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KIDSWORLD

32 Jennifer Rd, Lowell, MA

Starting at $20/hr

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OUR MISSION

KIDSWORLD CHILD CARE SERVICES mission is to provide exemplary child care by offering a program tailored to ensure high-quality daily experiences for each child.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

We treat the children in our care with respect and strive to instill within each of them a love for themselves and others, as well as a love for learning. We provide each child with an environment that is safe, healthy and promotes learning.

We believe that children learn by doing. We operate a developmentally appropriate program that provides each child with many large group, small group and individual experiences to aid in their cognitive, physical, social, emotional and spiritual development.

We believe that the dedication of our teachers and their desire to provide a healthy environment allows our program to be successful. They are vital to our program and we provide them with all of the support they need to accomplish their mission.

We believe that parents are the primary teachers and role models for their children. We strive to partner with them and to offer them guidance, encouragement, and support in nurturing their children to become responsible adults.

We believe that we must all work together to teach our children how to behave appropriately. We guide the behavior of the children entrusted to us through positive methods such as modeling and helping them to learn the language necessary to express their feelings.

Our greatest hope for ourselves and the children in our care is that we will set the example for them to follow to allow them to reach their highest potential.
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Pridestar Center For Applied Learning LLC-

229 Stedman Street, Lowell, MA

Costimate: $175/wk

Does a regular daycare setting overwhelm your child?

Is your child easily distracted and not able to achieve the growth and development they deserve?

Looking for a smaller, more individualized environment?

About Us

PCAL Pals is a specialized daycare program where young children can be exposed to a social setting but receive more attention and expertise to assist in their growth before entering school. As a subset of the Center for Applied Learning, our program caters to children who may struggle in a typical daycare model. With specially trained staff and an intense social and emotional approach, your child s long-term well-being is our #1 priority. We focus on establishing prerequisite social skills, so your child is prepared for a successful transition to Kindergarten.

The Pals program is a relaxing and caring environment that is dedicated to offer individualized attention but also provide an opportunity to develop meaningful relationships and experiences with peers.

How We Engage Children?
Recognizing the individual needs of each child (i.e. working on food and transitioning challenges, etc.)

Promoting social skills growth Teaching self-regulation and self-advocacy tools

Fostering each child s unique interests and strengths through group and individual activities

Mission

The Pals program focuses on the growth of the whole child through a play-based, creative, interactive programming. We promote this growth through a warm, engaging, and stimulating environment rooted in deep caring, and trusting relationships among staff, children, and families

Philosophy

PrideStar believes young children (ages 3-5) develop best through cooperative hands-on exploration and play, which is at the core of our program. Play develops qualities such as empathy, exibility, communication and capacity to collaborate which children need to lead happy, fulfillled lives. Cooperative play is a primary learning path at PCAL Pals. Our specialized environment provides ample opportunity for skill acquisition through play, to be applied to developing relationships. At this age, we believe that sitting and having a child count blocks doesn't compare to natural peer-supported activities and engagements. We want to capitalize on what engages children at this age so that they are excited for their future.
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