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Child Care

Provided by: Wynyardigans Child Care Center

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Service Description

A licensed child care facility that provides care and supervision for up to 32 children between the ages of six weeks and six years. Child Care Subsidy accepted. 

Parents have the opportunity to volunteer and fundraise. 

Able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.


  • Believe that all children are individuals and have the right to be respected and nurtured in a safe and stimulating environment.
  • Centre works in partnership with parents, recognizing the importance of the family and valuing their commitment to their children, and supporting parents in meeting their responsibilities to their children.
  • The child’s well-being and personal growth are the essential concerns of the centre.
  • Centre endeavours to provide a secure, loving, and comfortable environment where the children may realize the joy of experiencing life in varied ways, may develop and satisfy their natural curiosity, and may learn to appreciate and respect the humanity of others.
  • Centre provides a carefully planned environment which ensures all children are able to participate to their full potential, by servicing individual needs, while facilitating the child’s growth in the areas of social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development.
  • Guided by the following precepts:
    • Encouragement of individuality, creativity, and self-acceptance.
    • Provision for a variety of experiences.
    • Encouragement of tolerance, open-mindedness, and respect for others. 
    • Self-discipline and respect for the needs and concerns of others.
    • Maximization of parental involvement.
    • Maintenance of health and safety.

Programs and Activities

  • Programs offer many opportunities for choice – there are opportunities for free play, solitude, and creative expressive activities. 
  • Staff attempt to enhance each child’s self-confidence and self-esteem and to set aside time each day for individual attention.
  • Time is set aside for the development of intellectual and problem-solving skills, for creative arts, for learning and the satisfaction of curiosity, for work – including storing toys and participation in food preparation and service, for recreational activities and group exercises, for unstructured play and for rest and solitude.
  • Children are read and sang to throughout the day – as infants mature they are involved in activities that challenge their senses like finger painting with pudding and feeling books.
  • Programming involves the use of interest centres purposefully set out by the staff to encourage a specific type of plan and learning experience that will help the children in developing social, emotional, and cognitive skills – interest centres may include activities such as crafts, block play, table top toys, housekeeping, dramatic play, puzzles, circle times, etc.
  • A minimum of 1 hour of unstructured “in motion” play is provided every morning and afternoon either indoors or outdoors. (Weather permitting – there is at least 1 hour of outdoor play each day)
  • Centre provides an assortment of age-appropriate recreational activities such as climbing, biking, skipping, hockey, soccer, etc. 
  • During free play time, children are provided with a variety of age-appropriate activities for both quiet and active play – i.e. books to read and look at, singing, dancing, table toys and games, water and sand play, role playing, art activities, construction toys, board games, and drawing.
  • From June through August, programming in the centre takes on a more informal and relaxed nature – less time is spent indoors with planned activities and more time is spent visiting places of interest within the community. 


  • Provide varied and nutritious meals and snacks for the children – two snacks and lunch are served daily. 
  • Children are not allowed to bring candy, gum, or other confections.
  • All infant children are fed in accordance with their parent’s request and on their own schedules – table food and 2% milk are provided by the daycare – parents are responsible for supplying jarred baby food, pablum, and formula.
  • Centre serves each child the standard menu – exceptions to this menu are the responsibility of the parent – accommodations may be made to meet the needs of allergies or vegetarian diets.
  • Staff are required to sit and converse with the children during mealtimes and are also encouraged to eat whatever lunch is served as this shows the children healthy eating habits.
  • Menus are carefully planned according to Canada’s Food Guide and weekly menus are posted – the orientation is to basic foods, prepared from scratch, with a minimum amount of sugar, salt, highly refined foods, and chemical additives – fresh foods and those high in fibre are preferred. 
  • Centre is NUT FREE – for the safety of all children attending the daycare, no outside food or beverages will be allowed to come into the centre.
  • Children are encouraged to experiment but are never forced to eat or refused food unreasonably – food is never used as a reward for good behaviour.


Children from 6 weeks to 12 years.
Able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.

Application Process

Call or email for more information.


Full-time: Infants (6 weeks - 18 months) $710 per month, Toddlers (18 months - 30 months) $685 per month, Preschool (30 months and above) $660 per month.
Part-time: Infants $475 per month, Toddlers $450 per month, Preschool $425 per month.
Casual: $7 per hour. (Call for availability).
Child Care Subsidy accepted.

Business Line: 306-554-4150

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm. Closed statutory holidays.



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Wynyardigans Child Care Center


314 Avenue B West
Wynyard SK  S0A 4T0

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Mailing Address

Box 879
Wynyard SK  S0A 4T0

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm, closed all statutory and civic holidays.


Located on main floor. Wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible washroom available.

Business Line: 306-554-4150


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