Education Begins Here!!!
Where Creative Learning is Fun!!!
About KIDZ Creative Concepts
A Fun and Dynamic Learning Experience
Whether you're looking for before or after school programs, part-time or full-time daycare, or transportation - school drop off and pick up, Kidz Creative Concepts offers creative learning and experiences for your child at an affordable price.
Welcome to Kidz Creative Concepts, where outstanding childcare begins for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. Kidz Creative Concepts 1 & 2 are located on the Southside of Chicago, 717-723 E. 63rd Street, and 548-560 E. 63rd Street. We strive to create an environment that fosters cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. We are State and City licensed with a motivated staff. All staff is certified and trained in CPR/First Aid. We are open 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, - year round.
Our structured programs include age-appropriate activities in Reading, Math, Science, Writing, Spanish, Art, and Music. Our bright and spacious classrooms are filled with educational materials. Our program provides a safe and healthy environment.
We are located in the Woodlawn neighborhood, within walking distance of the Bessie Coleman Library, Washington Park district, the University of Chicago, local YMCA, and the future Barack Obama Presidential Library. Our facilities are a convenient two-minute walk from the CTA train/bus stations for commuting parents. We offer nutritional meals and snacks. Tours are available during working hours or by appointment for evening or weekend tours. Call today to schedule your visit!
KIDZ Creative Concepts was established in 1998, in the Woodlawn community by Delores Farabee. Ms. Farabee lived in the Woodlawn community and recognized a need to help families secure a better future for their children by providing access to quality and affordable child care. Ms. Farabee started in her home as a family child care provider, and later moved into a center-based child care facility along with her partner and daughter Arnell Thornton-Harris.
Ms. Farabee graduated from Jones Commercial High School and attended Kennedy King College where she obtained an Associate Degree in child development.