We're excited to announce that #LittleBlueTots reopened on Monday, August 3rd. 

We've missed you!  

The safety of our children and their families is our #1 priority, and we've been working diligently to improve the overall health and safety, while caring for children during a pandemic.  Although we cannot eliminate all risks associated with COVID-19, we've taken additional steps to strengthen our policies and procedures to help keep our staff and families safe.

Here's what to expect when you return:

-Parents will be required to drop-off and pick-up at our main entrance, and also wear a mask.

-Children will receive temperature checks and wash their hands upon arrival

-Increased sanitation and cleaning throughout the facility will be enforced

How can Parents help?

-Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds before you leave your home
-Remember to disinfect new and returning items that will accompany your child
-Maintain physical distance from other parents when arriving 
-Please keep your child home if you or your child are not feeling well

Thank you for being a part of the #LittleBlueTots family and stay healthy!

  Little Blue Tots Daycare
| 6225 East Sydney Drive | Fresno, CA 93727 | (559) 840-1848 | LittleBlueTots@gmail.com |
Business Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
License No. 103911169

Cleaning and Sanitizing Policy

Children can spread an infection or illness in a variety of ways, but the most common is putting dirty toys in their mouths. Cleanliness is a major concern for both parents and providers so it’s important that we minimize the possibility of an outbreak occurring.

Toys that children have placed in their mouths are set aside and placed in our “Toys in Mouth” bin and are cleaned by hand with water and detergent, rinsed, sanitized, and air-dried at the end of the day.

Commonly-used items, surfaces and objects are sanitized throughout the day, to include eating, diapering, bathroom, and napping areas.

Other ways an illness may spread is by coughing, sneezing, direct skin-to-skin contact, or touching a contaminated object or surface.

Children are taught to cover their mouths while sneezing, coughing and to also utilize hand sanitizer, tissue and wash their hands frequently.