With 1,306 preschools and child development centers operating in the state of Vermont, the right daycare option is waiting for you. Whether you prefer a larger preschool with an innovative early childhood curriculum or the cozy personalization of smaller daycare centers, there are Vermont childcare centers to fit every preference and budget. Check out the Quick Search box on the right hand side of the page in order to search for childcare providers by zip code or city/state. You can also click on your county and follow the links. You will be able to access information about scores of different childcare providers in your area, complete with reviews, business hours, a street view map, the age ranges the childcare providers service, the size of the service, and where the provider is located.
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Wolcott Public Schools' preschool is an inclusive and interdisciplinary early childhood education program. It offers learning experiences, which foster personal/social, creative, physical, and cognitive development through multi-sensory activities.
The Big Red Barn Daycare is a Licensed In-Home Daycare for a small number of children located in Morrisville, Vermont.
Newbury Elementary School is located on the Newbury Village Common in the lovely Cohase region of Vermont along the Connecticut River. Our talented staff is dedicated to a humanistic approach to teaching and learning. We view ourselves as a community of learners and our teachers see themselves as active participants in the learning process.
Our vision is to educate and empower all students to be life long learners, productive citizens, effective communicators, problem solvers, and creative and critical thinkers.
I will be participating in the Food Program once Registered and am interested in Head Start. Daily Schedule / Routines - This is only a guide and will vary based on age, need, outings, etc. I LOVE routines, however each day is a different combination of kids with different ages, skills, likes, dislikes and personalities, making a very structured day impossible. Activities are usually based on a weekly or bi-weekly theme and vary, to allow different age groups to participate. I have included a schedule of what an average day may look like. 6:00-8:00 Welcome, breakfast and free play 8:00 Wash up, diapering, toileting, brush teeth 8:30 Music and dance time 9:45 Calendar and circle time 10:15 / 10:30 Snack 10:30-12:00 Toddler curriculum, Pre-K centers/ Pre-K curriculum, Toddler centers 12:00-2:30 Lunch and Quiet time 2:30-4:00 Outdoor time (weather permitting) 4:00-4:30 Snack 4:30-6:00 Free choice
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