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Our Classrooms

Where Kids Love to Learn

We’ve proudly earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) – the nation’s leading organization of early childhood professionals.

Our programs follow a developmentally-appropriate curriculum that encourages active inquiry-based learning. Early learning sets the foundation for future success. That’s why our teachers plan instruction from their observations of children and their expressed interests, focusing on their physical, emotional, cognitive and language skills.

We also actively engage parents, caregivers and families as partners. We recognize that they are their children’s first teachers and that by working together, we can propel children to success— as they reach kindergarten, and beyond.

We organize our classrooms and design learning activities according to a research-based Creative Curriculum.

Our dedicated teachers:

  • Develop positive relationships with children

  • Foster children’s’ emotional competences

  • Construct purposeful play

  • Partner with families

  • Carefully design the learning environment of our classrooms

At our Center, you’ll find:

  • Seventeen classrooms

  • One infant room

  • Eight toddler classrooms

  • Eight preschool classrooms

  • A before and after school program


We care for infants three to 17 months of age. Each child’s unique needs are addressed by a caring staff people with specialized training in child development


Our highly efficient curriculum guides our toddlers (ages 17 months to 3 years) through playful exploration while helping to establish key skills in these areas: social-emotional, physical, language and communication, cognition, mathematics, arts, science and social studies. For our infants and toddlers, we also use the Early Learning and Developmental Standards (CTELDS) set by the Office of early Childhood Education. These align to the common core standards to help prepare our toddler children for kindergarten.


Three and four-year-old preschoolers are encouraged to make choices, ask questions, explore, solve problems and be creative. At the same time, they learn to understand and respect for other children.

1695 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06120
860.524.5969 | [email protected]

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