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From San Antonio International Airport: From Airport Blvd, turn right onto NE Interstate 410 Loop Frontage Rd. Take the ramp on the left onto I-410. You will remain on I-410 for 14.2 miles. Take exit 6 toward US-90/Del Rio/San Antonio. The Westlakes Shopping Center is just before exit 6. Merge onto I-410 Access Rd/SW Loop 410 Access Rd. There is a slight right onto the US-90 Access W ramp to Del Rio. Merge onto US-90 Access W. for 6.6 miles. Exit onto TX-211 N/Texas Research Pkwy. You will pass the Golf Clubs of Texas on the right and a new subdivision on the left. Just past Lambda Drive you will see the Citibank buildings on the right. Turn right onto Citibank Drive. Take the first right past the flag poles into the Citibank Child Care Service Center.
  • San Antonio Child Care Center Address: 100 Citibank Drive, San Antonio, TX 78245
  • Phone: 210-677-1543
  • Hours of Operation: M-F: 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Ages Served: Infants, Toddlers, Preschool, Kindergarten Prep, School Age

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Our School-Age Program

Guiding children to experience their world and pursue their interests

Our school-age programs include before- and after-school care, back-up care for school holidays and school closing days, and summer day camp. We provide school-age children with the opportunity to live, learn and socialize in a relaxed setting outside of school.

We offer a wealth of enrichment activities that engage the interests of school-age children. You may find school-age children creating a magazine or a video, playing chess or shooting hoops, tutoring each other or forming a club. Teachers are there alongside, facilitating, guiding and understanding that learning does not have to take on the tone and texture of a school day but rather be filled with fun.

What Parents are Saying

Our greatest advocates are also our closest friends.

"Thank you for everything you do for our son and our family! The ongoing communication you provide to us about our son's daily activities, interactions with other children, and growth experiences help us to feel better equipped as parents."

Our Curriculum Components

The building blocks to balanced education.

  • Language Works Tackling homework assignments, reading chapter books, engaging in long conversations with teachers and peers.
  • Math Counts Measuring weight, length, and volume, using math to solve problems.
  • Science Rocks Investigating forces of nature, developing hypotheses and conclusions, using computers, magazines, and books to explore the world.
  • ArtSmart Studying great artists, individual exploration of performance arts including dance, singing, musical instruments, and drama.
  • Our World Exploring diverse cultures, showing interest in finding solutions to issues of discrimination and injustice, becoming involved in service projects.
  • Well Aware Taking responsibility for a healthy lifestyle through regular exercise and healthy eating, participating in extracurricular activities including team sports and dance.

Learning at Home

Sorting Household Objects

You Will Need:

Items found around the house

Directions:

Ask your child to help put away laundry. Ask your child to sort by light/dark clothes, white/colored socks, winter/ summer clothes, by family member. Ask your child to sort groceries: paper products, dairy products, meats, canned foods. Further challenge is to sort canned foods into fruits and vegetables. Get rid of the pile of shoes by the front door! Can your child match each pair then sort by color, by size, by purpose, i.e. athletic, work, dress up? How else can you sort shoes? After dinner, ask your child to sort the silverware before putting it away. Do you various sizes of spoons, forks and serving utnesils? Work with your child to reorganzie their art supplies. How can crayons and markers be sorted? By broken, whole, width, length, color, type?

Tip:

Your child can decide how to sort and categorized things.

Variation:


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