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Early Education Options

Early education options in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including Montessori and childcare.

Guidepost Montessori

Laurel Oak, Vorhees, NJ

At Guidepost, your child will enter a wonderful world of activities, tools, and learning materials designed to captivate her and inspire her budding intelligence in remarkable ways. Early childhood is a brief moment in time when your child’s mind develops rapidly, and he establishes foundational character traits. Take advantage of this critical age!

866-202-8593 Guidepostmontessori.com

Holding Hands Family Childcare, Mullica Hill, NJHolding Hands Family Childcare

138 Tomlin Station Rd., Mullica Hill, NJ

We’re proud to be a welcoming place for families seeking childcare, preschool, parent-child activities, resources and information and provide families with childcare, summer camps and preschool programs.

We maintain low staff-to-child ratios so that your child can be in a safe and caring environment, and our staff is trained in first aid and CPR. Throughout each day that we spend with your child, we will engage in educational and fun activities to help your child develop social, early learning and physical development skills needed for school.

856-467-6811 Holdinghandspreschool.com

The Montessori School, Dresher, PA

The Montessori School

1701 Jarrettown Road, Dresher PA 19025

The Montessori School educates children from 18 months to grade 6 using the authentic Montessori curriculum. We are committed to a learning environment that emphasizes peace, diversity, and good stewardship.

                                                                                                    215-542-0740 www.discovertms.org

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