7:30-5:30, Monday through Friday
Registration fee: $100 non refundable
We are proud to provide children with a learning environment that is safe, welcoming, educational and fun.
Our Infant program goes so far beyond regular daycare. Here, babies are made to feel safe, secure, and happy. This class gives warm, caring teachers an opportunity to bond and develop trust with little ones. Each child has a primary caregiver who will guide your child’s development and be your main point of contact NECDC offers a safe, nurturing environment where children learn about themselves and their feelings. They develop relationships with caring teaching staff and with other children. Our goal is to make your baby feel safe and loved. This bond creates confidence in your child so that he or she will be ready and excited to learn new skills while in our care.
Moreover, we build a relationship with you and your family, prioritizing open communication so that we are working in partnership to promote the growth and development of your child. We use the Bright Wheel mobile application to stay in touch with you throughout the day, and we hold parent/teacher conferences two times a year to discuss your child’s progress toward age-appropriate developmental goals.
Our relationship with your child starts with routines, which helps infants feel safe and nurtured, and also helps them learn. We work with you to continue and support the schedule you have developed with your baby. Daily routines at NECDC include:
Your infant will also gain new skills through a variety of enrichment activities in a warm, nurturing classroom environment where they will:
The Toddler Experience at NECDC
These energetic little ones are growing and learning, so we channel their energy into positive learning moments by giving them ample room to move and explore. Our toddler program builds upon our infant program by introducing new activities and learning opportunities that foster the social, emotional, physical and intellectual development of your child. We use the Creative Curriculum, a play-based learning curriculum, in our toddler classrooms.
Teachers encourage and guide toddlers toward the growth of their physical skills and emerging milestones through:
Our curriculum is Creative Curriculum by Diane Trister Dodge. This curriculum for toddlers will help your child extend his/her communication and social skills, learn new thinking skills and practice movement through play. Teachers develop lesson plans based on the emerging skills and interests of the children in their classrooms. There is also time in the day for child-initiated play and discovery. As in the Infant Program, we use the Bright Wheel mobile application to stay in touch with you throughout the day. We hold parent/teacher conferences two times a year to discuss your child’s progress toward age-appropriate developmental goals.
Your child will gain new skills through a variety of enrichment activities, engaging with teaching staff and socializing with one another while:
The Preschool Years - Why NECDC children are kindergarten successful
School readiness refers to more than just knowing the ABCs. We believe that children must also gain “ready to learn” skills, such as how to share information in a group, how to ask and answer questions, and how to solve problems and explore solutions. We take a holistic approach to early childhood education, addressing every aspect of a child’s development. NECDC classrooms engage children intellectually, physically, emotionally, and socially and help prepare children to meet the expectations that both elementary school teachers and parents have for school readiness.
We encourage children to learn through hands-on exploration guided by teachers who inspire curiosity and creative thinking.
The result is well-rounded, confident children who possess the ability to solve problems, make decisions, and engage with others.
NECDC’s preschool and pre-kindergarten program focuses on six aspects of children’s development: social-emotional, cognitive, physical and language/literacy. Our curriculum develops specific skills within each of these categories including:
Preschool and Pre-K children learn through play. We encourage children to develop their skills through activities in:
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.