
  • Health and safety policies and regulations
Types of Daycare

Daycare services in Grayslake, Illinois come in a variety of forms, including Daycare Centers operated by private businesses, non-profit and religious organizations, and government agencies, as well as Home Daycares run by individuals. While Daycare usually refers to the supervision and care of children, somewhat comparable services for elderly or disabled adults also exist, which are usually referred to as Grayslake Adult Daycares.

Illinois Licensed Daycare

All Daycare services are regulated extensively by Illinois State agencies. The regulation and licensing of Daycare services usually falls within the Illinois Human Services Department or the Office of Early Childhood. Regulations concerning Grayslake Daycare services address staffing levels, the design and safety of physical spaces, accessibility, food, and programming. Grayslake background checks of all staff members are almost universally required.

Grayslake Daycare Centers

Daycare Centers are operations that provide daycare in a setting other than a private home. They are typically larger and provide a classroom-style format that groups children by age. Most Grayslake Daycare Centers offer structured programming, and many are accredited as providers of early learning programs. Illinois State regulations determine how many adult staff members are required per child, based on the children's age. Infants typically require at least one adult for every three infants. The ratio of children to adults increases with the children's age to a maximum of approximately ten children per adult staff members, though this varies by state. Daycare Centers are usually owned and operated by Grayslake private businesses, non-profit organizations, or religious organizations. Government involvement in Daycare is usually limited to subsidizing Daycare costs for low-income families, though there are some examples of government owned and operated Daycare Centers in Grayslake.

Grayslake Home Daycares

Home Daycares are run by an individual and provide childcare in a home in Grayslake, Illinois. The licensing requirements and regulations for Home Daycares differ somewhat from Daycare Centers. In addition to adult to children ratios, IL law imposes a total maximum number of children that can be cared for in a single home. Safety and design requirements also differ from Daycare Centers.