Music Together® of the North Shore is a research based music & movement program for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and the grown-ups who love them. Music Together® classes make it easy for parents/primary caregivers to play a crucial role in activating their child's music development. Classes are 45-minute long and include rhythmic games, dance, instrument play and are age & developmentally appropriate for the children while easy and fun for the caregivers, regardless of their own musical ability.
At the core of Glen Urquhart School Pre-K program is the student and the excitement of discovery.
GUS Pre-K is a full-day, Monday through Friday program for children ages 3 to 5 years old. These youngest learners come to school with boundless curiosity and an open heart and mind, ready to engage fully with their world as they pose questions, build knowledge, solve problems creatively, and develop relationships with friends and teachers.
Since Wendy Sullivan has taken over as director of Magic Years Preschool, a lot has changed. Together, she and Ms. Heather are making Magic Years everything we, as parents, hope it to be for our little ones. The overall environment has become calm and organized, making the roles for all involved much more manageable.
Have a child 2.9+ and considering preschool? Spaces still available for fall '16. Contact email@example.com or (978) 526-4750 to schedule a tour or find more information at www.magicyearsbythesea.com. Expanded hours, hands on learning, walking field trips, outdoor time everyday on our playground with a view
Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary is proud to introduce a nature preschool for 3-5 year olds located at Endicott Wildlife Sanctuary in Wenham.
Recent studies confirm that children are spending less time engaged in vigorous outdoor play. The Ipswich River Nature Preschool provides young children on the North Shore with early educational experiences that fosters the development of the whole child and a lifelong relationship with nature.
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