Open Monday to Friday - 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

The Centre offers a variety of programs to the community which encompasses the needs of parents, caregivers and children from birth to twelve years of age. Together, our staff aspires to deliver quality service, including a safe, nurturing and inviting environment, nutritious meals and fun-filled days both indoors and outdoors, that facilitate growth and friendships.

Announcements & Important Dates

January 3

Resuming normal operations


January Schedule
February Schedule
Parent Manual
User Policies
Service Policies


English Child Care Program


Welcoming back our infants after a wonderful Christmas break, this is the beginning of a new year which comes with new beginnings for our infants such as learning to roll over, crawling, and walking, talking, etc. We look forward to working with all of them to achieve their new goals!!


It’s January and the new year has begun. We are continuing with our focus on communication skills. The children have been improving their communication so much over the past few months. There are going to be lots of fun and messy crafts and activities this month. We have plans to engage with water play, edible paint, and sensory play, so please don’t forget to pack extra clothes. The children have loved being engaged in these types of activities and it’s time to do more and find ways for these activities to foster the growth of communication skills. Happy new year!


For the month of January, the preschool group will continue to explore dramatic play with different play set ups like a restaurant and a construction zone. We will also bring our love of arts outside with snow painting, ice ornaments and making snow animals. Please remember to bring extra warm clothes and gloves.

School Age

December was a fun month, but January will be cool too. We will create art using loose parts we find in the bush, and do activities that focus on anti-bullying and healthy relationships. I am encouraging the children to read, build with legos and be creative in our art station because after a long day at school, they need time to relax. When the snow is piling up and the wind is blowing, what do you do? Most people would stay indoors where it is cozy and warm. Not us! The School Age children will be busy making an ice rink in the yard, having snowball fights, and pulling each other in sleds. We will be outside every day, unless it is too cold. Please remind your children to dress warm and wear their snow pants.







The EarlyON Centre is a free service open to parents/caregivers and their children, which offers a caring and versatile early learning environment and a rich resource centre. We provide a warm social environment for adults and children alike. We also host a range of special activities and events that are sure to make your child’s visit a memorable one.

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To access our calendar and/or to register for a visit, please visit the KEyON website. Our Region is Manitoulin-Sudbury; our Centre is Sudbury North.

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Morning Hours

Monday to Friday – 9:00 to 11:00


Afternoon Hours

Monday to Thursday – 1:00 to 3:30

Saturday Hours

Mornings – 9:00 to 11:30

Babies Afternoon

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Busy Bees

Activity kit deliveries – sign-up required

Community Outreach

Look out for our Special Events throughout the year!


Chapleau Child Care Centre

28 Golf Course Road

PO Box 969

Chapleau ON

P0M 1K0