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Is it okay to visit my child during the day?

Is it okay to visit my child during the day?

Your child’s first day in an early learning environment is the start of a new adventure for your whole family. Naturally, you focus on your child’s reactions, but you probably feel anxious as well.  Long before your child’s first day, you realize that letting go is a...

Is Childhood Separation Anxiety a Real Thing?

Is Childhood Separation Anxiety a Real Thing?

If you’ve ever left your young child with a caregiver for the first time, you may already understand the challenge of childhood separation anxiety. It’s the emotional (usually temporary) turmoil that occurs when your child realizes that you’re leaving him behind....

What does a preschool do to make my child feel loved?

What does a preschool do to make my child feel loved?

At The Learning Center, we believe that making your child feel loved is just as important as anything else we do. It helps them feel confident and engaged as they struggle to meet developmental milestones and learn new skills.  Children succeed when they feel happy,...

5 Benefits of a Well-Trained Daycare Staff

5 Benefits of a Well-Trained Daycare Staff

If you must work every day, you need to know that your child is in the best possible daycare environment. You want your child to have new and exciting experiences and daily opportunities to grow and develop. Feeling confident that the staff can provide what your child...

How does music fit into a well-rounded curriculum?

How does music fit into a well-rounded curriculum?

As children grow, they need a wide variety of experiences to keep them engaged, entertained, and educationally well-balanced. Music helps accomplish all three of these goals. As part of a well-rounded curriculum, music gives children opportunities to develop social,...

Does Your Child Really Need Early Education?

Does Your Child Really Need Early Education?

Everything your child knows or does begins with you, but at some point, every child needs more. You teach your child to walk and talk. You instill personal habits that help keep her healthy and safe. Also, you share valuable lessons and rules that she will carry...

Why Your Child Needs a Routine

Why Your Child Needs a Routine

After the past 12 months of changing routines, you must admit that sameness is far more comforting than change. You set your alarm clock every night. Each morning you take a shower, have a cup of coffee, and dress for work. You take the same bus or train to work every...

Daycare Conflict Resolution: Helping Children Get Along?

Daycare Conflict Resolution: Helping Children Get Along?

Children learn many skills during their earliest educational and play experiences. Daycare conflict resolution fits naturally into their growing range of accomplishments. The idea of young children developing conflict resolution abilities sounds rather ambitious. Many...

Early Learning and Physical Activities

Early Learning and Physical Activities

Physical activity is an essential element of effective early learning programs. Educators don’t push young children to be athletes. Also, they include fun physical activities in their learning and play curriculums. By encouraging physical activities in early learning...

Why Music Matters to Young Students

Why Music Matters to Young Students

Music matters to young students. As a parent, you learn that there are no educational shortcuts for your young child. Music isn't a shortcut, but it enhances nearly every young student's learning experiences.  Like most families, you follow traditional steps that help...

Early learning and your child’s brain

Early learning and your child’s brain

As a parent, you begin your child's early learning at home. You talk to your child. You interact and play with him. The social, emotional, visual, and auditory experiences you provide help your child develop the early skills he will use over a lifetime.  You also give...

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501 West Middle Turnpike
Manchester, CT 06040
Nicole Farnham
(860) 643-8639
nicole.farnham@learningcenterct.com

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Building Blocks of Windsor

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Mon: 6:30 am-5:30 pm
Tues: 6:30 am-5:30 pm
Wed: 6:30 am-5:30 pm
Thurs: 6:30 am-5:30 pm
Fri: 6:30 am-5:30 pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

SCHOOLS

Windsor
Building Blocks of Windsor
842 Marshall Phelps Road
Windsor, CT 06095
(860) 683-2229

Manchester
Manchester Center
501 West Middle Turnpike
Manchester, CT 06040
(860) 643-8639


South Windsor
Ellington Road Center
1250 Ellington Road
South Windsor, CT 06474
(860) 282-8020

South Windsor
Pierce Road Center
80 Pierce Road
South Windsor, CT 06074
(860) 648-2068


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Building Blocks of 
Windsor, CT

Windsor

Ellington Road Center
South Windsor, CT

Ellington Road Center, South Windsor

 
Manchester, CT

Manchester

Pierce Road Center
South Windsor, CT

Pierce Road Center, South Windsor