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804-744-8700 ext. 226

11700 Genito Road

Midlothian, VA 23112

Monday - Friday:

7:00 am - 5:30 pm


 VTCDC builds its program on the premise that each child is a unique individual with a specific growth and developmental pattern. VTCDC is committed to the belief that early childhood education is vitally important to our children’s future.

Our Programs

The curriculum design at VTCDC is developmentally based and focuses on the individual child’s social, emotional, and intellectual needs and is oriented on six age groups.


(Ages 6 weeks to 12 months)


Your infant will thrive in our safe, attentive, and nurturing environment. We will follow your schedule for feedings and sleep. Our staff will create daily reports about nap times, meals, and diaper changes.


 (Ages 12 months to 24 months)


Our toddler programs are specially designed for toddlers on the go. Daily schedules include gross motor activities, art, music, reading, play time, small group activities, snacks, lunch, and a nap.


Our two year old programs are  designed to help chldren with a  daily routine and potty training. We begin the Abeka curriculm at this age to introduce to them art, music, reading, and bible time.  Gross motor skill activities and play time is also a big part of their day. 


Abeka Curriculum:

Phonics Skills Development-Recognize each letter’s shape and sound

Motor Skills Development-  Practice hand-eye coordination: Trace letter shapes, glue objects on letter shape, work puzzles , fish with magnet on pole, toss a beanbag, Identify articles in a bag by touch, zip and unzip an item, play games that include galloping, tightrope walking, bouncing a ball

Creativity Development- Animal Alphabet Friends (26) Recognize letters on picture flashcards , Practice letter name and sound with Amber Lamb puppet and felt letters, Learn a song for each letter




Abeka Curriculum:

Phonics-ABC-123 contains brightly-colored exercises that will appeal to 4-year-olds and reinforce their beginning phonics and reading skills. Writing with Phonics K4 provides phonics practice later in the year

Reading-Little Books 1–12 and Animal Friends Books 1–8 are the basis of the K4 reading program. The Little Books give children practice reading letters, words, and simple sentences. Each book is short enough to complete in two or three sessions. Later, students are thrilled to be able to read simple stories in their very own Animal Friends readers.


 In K4, children learn to recognize and understand the concepts of numbers. By the end of the year, they will be able to count from 1 to 100, recognize numbers 1–20, distinguish before and after numbers, and answer simple combinations. ABC-123 has practice pages that reinforce the concepts and the formation of numbers 1 to 20 by having children count and color familiar objects.

Developmental Skills-

Readiness Skills K4 includes pages that help develop children’s listening skills and motor coordination through activities such as following instructions, coloring, cutting, and directed drawing. Free art, which allows children to draw or color their own original creations on art paper, will also help develop visual perception and motor skills.


Afterschool - Care

Serivces are provided for the following schools: Evergreen , Clover Hill , Crenshaw , Old Hundred Road, Providence , Spring Run , and Swift Creek Elementary school. We provide daycare during school closings and delays. We also have a Summer Camp program for School Age children during the summer months. 

Little Kicks
Dancing Tots
Stretch N Grow
Summer Camp

VTCDC has educated children for over fifteen years. Our goal is to create a place that engages each child.

Our staff strives to encourage each child’s natural curiosity in the hopes of fostering a love of learning. Your child’s experience at VTCDC is filled with opportunities to master the tasks that are appropriate for his or her developmental level.

     Quality preschool education

     Healthy menus for your children

     Individual attention in small-class setting

     Positive learning and friendly environment

     Comprehensive reporting on individual achievements

     Special events and summer camps