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Brookline Sprouts Preschool & Extended Care


OUR ADMISSIONS PROCESS IS EASY AS 1, 2 ,3

Learning through Play!

I love having my daugher enrolled in Brookline Sprouts. She has learned so much in such a short time. The staff has really helped her language skills develop. Shes loves going outside to play every day and doing her classroom job. 

Katherine C.

Parent of current student

Such a lovely preschoool

Ellen Tokar

Parent of current student

The daycare is awesome I have a 4 year old autistic son that attends and he is nothing but happy and has learned a lot from them the teachers carmen ,Mandi,Sammie are all amazing with him also the church we attended each Sunday and is very kid friendly I love it here and would recommend it to anyone!!!

Stephanie Watson

Parent of graduated student

Preschool aged children need regular, vigorous, active play to develop and grow properly. We encourage our children and promote their physical and emotional wellbeing through outside play, running and water activities. This strengthens their bones, muscles, and the brain, to establish connections between all of them. A physical active lifestyle is crucial for long healthy life.

At Brookline Sprouts, it is important to us that our students are kindergarten ready. We put a strong emphasis on teaching our students their letters and knowing how to spell and recognize their names. We incorporate fun games, activities, and the traditional tracing techniques to accomplish these goals such as using Lego’s during the unit “L.”

Through out the day at Brookline Sprouts, students will move steadily throughout different centers following the 1-6 schedule. Having a routine will provide the children with the understanding of time management and will ultimately strengthen relationships by focusing on time together.

Scientific inquiry provides the opportunity for children to develop a range of skills, either explicitly or implicitly. We engage our children and promote their exploration of the world around them. We do this by performing hands on experiments and activities in class such as watching the metamorphosis of caterpillars turning into butterflies.

Incorporating arts and crafts into the daily lessons promotes bilateral coordination, fine motor coordination and self-regulation. These foundational skills will translate to other areas of their lives, such as dressing, eating, and in the academic setting.