Little Discoveries Inc. Childcare & Preschool
Located in Brockton, MA.
LDI offers child care programs for infant, toddler, preschool and pre-k children. As a parent myself, I feel passionate about maintaining quality childcare.
The vision for Little Discoveries is to produce happy, intelligent, well-adjusted children. Here you will find a nurturing, educational environment for children of ages six weeks to five years. Classes include Infant, Waddler/Toddler, Preschool, and Pre-K. Little Discoveries recognizes that each child has unique talents, learning styles and personalities. Our highly qualified teachers and staff are committed to working within each child's comfort zone to ensure optimal social, emotional, and educational results. We feel at Little Discoveries Inc. that your child will receive the best of both worlds. He or she will receive a structured educational environment as well as the feeling of being part of a large family. The bonds that the staff creates with your child will leave him or her feeling self confident, and comfortable to explore his or her environment freely and creatively while learning the necessary tools to move on to public school. We are a center based educational facility with a family childcare feel all while having an open door policy. We encourage all families to embrace the opportunity of visiting and/or volunteering in their child's classroom at any given time.
Little Discoveries Inc has been in business since 1999. It is owned and directed by Jessica Mutascio, who has been in the child care industry for 16 years. Jessica started the business as a small, family child care center and has grown it into a large, center-based program. Jessica is a proud mother of two.
Little Discoveries Inc is NAEYC accredited and uses a Creative Curriculum philosophy, as well as the curriculum
The Creative Curriculum
Nationally recognized and renowned curriculum program.
The Creative Curriculum philosophy is that young children learn best by
doing. Learning isn't restricted to repeating what someone else says;
instead, true learning requires active participation, thinking, and
experimentation to find out how things work in our world. The Creative
Curriculum also supports the philosophy that play is the foundation upon
which academic learning is built. Through play, children are prepared
to learn abstract concepts, such as letters and symbols for sounds, and
numbers as symbols for numerical concepts.