Preschool in East Brunswick, NJ 08816
162 Summerhill Road
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
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The Big Apple Day Schools located at 162 Summerhill Road in East Brunswick and 1 Michael Lane in Monroe Township, New Jersey, proudly celebrates its 35 year anniversary. The Big Apple Schools have been regarded as the most innovative and highly respected private pre-schools in New Jersey. Additionally, The Big Apple offers a unique, exciting, exceptional summer day program designed not only to meet the needs of the child, but the very specific and varied requirements of the parents. Flexibility of need is not only to understand, but accommodated at the Big Apple. Children at the Big Apple are immersed in a world of education through play and exploration. Children love to learn! They have unique and exciting hands on experiences and their entire range of talents are explored and developed. Class sizes are extremely small to assure individualized and personalized attention.
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It is the goal of the Big Apple Day School to provide a loving, caring, environment where children can develop a good self-image and establish positive and sound inter-personal relationships. We understand that each child is unique; and we respect his/her needs, desires, and thoughts.
Our staff has the patience to work at the child’s own pace and tempo; yet, with our individualized educational plan we will attempt to “stretch the mind” in a simulating, challenging and responsive way. Pressure is avoided. Learning is fun!
Experienced teachers, many with children of their own, make up our staff along with assistants.
Our staff sets up necessary limitations for behavior and helps children internalize rules for safety, sharing and cooperating. We stress the importance of self-respected and respect for others.
Structured and non-structured activities are interspersed; creativity is fostered and freedom to explore our varied materials is encouraged. Indoor and outdoor play is balanced.
As educators, we know that play is the “work” of childhood