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Phone

Phone

(802) 635-2020

(802) 793-6868

Hours

Hours

7:00AM – 5:00 PM

Location

Location

5186 VT Route 100
Hyde Park, VT

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Mail

Mailing Address

95 Ferry Street
Hyde Park, VT 05655

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Our Classrooms

Infant Classroom

Infants need consistent nurturing with a caregiver who establishes routines that they can anticipate, taking into account individual differences and preferences.  They need opportunities to exercise their developing sensory, physical-motor, communication and social skills. As infants grow and develop, they will begin to adopt a more regular daily schedule that aligns with each other and begins to resemble the toddler schedule. We will encourage this routine while at the same time observing and responding to the infant's individual needs.

Toddler Classroom

At around 18-21 months, Children transition from infant to toddler.  The physical set-up and daily schedule is more like a preschool room than an infant room.  They need an environment that encourages friendship development through freely chosen play activities.  Most of their play is parallel with brief periods of cooperative play that can be extended with supportive adult supervision to sustain it.

Preschool Classroom

Three and four year olds still need extended periods of self directed play in order to develop social skills, language skills and problem solving skills.  They are also ready for some scaffolding that connects their physical relational play experiences to the symbols that represent knowledge in literacy and math. Literacy learning, math, science, music and art will be incorporated in the daily activities through theme units.  The activities will be challenging and geared for success at individual developmental stages.  Observation of children's motivation and interest will determine the emerging curriculum.

In each classroom we try to provide a balance of structured (teacher-led) activities and child directed play/exploration. 

**Please note that schedules are subject to change to meet the needs of the children in the group

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