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Programs that provide educational activities and experiences for children from birth to age five which are intended to foster social, physical, emotional and intellectual growth and prepare them for further formal learning.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Abington Friends School - Early Childhood ProgramThe foremost goal of the Abington Friends Early Childhood program is to value and to preserve childhood. Our program builds on the excitement and curiosity that our children bring to their first school experience. Designed to strengthen a young child's developing independence and social skills, the Early Childhood Division combines a focus on the individual with an ever widening sense of community. An emphasis on community, rooted in Quaker beliefs, permeate the Early Childhood curriculum. A critical component of our program is our focus on providing children with an opportunity to explore and learn about the diversity in our own community and in our larger society. Our goal is to help children value the differences and, more importantly, the similarities among all people. We believe that if we are successful in this mission in our work with young children, we are doing our part to build a better society.MontgomeryAbington Friends Early Childhood Program - Montgomery; AbingtonAbington Friends School
Allegheny Lutheran Social Ministries - Head Start/Early Head StartEarly Head Start is a home-based program that supports parents' roles as their child's most important teacher. The program offers educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to help parents develop a loving bond with their children so they can grow and learn.BedfordHead Start and Early Head StartAllegheny Lutheran Social Ministries
Caring Center - Pre-Kindergarten ProgramWith a staff ratio of one teacher for ten pre-schoolers, activities develop fine and gross motor skills, cognitive skills, pre-writing, language reception and expression, and social behavior.PhiladelphiaThe Caring Center - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaCaring Center
Caring Center - Toddler ProgramWith a staff ratio of one teacher for every five toddlers, activities foster independence, cooperation, socialization, language development, and decision making skills.PhiladelphiaThe Caring Center - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaCaring Center
Carlisle Early Education CenterDay care for children infant through preschool. Summer school-age program. United Way Scholarships are available.CumberlandCarlisle Early Education CenterCarlisle Early Education Center
Chester County Intermediate Unit 24 - Preschool ServicesThe Chester County intermediate Unit provides preschool services for children with developmental delays, children from income eligible families, children of high school students enrolled in CCIU's Young Parents program, and children of CCIU employees. The following preschool and child care services are available: - Preschool Special Education (for preschool-age children with developmental delays) - Even Start (for preschool-age children from families with literacy needs) - Head Start (for preschool-age children from economically disadvantaged families) - Infant & Toddler Center (for the children of high school students enrolled in the Young Parent's program) - CCIU Early Care and Education Center (employee, tuition-based early care and education center)ChesterChester County Intermediate Unit - Chester; DowningtownChester County Intermediate Unit 24
Child Care Center, Delta Church of the NazareneStar 3 childcare center, pre-k, preschool and toddler programs included in tuition, school age program servicing southeastern school districtYorkDelta Church of the NazareneDelta Church of the Nazarene
Children's Developmental Program - Early Childhood Education CenterA community preschool and early intervention center.BucksChildren's Developmental Program - Bucks; QuakertownChildren's Developmental Program
Community Educational Centers - Pre-schoolOffers an individualized developmental program for children 6 weeks to 5 years old. Children are prepared for first grade, or beyond depending on the child’s readiness. BucksCommunity Educational Centers - Bucks; DoylestownCommunity Educational Centers
Congregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Yeladeem Early Childhood CenterProvides homework club and after school programs for school age children, as well as an extracurricular program including art, gymnastics, dance, music, drama, voice, and more.PhiladelphiaCongregation Beth Solomon Community Center - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaCongregation Beth Solomon Community Center
