Infants/Early Toddlers

6 weeks – 18 months

(862) 244-4444

Play and Learn

In our Toddler Room, we use Mother Goose Time early learning curriculum. The teachers engage children’s curiosity by offering sensory-reich play that inspires kids’ imagination through art, drama, investigation of the world, and engages their problem-solving skills. 
Teachers nurture caring relationships with children and encourage them to express their feelings in a appropriate ways
Children experience hands-on learning through play, dance to toddler tunes, coloring, and reading books. 

Please and Thank You

Toddlers also start learning social skills and mutual respect. Sharing and caring are operative words as well as the magical words “please” and “thank you” at this age.  The children are exposed to letters, numbers, colors, and shapes to start building a foundation of learning. Potty-training is a major developmental step at this age. We will work with families to maintain consistence between home and school. 
The children enjoy circle time where they discuss the weather, daily routines, and participate in age-appropriate problem-solving.

Exploring Foods with Peers

In our toddler room, the children share their meals at a table.  We reinforce  self help skills of using forks, spoons and opening containers.  During meals we promote healthy habits, social skills and encourage talking to enhance verbal skills.

 Encouraging Imagination

The children delight in yoga and music as well as the many other activities specifically planned for their ages and development. They participate in activities that help to develop their fine motor skills. They have a great time enjoying the learning centers and letting their imaginations take them to interesting places.

Weather permitting, the children enjoy walks and playtime in our playground. When the children cannot do outdoor activities, they have fun using our indoor gym. 

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We provide nursery, daycare, childcare, preschool, and virtual learning support program to elementary school children. 
Proudly serving Morris county
Succasunna, Roxbury, Kenvil, Mine Hill, Randolph, Mt. Olive, Netcong, Wharton, Dover, Flanders, Hopatcong, Mt. Arlington, Rockaway, Denville

What Our Families are Saying


How do you keep the building secure?
  • At Learning Tree Academy, we use Viking security system which allows us to control who enters the building. Each family has its own code of access.
  • We have a comprehensive Emergency Plan tailored to our location.
  • Effective training is the key to responding properly to an emergency. We have been trained by the best.
Do you provide meals?

Not at this time, but stay tuned!

What happens if my child needs medication?

We will ask you to fill out a special medication form with all the necessary information we need to administer the medication for your child. Medications should be in their original packaging and must be prescribed to the child.

What do you do about food allergies?

We will ask you to fill out the allergy form for your child and will make any accommodations necessary to keep your baby safe with us. 

What happens if my child becomes ill at school?

Our children's wellbeing is our top priority. If your child becomes ill, has a very high fever, vomiting, has diarrhea, or is exhibiting any other symptoms of a contagious illness, you will be notified and asked to pick the child up. In cases requiring medication, we ask that the child only returns to our care after finishing medication and 24 hrs fever-free. Illnesses are dealt with on a case by case basis.