Welcome to Alphabet Soup Day Care Center Inc!

We are glad you are considering our center for your childcare needs.  We offer care for children 6 Weeks to 12 Years old providing Childcare, Preschool, Before and After School Care and Summer Programming.  

At Alphabet Soup Daycare Center Inc., our mission is to provide a safe, healthy and positive learning environment for your child.


Alphabet Soup Daycare Center Inc.

Alphabet Soup Daycare is licensed by the State of Michigan to serve children from 6 weeks to 12 years of age. The mission of Alphabet Soup Day Care Center, Inc is to provide a safe healthy and positive learning environment for your child.

Alphabet Soup Daycare Center Inc admits children of any race, color, nationality or ethnic origins to all the rights privileges, program and activities generally accorded or made available to children in the center. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color national or ethnic origin in administration of it’s educational policies admission policies and center administered programs. The center is open from 5:30 am to 12:00 am (1st and 2nd shifts). Monday through Friday, but closed for all major holidays. In addition we are closed for two days in August for staff work days.

The Philosophy of our program is based on the belief that children learn through their interaction with adults, other children and their environment. Supportive interactions lead the child to a positive self-concept that will provide a sound basis for all subsequent learning. The program focuses on the development of the whole child. It is designed to enhance the social emotional cognitive, physical and creative growth of the child. We emphasize the importance of working cooperatively with parents to achieve that goal. The child development theories that guide the program are those of Jean Piaget and Erik Erikson. Piaget teaches us that children construct their knowledge of the worlds through their activities and interactions. Erickson describes the young child’s emotional development as the process of achieving a sense of trust, autonomy and initiative. These, too, are achieved through the child’s interaction and experience. The program emphasizes developmental appropriateness by meeting children’s individual needs and by using knowledge or normal child development. The appropriateness is express by the environment and interaction in each group’s classroom.