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Welcome to Freight House Early Learning & Care Inc.

We strive each and every day to provide the best learning experiences for children, through the delivery of current developmental practices, in a positive, safe and nurturing environment.

We offer an environment where all children can develop a sense of self and belonging through experiences in social, emotional, spiritual, physical and cognitive learning opportunities. That every child has fun and shares the excitement of learning with staff and peers.

All Freight House Early Learning & Care sites are licensed provincially under Manitoba Early Learning & Child Care.

Infant
Education and care provided for 26 children  3 months to 30 months.

Pre-School
Education and care provided for 62  children 24 months to 6 years

School Age
Education and care provided for 24  children  6 years to 12 years.  Located in Dufferin School – WSD1

2018 Closures

Stat closures for 2018 February 19, 2018 – Louis Riel Day March 30, 2018 – Good Friday April 2, 2018 – Easter Monday May 21, 2018 – Victoria Day July 1, 2018 – Canada Day August 6, 2018 – Civic […]

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The Winnipeg Foundation

Our summer school-age program is excited about the continued support that we have just received from Winnipeg Foundation. This grant will be used for transportation costs, meal costs, entrance fees and craft supplies. Thank you for your support!

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What’s New

  We are excited to announce our Lake St. Martin site will be amalgamating into our infant, preschool and school-age sites. Now all our centers will be closer together! Effective July 4,2017.

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The Story of the Fire Bell

Once upon a time there were two friends named B and E. Everyday they would enjoy their painting, playing outside and helping with chores. One day while playing in the daycare they noticed a red fire pull station on the […]

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Importance of Team-work

Importance of Team-work In the center children involve in different activities that emphasize team-work. Teamwork requires children to work cooperatively with others towards a shared purpose. For a team to work together effectively, it takes all members of the team [

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Our Curriculum

For our Curriculum, our center is working towards blending our current emergent curriculum with the Abecedarian Approach. (play-based learning) The Abecedarian`s focus is that Language is the first building block in a child;s development. The Abecedarian approach that w

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