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Childhood Education Doodles

Quality Programs

The Growing Place provides high-quality care and education for infant, toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and school-age children in Monroe County. Our daycare and early childhood education programs include age specific-curriculum for infants through school age and are available at all three locations.  

Our qualified, caring professionals are committed to supporting the social and emotional development of young children through a developmentally appropriate curriculum aligned with the PA Early Learning Standards. We are committed to celebrating each stage of child development while providing parents with compassionate and reliable childcare services.

Kids at Our Daycare Center
Childlike Doodling

Our Day Care & Educational Programs

Early Education Center for Toddlers & Infants

Infant & Toddler Care
Ages O-3

Infants and toddlers aged eight weeks to three years are cared for in a homelike environment, where children learn through active play and hands-on experience. Our learning centers' curriculum incorporates age-appropriate stories, music and movement, creative art projects, and activities in our daily routine. These activities are connected to the Early Learning Standards as well as to individual child assessments and goals.

Preschoolers Learning in Our After School Program

Preschool Ages 3-5

The Growing Place offers three different preschool programs which all share the same high-quality curriculum. 

We celebrate each exciting stage of preschool development while fostering problem-solving and critical social and emotional skills. The programs enrich kindergarten readiness through a variety of stimulating activities built around language and literacy, science, math, creative art, and social studies. 

 

Please click below to learn more about the three programs available.

School Age Kids In Our Daycare's After School Care Program

School Age Grades K-5

The Growing Place provides before- and after-school care. In the morning, children may bring breakfast and participate in games and creative art activities or just relax and play with friends. In the afternoon, children are given a snack followed by homework supervision. The children may choose from exciting learning centers as well as physical activities in the gym or outdoors.

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