About Habitots Preschool in Medford
Appointed with state-of-the-art security equipment and meticulously maintained, Habitots is beautiful, safe, and efficient. Throughout the halls and classrooms, you will find caring, hard-working, knowledgeable, and simply incredible, certified staff, all of whom love what they do.
These are some of the wonderful things our families have said about our school:
- “The teachers are like no other school. They are caring and compassionate. Everyone from the Director down is helpful and welcoming. My daughter’s teacher, Ms. Jackie, is wonderful, and Ms. Casey helped my daughter come out of her shell and become the social butterfly she is today.”
- “We use the Medford location and they’ve been incredibly accommodating, professional, friendly, and they go the extra mile for our family. We love the little projects our son Elliott does, including the most recent Mother’s Day present. We know he’s well taken care of, and I like how everything is logged and documented. As silly as it sounded for them to require a document to be filled out for diaper cream, I appreciate that they take their matters seriously.”
- “The teachers are amazing! Directors are kind and caring. Great staff!”
- “Wonderful staff, felt very safe and cared for!”
Children are born ready to learn. The desire to discover and absorb is never more concentrated than during the first five years of life—and we only get one chance to do it right. We know that your decision to entrust your child’s early education to someone is a momentous one, and a privilege that is earned and should never be taken for granted.
That’s why at Habitots, our goals are to create a welcoming environment that reflects each child’s family, interests, cultures and differing abilities; build a warm relationship with every family that becomes a part of ours; and offer learning opportunities that stretch what every child knows about themselves and their capabilities.
At Habitots, we believe that:
- Every child is unique, and a “one size fits all” approach to learning ultimately fits none.
- Teaching children should not come from a place of ego or dictation. Adults in their lives should work cooperatively with one another as partners in their development.
- Learning happens through play and reinforcement of teachable moments during a process that includes awareness, exploration, inquiry, and application.
- To teach, we must first truly understand children, how they develop, and strategize on how to encourage and affirm their blossoming.
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Habitots is so much more than daycare or childcare. We are proud to provide an exceptional preschool education every fun-filled day in a place as nurturing as home.