Our Preschool classroom is for children who are two or more years away from kindergarten. In the preschool, we work on social skills, like turn taking and sharing. We start to create lasting friendships as we practice these skills. We work on colors and shapes. We work on our fine motor skills by cutting, gluing, and painting. We get an introduction to the ABC’s and recognizing and writing our names.
In the Pre-K, we work on the letters, both recognizing them and writing them. We start to learn what sounds they make and string sounds together to create words. We use a choice driven, play based curriculum. We offer lots of choices and opportunities for exploration.
School Age Program
Our school age program offers before and after school care for children in Kindergarten through sixth grade. We open for full days during school vacations, summers, and snow days. The classroom has many stations, including an art area, a computer center, a sports and games area with a foosball table, a dramatic play center, a block area, and more. During summers, we do lots of activities and go on many field trips to fun and exciting places.
Methuen Street Toddler Room
In the Toddler classroom, our goal is to provide children with the learning tools that they will need to enter preschool in a nurturing, loosely structured, and educationally enriching environment. Our curriculum is designed to target age appropriate learning as well as provide fun and exciting activities to ensure that your child’s day is full of great learning experiences. In the classroom, children learn through structured play and age appropriate lessons, songs, and stories.
Methuen Street Infant Room
In the Infant classroom, our main focus is to provide quality, attentive, and loving care for your baby. We provide a fun, nurturing environment that will foster the ever changing needs of your infant on a physical, emotional, and social level. The Infant months are an extraordinary time of growth and development, where your baby will be experiencing and exploring many things for the first time. In the infant room, much individual attention is given to encourage and enhance this exciting time.