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Professional Center for Child Development

32 Osgood Street, Andover, MA

Costimate: $356/wk

"The Great Summer Adventure!" Our summer preschool program runs from July 7 - Aug 15, MWF 9-11am. Registration is flexible: you may register for one week or 6 weeks - one day a week, or all three! Reserve your child's spot by May 16!

For the past 40 years, The Professional Center for Child Development's mission has been to provide therapeutic and educational services for children of all abilities and their families, working with each child to develop to his or her full potential. We strive to eliminate barriers to growth and development for children with disabilities and families coping with health issues and challenges.

Our Two by Three Preschool experience for ages 3 to 5 years focuses on the child's social and emotional development by fostering independence, self-reliance and positive self-esteem using a developmental curriculum. We have small classes with a teacher/child ratio of 1:3. We offer a rolling enrollment for children of all abilities. We find that integrated classrooms allow children to gain a greater acceptance for one another's differences and abilities. Our Two by Three Preschool sets children on a path for future educational success. Classes meet 9:00 -11:45 on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. We also offer a flexible 6 week summer preschool program.

Our Saturday "Play Pals" group is designed for 3-5 year old children who would benefit from a small group setting for developing important speech-language and social skills using play-based therapy. Play Pals meet on Saturday mornings from 10:00-11:30.

We also offer Two by Two Toddler groups for an integrated toddler experience. Our playgroups for 2 and 3 year olds focus on play and positive social interactions. Children strengthen their sense of independence, preparing them for their future preschool experience. We have a flexible & ongoing enrollment with groups running throughout the year. Morning, afternoon, and summer sessions available.

Our Developmental Day School provides a comprehensive educational and therapeutic program for children ages 3-10 who have multiple disabilities, moderate to severe developmental delay, complex care needs or medical needs. As the Agency's original and longest running program, the school has been in existence since our opening in 1973.
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I just earned my CDA (Child Development Associate's), a national credit, so that I can teach young children nationwide. I strive to be the best educator that I can possibly be, taking courses and learning throughout my time working in order to better myself and the program. My first priority for the program is making sure the children are safe. It is an absolute non-negotiable! I want to bring up the children as a whole person: physical, emotional, social, cognitive, as well caring, compassionate, and respectful little humans. I provide a bilingual curriculum in both English and Chinese, on top of the Montessori method.

We love to play, it is so fun! They go to school to play, and in every activity they do, they are learning. It is the beauty of working with children. When we play with blocks, they are learning colors, shapes, counting, sorting, and more. When they are playing with Play-Doh, they are learning creativity and how to use their imagination, while building hands-on skills. The sensory and language aspects of, 'this bucket of play-doh is dry,' and 'this one is smooth,' is infinitely important in their little brains as well. There is so much to gain from playing. I want them to have every opportunity imaginable to learn through play.

The benefit of a small program in a home environment for the children is that they learn how to deal with different personalities, conflicts, and more. They are little, but they learn from the examples set not only by adults, but by the other kids as well. Children can teach each other how to share, how to be patient, and how to ask for permission. I had one little girl teaching a little boy how to ask to use a toy, whether it was right then or when a peer was done with it. She asked for permission, the child said yes, then they said, 'thank you,' and 'you're welcome,' and the little boy observing learned. Prior to that, he had been taking toys without asking. It is so rewarding to see the kids growing up and learning how to behave on a daily basis in a safe environment.
We also teach the children about gratitude. It isn't only during Thanksgiving that we talk about this. The children are taught to say 'thank you for dropping me off!' to their parents in the morning. Before we sit down to eat lunch, we do a family-style meal where we all sit together during breakfast, lunch and snacks, we say thank you and are aware of the gratitude of having food to eat.

There is so much to teach the children and my program ensures that they learn as much as they can to launch themselves into a bright, successful future with all of the tools and development they need.

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In 2021 what types of preschool can I find near me in Andover, MA?
There are two main types of preschool programs you can send your kids to in Andover, MA. The first is a full-time preschool program that usually works well for parents working full-time shifts. The second is a part-time preschool program where you can enroll your child for 2-3 days per week and typically choose between a morning or afternoon shift. A part-time preschool can be a great option if you want to ease the transition of this new learning experience for your child. You can also check your options in Andover, MA for traditional preschool centers, or private home-based preschools.
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When you begin looking for preschools in Andover, MA ask about the ratio of learning time to supervised play time so you can get a good sense of whether you believe your child's needs will be met. From there, ask about what a typical day consists of, what the safety protocols are and how discipline will be handled. Also, make sure to check directly with the preschool for information about their local licensing and credentials in Andover, MA.
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