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Child Care

Provided by: Dundonald Child Care Co-operative

Service Description

A licensed child care facility that provides care and supervision for up to 30 children between the ages of 18 months and 12 years. Child Care Subsidy accepted. 

May be able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.

Parent run board of directors with the opportunity to volunteer.   


  • Believe children deserve the benefits of quality childcare.
  • Believe a positive, pleasant, nurturing, and happy environment leads to children learning and growing to their potential.
  • Child-directed atmosphere that allows children to have choices in their activities.
  • Believe that children need some family grouping time and age grouping times, which incorporate a wide variety of activities and interests that provide children opportunities to develop their social, emotional, cognitive, and gross motor skills.
  • Believe that children need to learn non-violent, non-sexist, non-racial, and non-gender specific examples, so they may develop positive solutions to their problems, conflicts, and issues.
  • Children are taught to be responsible for their own actions and that there are consequences and reactions on such actions.
  • Welcome parent involvement as part of personal growth for their child.
  • Parents are welcome at the centre to come observe, share ideas, and see how their child is doing. 
  • Encourage involvement in areas of fundraising, repair and maintenance, co-op time, the Board of Directors, as well as volunteers for field trips.

Programs and Activities

  • Has a more structured day which is play-based.
  • Children are always allowed choices and developmental appropriateness is always taken into consideration.
  • School-age children are escorted by childcare supervisors to and from school.
  • Children are asked which centre they would like to play in and are given time to switch if needed.
  • Provided with activities that foster independence.
  • Centres toys, sensory tables, and activities are dependent on children’s needs and interests.
  • Children go outside twice a day weather permitting – stay outside from forty-five minutes to an hour and thirty minutes every day.
  • Tries to include stories, games, and activities of different countries because children are very diverse.


  • Very important in the centre as they want children to develop healthy eating and physical activity habits, at an early age, which is crucial in early childhood.
  • Nutrition is very important to children’s physical and mental development to grow and develop.
  • Educators eat with the children during meal time to set a good example, especially when teaching to take turns and share.
  • Five week menu, which is rotated every week.
  • Children are given two snacks and a lunch every day.
  • Meals are based on Canada’s Food Guide so that children are getting adequate variety and amounts of foods from the four food groups.
  • Morning and afternoon snacks consist of two food groups including vegetables or fruit.  
  • Lunch is composed of three or more food groups.
  • Milk is offered twice a day – juice is offered twice a week and is unsweetened – water is also offered.
  • Children with special diets are provided with special food.



Children between the ages of 18 months - 12 years.
May be able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.

Application Process

Call for information. Accepts drop-ins for school-age children - call first.


Toddlers (18 months - 2.5 years) $780.
Preschool (2.5 years - 4 years) $720.
Kindergarten Part Time: $680 Full Time: $460.
School Age (6 years - 12 years) Part Time: $250 Full Time: $460.
School-Age Drop-In: $7.00 per hour, or $42 per day. (Call for availability).
Child Care Subsidy accepted.

Business Line: 306-382-2116

Hours of Operation

6:30 am - 6:00 pm.


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Dundonald Child Care Co-operative


151 - 3240 33rd Street West
Saskatoon SK  S7L 6S9

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Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm.


Multiple levels. No elevator or ramp.

Business Line: 306-382-2116


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