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After truning onto exit 2 D for 20th St/Capitol Ave toward the Civic Auditoruim, you will turn left onto Capitol Ave you will pass the Civic Auditoruim on the right. The center is located in the Zorinsky Building, north of the Double Tree Hotel and West of 16th St.

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  • What Omaha Parents are Saying

    about Bright Horizons Child Care

    "Thank you so much for your cheerful presence every day and for being such great leaders for Infant 3. You both create an awesome atmosphere of learning experiences and creativity for the children. We have really enjoyed you both being Liam's teachers. Happy Teacher Appreciation Month!"

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  • REGISTER TODAY

    Camp starts June 2016

    Join Us For a Summer of Fun, Friendships, and Exploration!

    Our summer camp program takes advantage of all that the summer has to offer. Our teachers develop a fun curriculum that uses the surrounding communities and special visitors as an extension of the camp learning. 


    Camp Highlights: 
    • engaging themes
    • daily fitness activities
    • action-packed days
    • flexible scheduling options

    Contact us today for more information, pricing details, and to register. Spaces are limited.

     
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  • The Resilient Child: Supporting Your Family through Change

    A Family Matters parenting webinar.

    Watch our recent webinar to hear from Devereux Center for Resilient Children childhood expert and social worker Rachel Sperry, MSW. Learn how to support your child through big changes and how to encourage the kind of resilience that will help your child weather transitions today… and throughout childhood.


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  • Zorinsky Gazzette

    Respect and Young Children

    What to expect at this age
         Trying to get respectful behavior out of a preschooler is like trying to get blood from the proverbial stone. That's due, in part, to the fact that their language skills are still developing. So, when you tell them it's bedtime, they’re unlikely to say, "I'm really having fun in the bath. I wonder if I could have five more minutes of playtime?" They’re more likely to splash and yell, "No!" with gleeful rebellion glittering in their eyes.
         Youngsters this age are also starting to wonder what kind of power they wield within the family. They start testing a little bit. It’s perfectly normal behavior for preschoolers to do this, and it’s just another part of their development.
    What you can do to teach respect?
    Demonstrate respectful behavior
         We don't generally give our children the kind of respect that we demand from them. It can be hard to wait patiently for a child to have their say, but it's worth it.


     

  • About the Curriculum

    Our unique approach to education.

    Bright Horizons’ The World at Their Fingertips

    Children learn in a variety of ways and at their own pace. Our carefully planned curriculum is designed to inspire your child at every age and stage. Built around extensive research, 21st-century technology, and developmentally appropriate instruction, our curriculum introduces concepts of math, science, language, culture, environment, art and health.

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  • About our Teachers

    Helping children reach their potential

    Our Teachers

    Inspired by knowledgeable child development professionals who understand the balance between nurturing developing minds and caring for tender spirits, children grow from curious infants into explorative preschoolers. Our teachers are all experienced and highly trained, meeting rigid certification requirements. They keep up with the latest techniques in early childhood curriculum and continually develop new skills to guide children on a path to lifelong learning.

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  • Health & Safety

    Because parents need peace of mind

    Well Aware and Staying Healthy

    Our center environment offers children a healthy and safe place to develop and learn. Through our Well Aware program and our Staying Healthy procedures, we set high expectations for creating healthy environments and also foster positive attitudes within children towards healthy living, physical activity, and nutrition.

    We’re proud to provide programs parents can feel good about, and to be recognized as a model for other early education programs by the Partnership for a Healthier America and First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move campaign.

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