Covenant Academy - Preschool and Pre-KindergartenThe foundation of our preschool and pre-kindergarten program is a "child-centered emergent curriculum" consisting of developmentally appropriate project-based learning. It is a curriculum in which teachers take their cues from the children, and expand upon their interests. This is accomplished through observing what the children are doing, listening to what they are saying and documenting these observations. Projects are then developed that have been inspired by the children. Teachers begin to enrich their classrooms with books, music, art supplies and other materials related to the project. As the children's interests begin to change, this process is repeated in order to keep the learning experience fresh, exciting and child-centered. Cultural Enrichments include Spanish and Sign Language. Pre-K is given "home activities" to complete at least two times per week. Philadelphia*Main Site (Covenant Academy)Covenant Academy
Day Care Preschool - Greater Scranton YMCAInfant Program (6 weeks-1 year) Our infant program promotes a standard of quality essential for optimal growth and development in the first year of life. Our certified teacher provides a nurturing, safe and stimulating “small group” environment. Our self imposed limit of 3 infants encourages continuous staff/child interaction. Toddler Program (1-2 years) Children in our play-centered toddler program are guided through development in learning areas aligned with age appropriate PA Learning Standards. These areas include speech and language development, social and emotional growth, physical and motor activities, and creative expression. Full Day Preschool Program (3-6 years) Children begin preschool at 3 years of age. Our well-developed curriculum is aligned with PA Learning Standards. Our program is child-centered using the Creative Curriculum with learning areas in creative arts, language and literacy, mathematics, social & emotional development, large motor activities (including swim lessons), science and social studies. Learning activities and group lessons are repeated to provide optimal experiences for all children including those that attend part time.LackawannaChild Care/Child Education-Greater Scranton YMCAGreater Scranton YMCA
Don Mills Achievement CenterProvides Early Childhood Learning Center, a Licensed Preschool; Speech Therapy; Camp Talk-A Lot; Rainbow Swim; Financial Assistance; Operation Take Me Home, an Electronic Tracking System, and Advocacy and Referral.WarrenDon Mills Achievement CenterDon Mills Achievement Center
Early Childhood ProgramsDo you have a wiggly group of three year olds? A curious team of four year olds? Are your five year olds getting tired of Old McDonald, finger painting and Follow the Leader? Our early childhood specialists spark the creativity of young children, engage imaginations, and give children a chance to express boundless energy. Our assembly programs are a great way to introduce new art forms to your students - from African folktales to American folk songs to charming puppet renditions of Aesop’s fables. Children dance in their seats, move to the beat, laugh, sing and join an exciting imaginary adventure. Our assembly artists bring a delightful and loving presence to your school, and make everyone - teachers and parents included - feel like a kid again. Giggles and wiggles abound! A sense of playfulness, exploration and unlimited curiosity are all a part of being a preschooler. To give children a chance to tap into their talents, our artist-in-residency programs motivate children to make beautiful, original works of art in various disciplines - movement and dance; percussion and music; printmaking or collage; and dramatic play and storytelling. Not merely follow-along experiences, our artists introduce children to techniques, skills and materials guide them to make something new and fresh. For a long term impact, consider professional development for your teachers and staff. Our award winning programs, Creative Beginnings and Family Arts and Creativity, bring rich, authentic arts experiences to children, teachers and parents and leave a lasting impression on young minds and hearts. Creative Beginning and Family Arts share a common goal - to train teachers and staff to deliver authentic arts experiences to their school communities. These programs are designed for teachers with little or no arts background. Anyone can learn to bring rich and rewarding arts experiences to children and families. For lesson plans to inspire your practice, join our Teacher’s Lounge. It’s chock full of great ideas for the classroom and home. Our Ask the Artist area is where you can ask one of our professional artists for advice.*Main Site (Young Audiences of Eastern PA)Young Audiences of Eastern PA
Early Head Start Home Based ServicesThe Early Head Start program serves children from birth to age three and pregnant women. These services are home based and include health & developmental screenings, ongoing individualized educational assessment, weekly home visits,bi-monthly family days and parent involvement opportunites.DauphinCapital Area Head Start Administrative OfficeCapital Area Head Start
