CRANFORD — The Come, Play, and Learn, Early Childhood Center, located at 61 Myrtle Street in Cranford, is now accepting enrollment for the 2013 summer and the 2013-2014 school year.
Come, Play and Learn provides a unique program that welcomes all children including those with disabilities. It takes an integrated approach to early childhood education, creating an inclusive setting where the individual and developmentally appropriate needs of every child are met under the direction of a caring, nurturing and professional staff. It serves children 3 months to 5 years of age.
The facility boasts large classrooms, an outdoor play area, library, multipurpose room, handicap accessibility, child-friendly environment and a convenient drop off and pick up area for parents and care-givers. It is operated by the Cerebral Palsy League of Cranford, an organization dedicated to providing specialized services to infants, children and adults for over sixty years.
In the program, preschoolers follow the Creative Curriculum. This curriculum encourages children to broaden their interests through self-discovery and teacher directed activities in Language Arts and Mathematics, preparing each child for success in Kindergarten. Toddlers engage in hands-on exploration experiences, specifically designed to expand their world, foster independence and build self-confidence. Infants enjoy a caring and nurturing environment, where they grow from a bundle of joy to a bundle of curiosity.
For more information on the Come, Play, and Learn, Early Childhood Center, call Director Maria Casella at 1-908-653-9333, extension 233.
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