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We offer affordable child care services where we combine education and imagination.


MCC takes a holistic approach to caring for you child

Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm M-F  

Age: Infancy – 5 years old


Modern child care offers affordable rates and multi-child discounts for your families needs. All first shift kids get breakfast, two snacks and lunch. First shift offers a Preschool setting with an emphasis on Kindergarten prep. Here at MCC we do our best to provide a safe environment where your child can have fun and learn all at the same time

Activities include

  • Colors
  • S.T.E.M
  • Shapes
  • Walking in line
  • Listening
  • Sitting  
  • Manners
  • Community Walks
  • Yoga
  • Gardening

Hours: Monday – Friday

6:00 pm –  9:30 pm M-F   (*Please call if you need childcare later then 9:30 pm)

Ages:  Infancy – 10 years  


Modern child care is one of the few local child care centers to offer evening care. Based on market research we are also one of the most affordable evening care centers in Wichita. Second shift runs a little different than first shift. Second shift services include:

  • Tutoring
  • Dinner
  • Snack
  • Movie
  • Sleeping mat
  • Teeth brushing  
  • Activity time    

Hours:  Monday – Friday

1st shift: 7:30 am – 5:30pm

2nd shift: 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm


MCC offers drop-in-care or daily rates. You can come when you want and pay when you come. This is an awesome service for parents with a sporadic work schedule. Maybe you don’t need daily daycare but could use a few hours to yourself. Don’t want to drag the kids to that Doctors appointment? If you can relate to these situations drop-in-care maybe a good fit  for you. Drop-in-care offers two shifts 1st shift; 7:30 am – 5:30pm, 2nd shift 6:00 pm – 9:30pm M-F.

Drop-in-care services include for each shift.


  • Meal
  • 2 Snacks
  • Activity

Hours: 7:30am -5:30pm

  • Minimum of 3 hours   
  • Must call Friday to secure spot for Saturday (not guaranteed unless paid in advance)
  • Spots are secure when childcare is paid in advance
  • Recurring customer get a discount
  • $10.00 off for every third child discount
  • Saturday service is not included in Monday – Friday service


We provide a well rounded learning experience.

Children will develop autonomy and confidence to experience new social situations by learning to:

