Pop-Ins Schoolhouse

9083 West Peakview Drive 80123 Littleton, CO
Phone: 303-979-0094
Pop-ins Creative School House

WELCOME
WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO MEETING YOU

Located in Littleton we strive to provide exceptional care in a warm, nurturing and stimulating environment where your child can grow and learn through creative play. We offer a full day program with children attending 2, 3 or 5 days a week. We provide wholesome nutritionally balanced meals using fresh ingredients prepared by our own chef.

Read more

OUR PROGRAMS

14 hours ago

Pop-Ins School

POP-INS SCHOOLHOUSE - OUR NEW BOUNCY HOUSE
Keeping our toddlers and preschoolers happy, active and engaged with our brand new bouncy house. We have also purchased brand new toys and balls for our little ones to entertain themselves and have fun.

All our toys, surfaces and equipment are being thoroughly disinfected morning, evening and throughout the day.

A thank you shout out to all our staff for being so vigilante throughout the day with our little one!

Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us: 303-979-0094
310-993-0219
... See moreSee less

2 days ago

Pop-Ins School
POP-INS SCHOOLHOUSE KEEPING TODDLERS HAPPY AND SAFE 

Just an update for our friends and families of @Pop-Ins Schoolhouse, in Littleton CO.   Our daycare center is adhering to the strict guidelines of the CDC.  In an abundance of caution, the center was deep cleaned and sanitized over the weekend in addition to the cleaning and sanitising we are doing daily.
 
The teachers are watching the children closely in an effort to keep them from getting too close to one another.  Children or staff that have even a low grade fever are immediately being sent home.
 
We have limited non-essential people from entering the center.
 
CDC is recommending as much outdoor time as possible, and we have purchased some new outdoor toys and a bouncy house (which we will santitise daily) in order to keep the kiddos entertained.
 
For the toddlers, anything that goes into their mouths immediately goes into a Yuk bucket to be washed.  We are continually washing the childrens hands throughout the day.
 
We are keeping group sizes in the classrooms to a maximum of 10 children.
 
We are, and continue to be dedicated to the health and well being of the children in our care and want to thank you all for your continued support.

Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us:  303-979-0094
               310-993-0219

POP-INS SCHOOLHOUSE KEEPING TODDLERS HAPPY AND SAFE

Just an update for our friends and families of @Pop-Ins Schoolhouse, in Littleton CO. Our daycare center is adhering to the strict guidelines of the CDC. In an abundance of caution, the center was deep cleaned and sanitized over the weekend in addition to the cleaning and sanitising we are doing daily.

The teachers are watching the children closely in an effort to keep them from getting too close to one another. Children or staff that have even a low grade fever are immediately being sent home.

We have limited non-essential people from entering the center.

CDC is recommending as much outdoor time as possible, and we have purchased some new outdoor toys and a bouncy house (which we will santitise daily) in order to keep the kiddos entertained.

For the toddlers, anything that goes into their mouths immediately goes into a "Yuk bucket" to be washed. We are continually washing the children's hands throughout the day.

We are keeping group sizes in the classrooms to a maximum of 10 children.

We are, and continue to be dedicated to the health and well being of the children in our care and want to thank you all for your continued support.

Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us: 303-979-0094
310-993-0219
... See moreSee less

1 week ago

Pop-Ins School
TODDLERS INDOOR GARDENING PROJECT - 
Sprouting chia seeds is FUN, HEALTHY AND INTERESTING and you can grow them indoors.

You’ll need:
Organic chia seeds – just the regular kind you buy at the supermarket
Organic unbleached cotton (I used some of Eva’s baby wipes – unused of course)
A plate or flat container that’s waterproof 
Water
How to:
1. Place the cotton on the plate. 1-2 layers of the organic cotton baby wipes or roller towel.
2. Wet the cotton with water. Use a water sprayer if you have one or just drip with water. This first time the cotton should be very wet, but not soaking. Let it soak in and then drain the extra water by tilting the plate.
3. Sprinkle chia seeds over the wet cotton and gently press them into the cotton. The seeds need to be close to each other to get a thick little lawn of chia sprouts, but still try to aim for as few layers as possible
4. Place the plate in the window sill or somewhere it will get some light. Though the seeds need light make sure you choose a window that doesn’t get too much direct sunlight – otherwise you risk the seeds drying out too fast.
5. Over the next 4-8 days make sure the cotton doesn’t dry out, while patiently waiting as the seeds start to sprout. Check on the seeds every day and if dry, sprinkle some water on top. Ideally you can use a water sprayer, which your toddler easily can help with, but otherwise just try to gently drip water on the seeds. Make sure that you don’t soak the seeds as you will risk mold growing on them. And you do not want mold.
6. Harvest your sprouts when an inch or so high and enjoy in a salad or soups. If you want your chia seeds higher it will take a few more days.
Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us:  303-979-0094
               310-993-0219

TODDLERS INDOOR GARDENING PROJECT -
Sprouting chia seeds is FUN, HEALTHY AND INTERESTING and you can grow them indoors.