Educational Childrens ProgramsThe Helping Hands Society offers 3 programs for typical children: Infant/Toddler Program, Early Preschool Program, and Typical Preschool.LuzerneHelping Hands SocietyHelping Hands Society
Educational ServicesLincoln Day Educational Center's Preschool Program is designed to provide enriching opportunities to meet the needs of age 3 to 5 year-old children. Our mission is to assist all children and their families in strengthening their child's development. There is a balance of child-directed and teacher-directed activities, which are included throughout the day. The preschool team coordinates the day's activities insuring that all areas of development are addressed. Parents are encouraged to become active members of our team in assisting during the day or observing in the classroom.*Main Site (Lincoln Day Educational Center, Inc.)Lincoln Day Educational Center
Family Services of Montgomery County - Pottstown Family CenterOffers family support programs and services including: - Parents as teachers home visitation; - Parent-child playgroup; - Fatherhood program; - Parent education workshops; - Pregnant and parenting teen program; - SHARE food program; - Time-limited family reunification; - Toy and book lending library; - Pottstown Early Action for Kindergarten Readiness (PEAK)MontgomeryPottstown OfficeFamily Services of Montgomery County
George Fox Friends SchoolLarge single floor building on a ten-acre campus.ChesterGEORGE FOX FRIENDS SCHOOLGeorge Fox Friends School
Green Lane School - Pre-K ProgramPre-K at GLS is a 5 day program (minimum 5 mornings). It is structured to prepare children for a full-day kindergarten experience. Math, science, pre-handwriting and letter sounds are among topics covered in this program. Three groups of 10 children rotate daily among three teachers, with each teacher focusing on a different topic. Pre-K takes several trips each year. Children are transported via yellow school bus. Children must be 4 years old by September 1st of the admitting year, and fully potty trained. Philadelphia*Main Site (Green Lane School)Green Lane School
Green Lane School - Toddler ProgramTwo toddler classrooms offer a stimulating setting for a child's first school experience. Socialization skills are learned in a caring environment, as children explore peer relationships and the world around them. Colors, shapes, texture and size are all topics investigated in fun and exciting ways. Both classrooms of 10 children are staffed by two skilled teachers. Children must be 24 months to enter the program. Diapering and potty-training (when ready) take place in this program. Philadelphia*Main Site (Green Lane School)Green Lane School
Head StartEducational activities, free medical and dental screenings, healthy meals and snacks, indoor and outdoor playCCIU HEAD START CENTERSCCIU Head Start Centers
Head StartEducational activities, free medical and dental screenings, healthy meals and snacks, indoor and outdoor playHEAD START COATESVILLE-SKLCCIU Head Start Centers
Head StartEducational activities, free medical and dental screenings, healthy meals and snacks, indoor and outdoor playHEAD START KENNETT SQUARECCIU Head Start Centers
Head StartEducational activities, free medical and dental screenings, healthy meals and snacks, indoor and outdoor playHEAD START OXFORDCCIU Head Start Centers
Head StartEducational activities, free medical and dental screenings, healthy meals and snacks, indoor and outdoor playHEAD START PHOENIXVILLECCIU Head Start Centers
Head StartEducational activities, free medical and dental screenings, healthy meals and snacks, indoor and outdoor playHEAD START WEST CHESTERCCIU Head Start Centers
Head StartEducational activities, free medical and dental screenings, healthy meals and snacks, indoor and outdoor playHEAD START WEST GROVECCIU Head Start Centers
Home Based ServicesHead StartDauphinCapital Area Head Start Administrative OfficeCapital Area Head Start
Illumination Early Learning Center - Friedman Jewish Community CenterEarly learning care and education for infants to preschoolers. Center consists of children, families and educators who collaborate to construct enriched learning experiences. Center aspires to be active, engaged, reflective, and intentional partners who will enhance the lives of children in the Wyoming Valley.LuzerneYouth Programming - Friedman Jewish Community CenterJewish Community Alliance of Northeastern Pennsylvania
Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential - The Early Development Home Study ProgramThe objective of The Evan Thomas Institute is to make children intellectually, physically, and socially excellent. The Evan Thomas Institute teaches parents from all over the world the philosophy and practice of child brain development. It provides courses of instruction and programs to enable parents to design their own program to teach their children and significantly enhance their ability at home. In The Early Development Home Study Program, parents can learn about child brain development and create effective intellectual, physical, and social programs at home through the books, audio programs, and video programs created by The Institutes. The following programs are offered; > The How To Multiply Your Baby's Intelligence Course This is a comprehensive course that teaches parents how to teach their children from birth onwards by providing a stimulating and exciting home environment. > The Early Development On-Campus Program This is a unique program for parents of children from birth to age six. It is a comprehensive home program. Parents must live in close proximity to The Institutes Philadelphia campus. > The International School The International School is a unique school for mothers and fathers of children between the ages of six and fourteen. Parents must have graduated from the Early Development Program to be eligible for The International School. Parents who accomplish a comprehensive early development program at home and who live within the vicinity of The Institutes Philadelphia campus may be invited to join the International School On-Campus Program. MontgomeryThe Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential Headquarters - Montgomery; WyndmoorInstitutes for the Achievement of Human Potential
Martin Luther King Center - Main Office - Kindergarten Readiness/Pre-SchoolCurriculum for children aged 18 months to five(5) years of age.ErieMartin Luther King Center - Main OfficeMartin Luther King Center
Northwood Nursery schoolEarly childhood development program. We have 5, 3, and 2 day programs.DauphinFaith Presbyterian ChurchFaith Presbyterian Church
Nursery SchoolNursery school classes for 3 and 4 year old children held from September through May.DauphinRidgeway Community ChurchRidgeway Community Church
Parent-Infant Center - Early LearningPIC provides early care and education from 8am to 6pm for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. In addition to our fulltime program, we offer a half-day classroom for children 3 to 5 years and a half-day Pre-K Counts program for 3- and 4-year-olds who meet state guidelines for enrollment. Children learn best through play and active involvement with materials, books, and their surroundings. Our child-centered curriculum – for infants through preschool – is based on everyday experiences and interests. There are opportunities for active investigation, observation, and discussion. Children enjoy group activities and time to work alone; we encourage them to work cooperatively and resolve conflicts with words, not actions. Through classroom experiences, children learn about the ways we are alike and affirm our differences. We often launch expeditions to explore our rich, urban community. The children are grouped in age-appropriate classes with a higher-than-average ratio of adults to children. We try to maintain a 1:3 adult-infant ratio, 1:4 for toddlers, 1:6 for preschoolers, 1:7 for pre-kindergartners, and 1:9 for our school age program. Parent involvement is an integral part of the PIC community and all families who enroll agree to make an investment of time in the work that we do. The Parent Participation Program (PPP) volunteer requirement is 24 hours per year for fulltime families, 12 hours per year for part-time families (prorated for single parents). PIC’s child care program is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and has received a 4-star rating from Pennsylvania’s Keystone Stars program. PhiladelphiaParent-Infant Center - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaParent-Infant Center
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf - Preschool to High School SchoolThe Pennsylvania School for the Deaf educates 200 deaf and hard of hearing children ages 2 - 21 in preschool through high school classes.PhiladelphiaPennsylvania School for the Deaf - Philadelphia; East FallsPennsylvania School for the Deaf
Preschool Center Based ServicesPreschool educationDauphinCapital Area Head Start Administrative OfficeCapital Area Head Start
Preschool-Greater Carbondale YMCAY-Pals Preschool Here at the Y we welcome your toilet trained children, ages 3-5 years old, to engage in activities that will help prepare them for the kindergarten classroom. Activities include alphabet and number recognition, counting and preprinting skills, and various art activities which will enhance creativity. Children will also be able to develop large and small motor skills through activities such as games in the classroom, gym and pool. Wee Tots is designed for children ages 2 to 3. It is a good beginner preschool program which stresses socialization, taking turns, and following directions.LackawannaChildcare-Greater Carbondale YMCAGreater Carbondale YMCA
