3709     Pulaski Highway     Suite #3     Abingdon     Maryland 21009


Wise Choice Child Development Center

Open Monday - Friday

6:30am - 6:30pm

Frequently Asked Questions

We try to anticipate questions you might have about our child care center. If you have further questions, please go to our Contact Us page to send us an email and we will respond quickly. 



What do we provide to the center?

Depending on the age of your child, you would provide the following items:

For a child 6 weeks to 2 years

We require you provide atleast three or four changes of clothes, a large pack of diapers, and food/formula for all meals. If clothes become soiled, we change your child and send the clothes home with them that day. If diapers run out, we notify you several days before they run out so you can bring more in. The food can be brought in daily (like formula) or bought in bulk (such as the Gerber childrens snacks and meals). We have a refridgerator and microwave, and can chill or heat up any meals. 

For a child 2 years to 4 years 

We require you provide atleast one or two changes of clothes, and lunches daily. We provide the AM and PM snacks, so you only need to pack for one meal. We ask you send the lunch in a lunch box to prepare your child for a school setting so they are prepared for school later on. If your child is potty training, we ask for extra underwear and pants, as well as the pull ups your child is currently using. We will notify you several days beforehand if we are running low. 


What does my child do during the day?

While the exact activity during a time period depends on the room and the lessons for the day, your child every single day is learning new skills and advancing in their social skills. Our teachers build activities for your child so that they may learn something new, and keeping it age approporiate. This means while an 9 month old may learn about body movment and learn to crawl over a box, a 3 year old is using their feet to push peddles on a scooter. We announce our weekly themes in our monthly newsletter, and you will see the product of their hard work in their art that they bring home and the stories they tell of that day. 


Can I visit my child during the day?

Of course! If you ever wish to stop into the center to observe your child, our doors are open to you. 

We do not allow relatives or friends to visit during the day, only the parents/guardians. If you do not have a child currently enrolled and wish to stop in for a tour, you much schedule an appointment through our Contact Us page.