shirin maleki

Thank you for visiting Sweet House Family Child Care.My name is Shirin; and I am happy to tell you a bit about my education and background. I received my bachelor in clinical child psychology in Iran, and last year I attended “Good Beginnings: Professional Development for Family Child Care Providers” courses at Vancouver Community College. From then, I worked with infants and toddlers at different day cares. I am so blessed to be the mother of 3 happy and self-confident children. I love children and I believe children are the most precious gifts from god to us.

Roya Soleimani

Maliheh Ardeshiri | I studied Early childhood education in Vancouver Career College and I have a beautiful daughter who is 18 years old and lives with me My love of teaching children is what makes me a great daycare teacher. I love to watch these young minds grow and treasure my part in preparing kids for the future. It is this dedication and focus that makes me an ideal fit for sweet house I have worked as a daycare teacher for the last 3 years in daycare and, while I love my job, I am relocating to your area. I look forward to the challenges of a daycare . It only means I have the chance to touch more lives. I truly believe that daycare is one of the most important milestones in a person’s life, so I strive to make it the most positive experience possible.

Every child is unique and we believe that success and growth come from encouragement andpraise. We focus on building every child’s self-esteem and confidence through positive feedback and rewards. A child sees the world around them with wonder and awe, we believe inencouraging their natural curiosity and help them build on it. Nurturing, healthy, and safe environment are necessary for their physical, social, intellectual, and emotional well-being. A tour center, each child is valued as a unique individual with their own personality. To encourage and guide children in a healthy, professional, and reassuring manner with respecting individualism and diversity, our goal is to allow children the freedom to play, expand their personality, foster independence, being creative, and to build self-confidence.