Preschool Program of Child Development - Central Intermediate Unit #10 - Clinton CountyProvides preschool special education services for children ages 3 until they enter kindergarten. Children are screened and evaluated so that those identified can receive services in the best placement for them, whether it is at home, a caregiver's house, a preschool, or specialized preschool. If it is determined that the child would benefit from a structured preschool classroom, they arrange for placement in one of the contracted classrooms at the Infant Development Program in Clinton County.ClintonCentral Intermediate Unit #10 - Preschool Program of Child Development - Clinton CountyCentral Intermediate Unit #10
PreschoolsPreschool programCumberlandSaint Timothy Evangelical Lutheran ChurchSaint Timothy Evangelical Lutheran Church
Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY) - Early Care and Education (ECE)PCCY works with advocates, child care practitioners, families and legislators to expand access and improve the quality of early care and education (ECE) resources. Decades of research shows that access to high quality ECE bolsters working families’ ability to be productive employees, prepares kids for a lifetime of learning, and lays a foundation for children’s healthy development. Public sector investments in high quality ECE provide proven savings in reduced public costs and prepare a workforce for future employment and contributions to the community. PCCY’s child care team staffs the Southeastern Pennsylvania Early Childhood Coalition, prepares advocacy materials and position papers on pertinent child care issues and advocates to increase investments in ECE programs. Please contact PCCY’s child care staff to learn more about what you can do to support high quality ECE for Pennsylvania’s kids.Philadelphia*Main Site (Public Citizens for Children and Youth)Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY)
RSVP - Family Literacy ProgramVolunteers help educationally disadvantaged preschool children to increase interest in reading and families' support for emergent literacy development so that children are ready for kindergarten.MontgomeryRSVP - Montgomery; PARSVP
Shaare Shamayim-Beth Judah - Preschool and Kindergarten ProgramsOur program is committed to providing a highly regarded educational foundation while combining life skills and values to ensure a smooth, easy, and successful transition to elementary school. Our program emphasizes the development of the “whole child” by recognizing the need for allowing each child to develop intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically at their own pace. We encourage the development of life skills such as sharing, personal responsibility, positive interactions, respecting rights of others, and conflict resolution, which are formed and developed during these years. We are instilling valuable Jewish values as we teach our children that they can help to heal the world one good deed at a time. Our goal is to accomplish all of the above in a warm, supportive, accepting, safe, nurturing, and stimulating educational environment. Our staff of dedicated and experienced teaching professionals has been carefully selected to meet the individual needs of young children. The Cardonick Preschool and Kindergarten of The Congregations of Shaare Shamayim is committed to instilling in our children that learning is fun and it happens in our school every day!!!!PhiladelphiaShaare Shamayim-Beth Judah - Philadelphia; BustletonShaare Shamayim-Beth Judah
Special People In Northeast - Children's ServicesServices include: Pre-School Programs Early Intervention Child Care Parent EngagementPhiladelphiaSpecial People In Northeast, Inc. - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaSpecial People In Northeast
Stepping Stone Education Center of Phoenixville - Preschool ServicesThe Stepping Stone Education Center accepts each and every child regardless of their educational or financial needs. We provide learning experiences to support each child’s individual intellectual, social, physical, emotional and spiritual growth in a safe and fun environment. We focus on the needs of the whole family by offering parent seminars, providing activities for families to enjoy together and connecting those families in need with local social service agencies. Chester*Main Site (Stepping Stone Education Center of Phoenixville, Inc.)Stepping Stone Education Center of Phoenixville
Toddler ServicesToddler Servicesallow teachers to help children develop life skills such as feeding, toileting, dressing which results in them feeling more independent and self-confident. The following are also provided within the classrooms: - Art - Music - Language - Literacy - Pretend play - Exploration areasPhiladelphiaBuerger Early Learning CenterFederation Early Learning Services
Toddler ServicesToddler Servicesallow teachers to help children develop life skills such as feeding, toileting, dressing which results in them feeling more independent and self-confident. The following are also provided within the classrooms: - Art - Music - Language - Literacy - Pretend play - Exploration areasPhiladelphiaKehillah Early Learning CenterFederation Early Learning Services
