Children's Village's early childhood program focuses on developing cognitive, social, large motor, small motor and self-help skills. We provide a home-like atmosphere with challenging but fun activities to help your child learn and mature. Our curriculum, which we call the "Project Approach," or our philosophy is designed to emphasize collaboration and cooperation between adults and children and children and their peers.
Age for Enrollment
We follow the Central Bucks School District’s age-eligibility system for registration. This means that your child must have turned:
- Three by September 1st of the school year in order to attend preschool
- Four by September 1st of the school year in order to attend pre-kindergarten
- Five by September 1st of the school year in order to attend kindergarten
Infants and Toddlers
We care for infants from ages six weeks through 36 months. We encourage development, learn through play and celebrate milestones.
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We assist 3 year olds as they acquire new self-help skills such as dressing, cleaning up after meals and storing toys after playtime. At this age, we introduce computers as a new learning tool with developmentally appropriate software included in the weekly schedule.
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In pre-kindergarten, we introduce your child to more challenging hands-on projects, classroom activities and enhanced circle time by adding even more stimulating and engaging activities.
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Our kindergarten curriculum for five-year-olds meets all national, state and local requirements. You can rest assured that your child’s teachers will prepare him or her intellectually, socially and emotionally to successfully enter the first grade.
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Reading is FUNdamental
Where can you find over 4,000 books and educational materials to help fuel your child’s passion for reading? In the Children’s Village Library, of course!
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