Author: A Place to Grow Childcare

  • A Place to Grow Childcare hosts 7th annual apple picking event

    Posted by on September 9, 2014

    The team at A Place to Grow Child Care of Concord, Belmont and Arlington would like to invite our families to the 7th annual apple picking event on Sunday, September 14th at 10:00 a.m. at Shelburne Farms in Stow, MA . This is just one of the many events that our families enjoy throughout the year.  A Place to Grow Child Care encourages family participation and activities that encourage learning in a fun way.  

  • Read What Our Parents are Saying

    Posted by on August 25, 2014

    We received this heart warming letter from one of the parents of our infant care program in Concord, MA last Thanksgivig and we thought we would share it with you. This Thanksgiving as my husband and I pause to reflect on what we are grateful for, we wanted to be sure and tell you how very fortunate we are that our 9 month old … daughter has such incredible caregivers at APTG Concord. The teachers not only keep our daughter safe, make her feel welcome, and […]

  • A Place To Grow features it’s art show at Concord Public Library

    Posted by on June 12, 2014

    Please join us the week of  June 23 on Concord Public Library  for a celebration of our children’s artwork  and to showcase our our thematic curriculum of “Life in the Forest”.  This event will offer families the chance to see the art work and curriculum for preschool, infants and toddlers.  We have spent 3 months studying about the Forest.  This thematic aproach to learning is an essential component of our educational philosophy.  A Place To Grow has been offering this format for over 20 years. A […]

  • A Place to Grow Celebrates 35 Years

    Posted by on March 17, 2014

    With five child care centers in the metro-west area and more than 300 children in our care, we celebrate a lot of birthdays in our classrooms. However, this year marks a special birthday for A Place To Grow as well. It’s 35 years since A Place To Grow was founded with the opening of our first center in Belmont, MA. We were featured in the Concord Patch when founder Suzanne Foley surprised the children in our Concord, MA location on Strawberry Hill Road with balloons and […]

  • Nature In the Classroom – A Place To Grow teachers train with Heritage Museum

    Posted by on March 3, 2014

    Nature has always been an important part of A Place To Grow as we celebrate the seasons and the world around us. This year we are excited to incorporate more nature into our classrooms and curriculum. A Place To Grow sponsored a training with Heritage Museums, a nature based museum in Cape Cod, to inspire us to see the beauty and excitement that nature can offer our children and us! Our teachers had an opportunity to explore nature themes and “play” with sticks, rocks and shells […]