  • Share
  • Take turns
  • Respect, tolerate and understand differences between self and others
  • Celebrate differences and unique gifts of self and others
  • Express feelings and ideas, listens to feelings and ideas
  • Develop empathy skills
  • Learn to take responsibility
  • Cooperate with others and accept limits
  • Learn self-control and accept logical consequences
  • Develop self-esteem, positive sense of self, confidence
  • Practice solving problems alone and with peers, teachers
  • Develop pride in work displayed
  • Becoming comfortable with classroom routine and schedule
  • Being comfortable asking for help from the teacher
  • Practicing hand washing and bathroom hygiene
  • Dressing self-including shoes, socks and outerwear, hats, mittens
  • Locating and caring for belongings
  • Setting goals and celebrating achievements
  • Sharing the teacher’s time with classmates
  • Serving self and peers snacks and drinks
  • Experiences the local community through field trips
  • Strengthen eye-hand coordination
  • Strengthen pincher grip (puzzles, play dough, )
  • Develop muscles necessary for writing
  • Gain self-awareness and confidence through practice
  • Express self using a variety of art mediums, writing tools
  • Develop coordination needed to perform self-help skills (dressing, shoes, laces and velcro, buttons and zippers, turning on water, opening doors)
  • Develop body awareness
  • Develop sense of body control
  • Group cooperative games
  • Sand and water play
  • Climbing
  • Swinging
  • Practice balance (stand on one foot, yoga, dancing)
  • Practice age appropriate group games (parachute, Duck, Duck Goose, bean bag toss, soccer)
  • Move body in different ways (skip, hop, jump, gallop, run, sun sideways, crisscross, backwards, upside down)
  • Understand health benefits of physical fitness
  • Understand holistic approach to health (fitness, nutrition, relaxation)
  • Develop a love of reading and a respect for books
  • Be introduced to a variety of genres: picture books, concept books, alphabet and counting books, realistic books, fantasy books, biographies
  • Memorize predictable pattern books
  • Associate reading with learning, imagination, wonder, pleasure
  • Learn parts of story: beginning, middle, end
  • Learn story elements: characters, plot, setting, and theme
  • Practice predicting what happens next
  • Practice repeating words and phrases
  • Imagine different endings
  • Learn book care
  • Learn library etiquette
  • Recall events from story, sequence of events
  • Become familiar with layout of a book (front to back, top to bottom and reading left to right)
  • Learns that one reads words not pictures, pictures provide contextual cues
  • Gain ability to comprehend story from looking/listening to picture books and listening to book on cd/teacher reading without visual cues (chapter books)
  • Puppets
  • Recognize letters
  • Associate letters with sounds
  • Letter banks
  • Recognize name, classmate’s names
  • Simple sight word recognition (Dolch list, names, classroom areas)
  • Word banks
  • Enjoy nursery rhymes
  • Letter-sound associations including recognize beginning and ending sounds
  • Simple rhyming words
  • Learn fingerplay and songs
  • Writing letters and words (play dough, salt and cornmeal trays, child markers and crayons, pencil)
  •  Identify environmental print (classroom labels, street and traffic signs, familiar logos and restaurant signs)
  • Explore picture sorts
  • Gain competence with puzzles
  • Experience simple keyboards and appropriate computer skills
  • Solve simple riddles and story problems
  • Introduced to Math Their Way (hands on, sequenced learning)
  • Free explore math manipulative materials
  • Patterning with manipulatives and real objects
  • Sorting
  • Counting forwards and backwards
  • Concept of number, number sense
  • Classifying
  • Graphing
  • Measurement
  • Math vocabulary such as opposite, backward
  • Math predicting
  • Real life math problems in the classroom
  • Colors and shapes
  • Picture and object sorts
  • Blocks and puzzles
  • Sensory exploration including water play, rice and beans, cornmeal, salt and noodles- pouring, funnels, measuring, stirring, scooping
  • Opportunities to speak in front of peers
  • Being introduced to a variety of appropriate music genres
  • Learning music concepts such as rhythm, beat, lyrics, tune
  • Dress up including encouraging
  • Role-playing
  • Playing musical instruments
  • Musical games
  • Create visual art while listening to different music genres
  • Sing alongs with other classrooms
  • Dancing
  • Body awareness games
  • Experience real life science lab experiments
  • Make predictions
  • Ask questions to form a hypothesis
  • Curriculum content includes physical, earth, life and environmental science topics
  • Seasonal nature activities
  • Outdoor classroom learning
  • Collecting and graphing data
  • Making predictions
  • Appreciate cultural and social diversity
  • Study community helpers
  • Historical figures
  • National Holidays
  • My Family
  • My Community
  • My School Community
  • Concept of now and then/before and after/timelines
  • Monthly concepts and related field trips and school guests
  • Seasonal and holiday festivals and traditions
  • School community celebrations

Children will learn healthy eating and drinking habits relate to overall lifelong health, fitness and happiness by:

  • Allowing parents to send in lunches and snacks if proper documentation is provided to address allergies, food habits, religious and nutrition requirements
  • Eating healthy school lunches and snacks
  • Cooking projects use fresh ingredients, when possible
  • Encouraging healthy choices of fresh ingredients

Children will look at the present through art from the past helps cultivate a  climate of appreciation of diverse contributions by:

  • Discovering famous artists and their works
  • Relating art to literacy- art tells a story
  • Developing imagination through seeing an art piece
  • Recreating art styles (collage, pointillism, watercolors, charcoal)
  • Learning basic courtesy such as please, thank you, excuse me
  • Waiting until all are served to eat
  • Hello and goodbye greetings
  • Making introductions and making guests feel welcome
  • Knowing what makes a friend and being a friend
  • Caring for work space and classroom and playground clean up
  • Positive conflict resolution within peer groups
  • Know first and last name
  • Know address, parent’s cell numbers
  • Stranger danger
  • Fire safety
  • Car safety
  • Sun safety
  • Playground, park and pool safety

Early exposure to STEM excites and engages students in a lifelong endeavor to the future of education. Our STEM-focused curriculum is an integration of all subject areas and incorporates hands-on activities, manipulatives, and lessons that introduce those concepts to our students.


Thank you for visiting the site. We welcome the opportunity to be your family day care provider.