Grace Church Child Care Center 6725 Montgomery Rd, Elkridge, MD21075 Grace Church Child Care Center offers daycare for children ranging in age from infants up to elementary school students.…More Its preschool program for three and four year olds boasts a 1:10 teacher-student ratio. In addition, the center provides before and after school care for Rockburn Elementary School students.
MarTar Swim School, LLC 6801 Douglas Legum Dr Ste A, Elkridge, MD21075 The MarTar Swim School, LLC offers swim lessons for children as well as pool recreational programs and activities.…More Private and small group lessons are available to sign up for as well as parent and child classes. Family swim, day camp programs, water aerobics and swim parties are also offered here. Children of all ages and ability are welcomed here. The MarTar Swim School is also a Melissa and Doug full retail store
Bricks 4 Kidz 7008 Lennox Ave, Elkridge, MD21075 Bricks 4 Kidz is a STEM-based enrichment program that utilizes LEGO bricks to teach science, engineering and…More architecture to children in elementary school and middle school. It also offers a preschool curriculum as well as parent and child classes for kids 18 months to 3 years of age. Bricks 4 Kidz does birthday parties, summer camps, in-school field trips and special events like Kid's Night Out.
Kiddie Academy of Elkridge 6534 Old Waterloo Rd, Elkridge, MD21075 Run by a pair of Howard County parents, Kiddie Academy of Elkridge is a center serving children during business hours.…More There are programs for infants and toddlers requiring daytime care as well as school-age children in need of after-class activities. Kiddie Academy also offers pre-kindergarten certified by the Maryland State Department of Education. The center provides webcams so parents can watch their children remotely.
The Mailorder Gardening Association 5836 Rockburn Woods Way, Elkridge, MD21075 The Mailorder Gardening Association is a member organization of mailorder gardening and gardening magazines. It provides…More information on gardening products and gardening services through catalogs and magazines of its members. The association meets twice a year to discuss and begin ways to make mailorder shopping for garden products the best choice for consumers. It also sponsors a garden grant program for school age children. For more information, visit the Mailorder Gardening Association website.