My name is Lynn Moser and I have been doing daycare for nine years at several different duty stations with my husband as we have enjoyed a very blessed Air Force career. We got married in 1990, and moved to England as a young couple. We had our first daughter there at the Bentwaters / Woodbridge bases. We then moved back to the states due to base closure, to Gulfport MS for a few months for my husband’s school to cross train into weather. We then got stationed in Savannah GA at an Army base. In between stations we had our second daughter in Bismarck ND, we then we moved back to Mississippi for additional training, and then got stationed in Minot ND, from there we moved to Anchorage AK, and then it was on to Sumter, South Carolina, where we had our youngest daughter, and finally we were blessed to get stationed in the great state of Nebraska! Go Huskers! We have added to the family again with the birth of our first grandchild.
We are excited to make our home in Bellevue Nebraska, as it has been a long term goal to get to this area. We are nearing the end of our military commitment and looking forward to the next chapter in my husband’s career. I have been affiliated with the Air Force Child care office on base and am currently licensed with Nebraska as well. I look forward to helping you to shape the child’s future learning and development.
Monday – Friday 7:00 – 5:00 or as needed
I want to be a daycare provider because I believe that early education is the basic foundation for all learning in life. It should be filled with a curriculum that is safe, fun and exciting to promote their learning. I believe that children should be allowed to freely express themselves by engaging in activities that enhance their learning experiences. The activities that I use in my daycare are engaging and will promote a love of learning that will enhance their educational adventure.
My Experience, Training and History
I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology, with training in early education to maintain license regulations for the state of Nebraska.
Early Learning Program
The activities that I do with the children will contribute to the children’s social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development. The activities are based on math skills, science activities, to enhance their exploratory interests and social and emotional activities.
I will help all children with pre-reading and writing skills. They will learn these skills through their play, art, music and language.
Our early learning program consists of learning through play and practice. During our learning time we explore the alphabet, learn to write letters. recognize upper and lower case letters. beginning sounds. classification, counting to 20, our colors, shapes and patterns. We learn to write numbers, number values, rhyming words and begin early writing.
Please contact me to ask questions about daycare and openings, I look forward to working with your child and your family