Childcare is on hold during COVID and has not been resumed yet. Stay tuned for childcare options in the future. Thank you for understanding.
We Make Childcare Easy and Guilt-Free ;-)
Bring the kids to Wise Wonders Children's Museum during our events for a fun, activity-packed play date! Your children will have a blast at the water table, the air hose tunnels, giant bubble maker and so much more. The second you walk in the door you instantly feel the welcoming, fun atmosphere, and your kiddos can’t wait to go play and won’t want to leave! Wise Wonders is also dedicated to educating children through play in STEM principles and have designed activities that are a fun and unique way to learn.
The amazing staff from Big Sky Imaginarium Daycare will be onsite at Wise Wonders to watch the kids, provide a kid-friendly meal and do fun projects!
Childcare is available for children ages 6-weeks to 12 years old. There's something for every age group! Kids can be dropped off a half hour before events and picked up within a half hour of events ending.
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Meet the Daycare Staff
Lilli Van Dyken - Staff Leader
Lilli has been in the Billings community for over 5 years. She is a mom of 4, 2 of which have grown and flown the nest. Lilli spends her time working, volunteering in her church and homeschooling her kids. Lilli is a warm, caring lady who is excited to love on your kiddos while you have a night out!
Sarah Shugart - Staff Leader
Sarah is a mother of 2 kiddos, 1 boy and 1 girl. She enjoys reading to her children and involving them in STEM activities. She has lived in Billings for 3 years and enjoys all Billings has to offer. Sarah is also an active member of her church. She and her husband will celebrate their 7th Anniversary this year.
Karin Helmig - Staff Leader
Karen and her husband Scott have been married for 16 years. They have been blessed with 8 children biologically and through adoption. Her 3 older children have a rare syndrome which affects them mentally and physically. She tells them everyday they are her warriors and heroes! In 2017, she was named Montana Mother of the Year.