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Welcome to

Treasure Garden

Come Grow With Us!

7251 Yonge St. Innisfil, Ontario Canada

Junior Toddler

(12 months to 22 months)

Lots of interesting activities are created in TGC programs so children are continuously learning and having fun in a safe and stimulating environment, tailored to their development and interests.

Senior Toddler

(22 months to 30 months)

Building on a routine of learning!


Activities such as literacy time, dramatic play, art and craft mediums, music and songs, sensory challenges and fun outdoor play and learning.

Junior Pre-k

(2.5 to 3.5 years old)

Our teacher's main focus is on an enhanced curriculum that represents each child's academic ability and provides mental and physical stimulation through play!

Fine motor skills are developed and sight word recognition begins for the early reader. Learning letters, words and numbers through song engages the child in active learning.


Senior Pre-k

(3.5 to 5 years old)

Teachers strive to introduce and scaffold skills in math, science, reading, writing and geography. Learning through song and musical instruments are also incorporated in these programs. 

Outdoor play includes learning about how things grow, planting and nature walks and activities. 

Working towards success through play for kindergarten!

Spaces are filled in all of our programs with a waitlist at this time. 

Children at the MacLaren Art Centre

Our Program Statement

Treasure Garden Childcare Center programs are based on the “Early Learning for Every Child Today” (ELECT) framework which involves principles that reflect the development of children's social, emotional, cognitive, communication/literacy, and physical skills. TGC practices Emergent curriculum with the philosophy focused on meaningful learning through play using the interests of the child and expanding their horizons.  

This approach to learning is detailed in the document provided by the Ministry of Education titled "How Does Learning Happen?" Ontario's Pedagogy for the Early Years (2014).  This philosophy is used as a foundation within our program to foster a sense of belonging, well-being, expression, and engagement for all children here at TGC.

"How Does Learning Happen?" provides a way to think about the ELECT principles and how they work together.

What Parents Think

"The centre is so welcoming and organized. I feel so happy to be dropping off my son knowing he will be so well taken care of. I love the report of his day." 

Nicole M.

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