Toddler ServicesToddler Servicesallow teachers to help children develop life skills such as feeding, toileting, dressing which results in them feeling more independent and self-confident. The following are also provided within the classrooms: - Art - Music - Language - Literacy - Pretend play - Exploration areasPhiladelphiaKol Ami Nursery SchoolFederation Early Learning Services
Toddler ServicesToddler Servicesallow teachers to help children develop life skills such as feeding, toileting, dressing which results in them feeling more independent and self-confident. The following are also provided within the classrooms: - Art - Music - Language - Literacy - Pretend play - Exploration areasPhiladelphiaK'tonton School for Young ChildrenFederation Early Learning Services
Toddler ServicesToddler Servicesallow teachers to help children develop life skills such as feeding, toileting, dressing which results in them feeling more independent and self-confident. The following are also provided within the classrooms: - Art - Music - Language - Literacy - Pretend play - Exploration areasPhiladelphiaLassin Early Learning CenterFederation Early Learning Services
Toddler ServicesToddler Servicesallow teachers to help children develop life skills such as feeding, toileting, dressing which results in them feeling more independent and self-confident. The following are also provided within the classrooms: - Art - Music - Language - Literacy - Pretend play - Exploration areasPhiladelphiaMary Bert Gutman Early Learning CenterFederation Early Learning Services
Toddler ServicesToddler Servicesallow teachers to help children develop life skills such as feeding, toileting, dressing which results in them feeling more independent and self-confident. The following are also provided within the classrooms: - Art - Music - Language - Literacy - Pretend play - Exploration areasPhiladelphiaSamuel Paley Early Learning CenterFederation Early Learning Services
Toddler ServicesToddler Servicesallow teachers to help children develop life skills such as feeding, toileting, dressing which results in them feeling more independent and self-confident. The following are also provided within the classrooms: - Art - Music - Language - Literacy - Pretend play - Exploration areasPhiladelphiaTerri Lynne Lokoff Early Learning CenterFederation Early Learning Services
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity - Children ServicesThe Children's Services department helps children learn and grow at their own pace and to their full potential. We believe this is best achieved when children with disabilities and their typically developing peers are able to learn together in a high quality early childhood program. Also offered are Early Intervention Services for children birth through five who qualify for these services. Home Based Program for Philadelphia children birth to three years old. This service includes special education, speech, occupational, social work, physical therapy and nutrition services. Serves approximately 50 families yearly. PhiladelphiaUnited Cerebral Palsy of Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Chestnut HillUnited Cerebral Palsy Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity
Wellsboro Montessori Children's Center - Summer Music EnrichmentOffers music and movement classes over summer months with scholarships available.TiogaWellsboro Montessori Children's Center - Summer Music EnrichmentWellsboro Montessori Children's Center
Women's Christian Alliance - Early Childhood EducationWCA’s Learning and Development Center (LDC) is a year-round program of care for children ages 1 to 5 years old, including a Head Start program that operates Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.PhiladelphiaWomen's Christian Alliance - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaWomen's Christian Alliance
YWCA Carlisle - A Special Time for MeLoosely structured preschool experience designed to meet developmental needs of children of different ages.CumberlandYWCA CarlisleYWCA Carlisle
YWCA Carlisle - Early Start Community PreschoolIntroduction to Classroom experience working on kindergaten and social skills.CumberlandYWCA CarlisleYWCA Carlisle
YWCA Carlisle - Pre-KindergartenA program which focuses on kindergarten readiness skills.CumberlandYWCA CarlisleYWCA Carlisle
YWCA York, Children and Youth ProgramsThe YWCA's Early Learning Center's location has the capacity to serve 246 children. This center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). NAEYC helps ensure that all of our children are safe, our teachers are well trained, and our curriculum prepares young children for school. We also are a STAR 4 (highest level) center through Keystone Stars and continue to meet the requirements of this distinction. YorkYWCA YorkYWCA York

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