The Sunshine House Little Elm, TX
Infant & Toddler Childcare, Preschool & Afterschool in Little Elm
Learning Starts at The Sunshine House of Little Elm!
You can rest assured your child is safe, learning, developing socially and having fun each day at The Sunshine House of Little Elm! Our talented teachers and caregivers focus on school readiness, social, emotional and intellectual development, literacy, problem-solving skills, and what every child needs – love and care!
- Real-time photos and videos with free mobile app
- Large, fun playgrounds with new playground equipment
- School readiness, Spanish, sign language & literacy programs
- Nationally-recognized curriculum
- Healthy meals, snacks, baby food and formula included in tuition
- Secure building with electronic keypad entry
- Bell Elementary
- Brent Elementary
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- Cross Oak Elementary
- Hackberry Elementary
- Lakeview Elementary
- Oak Point Elementary
- Paloma Creek Elementary
- Providence Elementary
Meet Our Director, Faren Manuel
My name is Faren Manuel and I’m the Center Director of The Sunshine House in Little Elm. I have been a part of the Sunshine House family since 2010 as our Explorer’s teacher. I later transferred to our School-age and Pre-K teacher. During my 7 years with the company, I have been able to gain a lot of knowledge and experience with all of the age groups. In July of 2017, I was presented with the opportunity to hold the position of Assistant Director. I have been a part of the Little Elm community since 2004 and I am so honored and excited to take on my role as the Center Director in Little Elm.
I received my Bachelors of Science Degree in Human Development and Family Studies from UNT in 2017. I have my heart in every classroom of our building and cannot wait for what is to come.
When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, going to concerts or a movie, art projects, and off roading in my jeep. I believe as an educator we should cherish our children and value them as a whole. Children learn from interactions and it is important to be a positive role model for them. I promise to listen and value the words of the children I care for and do my best to make a positive impact on the life of every family.