Art And Alphabet Academy - Nutley NJ Child Care Center

(973) 667-8506

About the Provider

Description: Our primary goal is to build educated, well-rounded toddlers and young children.

Art and Alphabet Academy in Nutley, New Jersey offers upscale, affordable, educational childcare to children between the ages of 2 ½ and 6 years old.

Our unique program engages children through exposure to early learning fundamentals they will need as they continue on to kindergarten with a blend of literacy, art, music, dramatic play and science exploration.

The curriculum, which was developed by mastered educators, has been adapted from years of research, training and experience. Daily activities boost language and literacy, encourage sensory, fine and gross motor skills, and much more.

Children who are enrolled at Art and Alphabet Academy will become life-long learners, by gaining independence and exploring their environment. Our interdisciplinary program and techniques meet the educational needs of all children.

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 43
  • Age Range: 2½ to 13
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • District Office: New Jersey Dept of Children and Families - Office of Licensing
  • District Office Phone: 1-877-667-9845 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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