You’ll need:
Organic chia seeds – just the regular kind you buy at the supermarket
Organic unbleached cotton (I used some of Eva’s baby wipes – unused of course)
A plate or flat container that’s waterproof
Water
How to:
1. Place the cotton on the plate. 1-2 layers of the organic cotton baby wipes or roller towel.
2. Wet the cotton with water. Use a water sprayer if you have one or just drip with water. This first time the cotton should be very wet, but not soaking. Let it soak in and then drain the extra water by tilting the plate.
3. Sprinkle chia seeds over the wet cotton and gently press them into the cotton. The seeds need to be close to each other to get a thick little lawn of chia sprouts, but still try to aim for as few layers as possible
4. Place the plate in the window sill or somewhere it will get some light. Though the seeds need light make sure you choose a window that doesn’t get too much direct sunlight – otherwise you risk the seeds drying out too fast.
5. Over the next 4-8 days make sure the cotton doesn’t dry out, while patiently waiting as the seeds start to sprout. Check on the seeds every day and if dry, sprinkle some water on top. Ideally you can use a water sprayer, which your toddler easily can help with, but otherwise just try to gently drip water on the seeds. Make sure that you don’t soak the seeds as you will risk mold growing on them. And you do not want mold.
6. Harvest your sprouts when an inch or so high and enjoy in a salad or soups. If you want your chia seeds higher it will take a few more days.
Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us: 303-979-0094
310-993-0219
... See moreSee less

2 weeks ago

Pop-Ins School
POP-INS LATEST ON CORONAVIRUS - 
I wanted to share with you this email we received from the Colorado Office of Early Education a couple of days ago to assure everyone that we are not being in any way cavalier about how serious this situation is by staying open when schools and so many other businesses have closed.

Daycare centers have been requested to stay open by the Colorado Department of Human Services to take care of the children of parents who are still required to work.

Our center has also informed the department that we would be willing to take care of the children of First Responders who risk their lives daily if the need arose.

We take very seriously this crisis which is changing daily, and we are taking every precaution to adhere to all the recommendations sent to us by the CDC and CDHS.

Truthfully, as with everything else at the moment, we are not sure what tomorrow will bring, but please rest assured that the safety and wellbeing of the children in our care remains our number one priority.

I will continue to communicate with you as things progress.  As always, please call, text, or email me with any questions or concerns.

Thank you all for your continued support and we hope that this will be over soon.  Sending you all our good wishes to stay safe and healthy.

Fida and all the staff at Pop-ins Schoolhouse.

Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us:  303-979-0094
               310-993-0219

POP-INS LATEST ON CORONAVIRUS -
I wanted to share with you this email we received from the Colorado Office of Early Education a couple of days ago to assure everyone that we are not being in any way cavalier about how serious this situation is by staying open when schools and so many other businesses have closed.

Daycare centers have been requested to stay open by the Colorado Department of Human Services to take care of the children of parents who are still required to work.

Our center has also informed the department that we would be willing to take care of the children of First Responders who risk their lives daily if the need arose.

We take very seriously this crisis which is changing daily, and we are taking every precaution to adhere to all the recommendations sent to us by the CDC and CDHS.

Truthfully, as with everything else at the moment, we are not sure what tomorrow will bring, but please rest assured that the safety and wellbeing of the children in our care remains our number one priority.

I will continue to communicate with you as things progress. As always, please call, text, or email me with any questions or concerns.

Thank you all for your continued support and we hope that this will be over soon. Sending you all our good wishes to stay safe and healthy.

Fida and all the staff at Pop-ins Schoolhouse.

Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us: 303-979-0094
310-993-0219
... See moreSee less

2 weeks ago

Pop-Ins School
KEEP TODDLERS ACTIVE AND KEEP BOREDOM AWAY

It looks like Spring break is going to extend into a prolonged home bound stay for us all and with this in mind, we have found a few fun activities for the kids to enjoy.

BUILD A RACETRACK WITH MASKING TAPE:  All you will need is masking tape and some toy cars. The great thing about masking tape is that it sticks to almost any surface (press down lightly on carpet), and twists and turns for curves in the road, and comes off easily with no residue, although I wouldn’t recommend sticking it to any hardwood floors.   Let them design their own patterns and have fun.  They will have days of fun changing up their tracks, adding on parking spaces, garages and gas stations. A great stimulus for their imaginations!

Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us:  303-979-0094
               310-993-0219

KEEP TODDLERS ACTIVE AND KEEP BOREDOM AWAY

It looks like Spring break is going to extend into a prolonged home bound stay for us all and with this in mind, we have found a few fun activities for the kids to enjoy.

BUILD A RACETRACK WITH MASKING TAPE: All you will need is masking tape and some toy cars. The great thing about masking tape is that it sticks to almost any surface (press down lightly on carpet), and twists and turns for curves in the road, and comes off easily with no residue, although I wouldn’t recommend sticking it to any hardwood floors. Let them design their own patterns and have fun. They will have days of fun changing up their tracks, adding on parking spaces, garages and gas stations. A great stimulus for their imaginations!

Pop-Ins Schoolhouse
9083 W Peakview Drive
Littleton, CO 80123
Call us: 303-979-0094
310-993-0219
... See moreSee less

Load more
Pop in
and say HELLO!

Child Care Closure Guidance

We understand that it may be confusing that our school remains open, particularly when many K-12 schools are closing so we would like to share with you the guidance behind our decision to remain open.

The Colorado Office of Early Childhood recommends that child care providers remain open unless they have a confirmed case of COVID-19 in a staff member or child. Early care and learning settings are generally smaller in size than school districts and college campuses. These large settings present a higher risk for widespread transmission than smaller childcare facilities. Additionally, offering child care supports families who must work, particularly to those who perform essential functions in emergency situations, and serves as a consistent source of meals and safe supervision for children
.

It is for these reasons that CDPHE and the OEC continue to recommend child care facilities remain open unless they meet the criteria set by CDPHE and it is for these reasons that we at Pop-Ins follow the child care closure guidance and remain open. We will continue to monitor this evolving situation.

Schedule A Tour