Prime Time Early Learning Centers

Love. Learn. Laugh

Prime Time Early Learning Centers has New Jersey locations in Edgewater, Hoboken, Paramus, East Rutherford and New York locations in Middletown and Farmingdale. All of our centers are state licensed and offer a superior curriculum that exceeds State licensing requirements.

Each of our center directors is a college graduate and licensed early learning professional, supported by our Director of Operations; an experienced administrator and early childhood learning specialist with a Masters Degree in Education. Our carefully selected, vetted and trained staff provide loving care to each child entrusted to us, and want to teach your child the skills they need to ensure their future school success.

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7 Tips for Vegetable Gardening With Your Toddler

by Julia Luckenbill, M.A. – University of California, Davis. Used with permission from the NAEYC It’s gardening season, and soon our vegetable gardens will be overflowing with tomatoes, zucchini, and beans. Well, some of our gardens will. Those of us who have small toddler helpers may not have the loveliest veggies to show for it, but we will have learned some important lessons along

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New CDA Credential Program at Prime Time

The CDA program prepares a child care provider to meet the specific needs of young children and to work with parents and other child care professionals to nurture children’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual growth in a child development framework.The CDA is a mark of an educator’s professional knowledge and competency that assures parents, administrators and regulators that the provider is a child care

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Prime Time Early Learning Supports The March of Dimes

Prime Time Early Learning has long supported the critical child health research and services offered by by the highly successful March of Dimes organization. In 2015, Prime Time donated $1,000.00 to the March of Dimes, which was matched by another $1,000.00 from its Board of Directors, for a total donation of $2,000.00. The following is a brief history of The March of Dimes and

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