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Woburn Creative Start

4G Gill Street
Woburn, MA 01801

(781) 932-0260


Philosophy & Approach

Day in the Life

General School Mission

"The goal of Communities United, Inc. is to give preschool children and families an opportunity to experience growth by providing experiences that encourage participation and interaction in their environment.
We promote an anti-bias perspective that acknowledges and celebrates differences. We are committed to the concept that parents are the first and most important teachers of their children. We encourage and support parents to grow as their primary teacher by providing opportunities to become involved in many different ways. We strive to increase the ability of children and families to cope with and initiate change in their lives and build upon the gains made through their experiences.
Excerpted from the preschool's website

A Typical Day

"Arrival, greeting, free choice
Block area, Dramatic Play area, Library area, Sand/Water table, Science area are learning centers located in the classroom that are open to children and provide them with materials to engage in solitary or small group play.
Literacy is an important component to the Creative Start curriculum. There are ample books throughout the classroom that children can access. In addition, books are read in large group and small group with opportunities for questions, conversations and discussions about the books.
Washing Hand/Tooth Brushing
The development of children’s self-help skills helps build confidence and promotes healthy habits for life. Children are encouraged to wash their hands before meals and after play. Tooth brushing is done after meals.
Outdoor Play
Is done daily, weather permitting, and can be playing in the playground, taking neighborhood walks or visiting local playgrounds.
Circle Time
Allows children and teacher to discuss the daily schedule, discuss relevant topics such as the weather or the ongoing classroom theme.
Choice Time
Teachers will provide children with a choice between 2-3 activities that are related to the theme they are covering.
Rest Time
Not all children nap and rest time allows those children who nap an opportunity to do so. For other children, it is an opportunity to rest and do a quiet activity, such as looking at a book.
Snack and Table Activities
Outdoor Play
Choice Activities and departure
Excerpted from the preschool's website