Getting Ready to Move on to Kindergarten
All the social, physical and cognitive skills They Need
Pre K | 2.5 - 5 Years | Serving Hooksett & Tilton, NH
Teachers Model Love, Kindness, and Gratitude
Hands-On, Montessori-Style Learning with the STEAM Curriculum
Equal Learning Opportunities for Children of all Abilities
Learning Essential Self-Care Skills Every Day
Professional Service Deep Cleans All Classrooms Every Week
Attention To Your Child's Learning Style Considers Differences
No two children are alike. Our expert teaching team knows when and how to challenge and advance your child and when to help them through any areas requiring improvement. This individual attention means we can craft lessons to suit your child’s specific needs.
Getting The Best Nutrition And Eating Fresh From The Garden
Letting Loose and Having Fun in the “Big Room” and the “Little Gym”
Children love to play outside, but when the weather doesn’t cooperate, our “Big Room” is great for playing around and getting plenty of exercises. In the “Little Gym,” kids can get moving on our mini treadmill, bike, and pull up bar. Yoga practice promotes movement with intention and focus.
Daily Doses of Fresh Air And Sunshine Outdoors
Your child loves the excursions outdoors for at least an hour of play each day. Kids have their choice of slides, climbing walls, and swings. Our grounds also include the garden area for children to hoe, shovel, dig, and wheel little wheelbarrows around, all in the name of a good old-fashioned physical play.
Daily photos, videos, and updates Keep You Informed
Teachers partner closely with you to make sure we are meeting your child’s needs. Daily reports, along with videos and photos of your child’s activities, are sent directly to parents through the Brightwheel™ communication app. Keeping up-to-date on your child’s activities also allows you to have conversations with them about their day.
Teaching compassion through community projects like Easter Seals
The center partners with Easter Seals bring people with varying abilities into our classrooms to read and help children with activities. The Arkids Care Program allows students and their families to participate in 3 different community projects throughout the year. Giving back to the community builds character and shows our students how fulfilling it is to help those in need.
Helping You and Your Family With Extra On-Site Resources
A little lending library allows you to bring home books to read to your child and also has a parenting resource center with information about parenting techniques and family events in the community. These resources are essential in helping parents along on the winding road of their parenting journey.
- The Denoncourts