There are 13 home daycares in East Longmeadow, MA.

Many take both infants and toddlers, with group sizes between 6 and 10.

Jennifer Michaelian
Licensed since 2012East Longmeadow, MA 01028
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Just like larger child care centers, home daycares are licensed by the Department of Early Education and Care in MA.
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Little Hands Preschool

East Longmeadow, MA

Days
Monday–Friday
Times
8am–5pm
Ages
18 months–5 years
Days
Monday–Friday
Times
8am–5pm
Ages
18 months–5 years
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About Me

I started taking care of children when I was in high school and I got a job as a teacher’s assistant at a nearby daycare. After college, I got teacher certified and worked in daycare once again. After an interim period in the corporate and small business worlds, I returned to Early Childhood...

Qualifications

Lead Teacher Certified, Degree in Business Administration

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Reference Checked

Home Safety Inspection

Health & Safety Trained

EEC License #9038634

Program

Size
6 students
Size
6 students

Every child is different and unique, so I like to be flexible and allow children’s interests and curiosities to guide how we spend our time. Days include free play, circle time that focuses on a topic of the week, related activities, outdoor play, lunch, snack, and rest time. I believe that kids...

Child Care During COVID-19

The health and safety of our children, families, and Providers is always our top priority. Throughout COVID-19 we have been in close communication with state officials at the child care licensing agencies, public health officials, pediatric epidemiologists, and our entire community...

Enrollment

to see if Amy has space for you.

Testimonials

Amy is absolutely wonderful! She took care of my little ones and they loved her so much. She treats them like they are her own. I highly recommend her!!

Samantha
Parent
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Environment

Little Hands Preschool takes place in three rooms of my East Longmeadow home. We will eat meals in my kitchen, and kids can play at the child-sized table in the den. The playroom is an inviting, colorful space with areas for reading, playing, circle time, and various other activities. We will...

Schedule

Calendar
Year Round
Meals and Snacks
2 Meals / 1 Snack
Calendar
Year Round
Meals and Snacks
2 Meals / 1 Snack

8:00 AM

Arrival and Free Play

8:30 AM

Free Play Activity

9:05 AM

Snack / Washing Hands and Bathroom

9:45 AM

Circle Time

10:05 AM

Circle-Related Activities and Bathroom

11:05 AM

Outdoor Play

11:50 AM

Lunch

12:45 PM

Rest Time

2:30 PM

Bathroom and Snack

3:00 AM

Free Play

5:00 AM

Program Closes

8:00 AM

Arrival and Free Play

8:30 AM

Free Play Activity

9:05 AM

Snack / Washing Hands and Bathroom

9:45 AM

Circle Time

10:05 AM

Circle-Related Activities and Bathroom

11:05 AM

Outdoor Play

11:50 AM

Lunch

12:45 PM

Rest Time

2:30 PM

Bathroom and Snack

3:00 AM

Free Play

5:00 AM

Program Closes

Location

Amy Impagnatiello 43 Colony Drive East Longmeadow, MA 01028 (617) 263-7500

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Jennifer Michaelian
Licensed since 2012East Longmeadow, MA 01028
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The NeighborSchools Difference

Unlike Care.com, Yelp, or SitterCity, here at NeighborSchools we only partner with Licensed Home Daycare & Preschool Providers. These high-quality small-scale programs allow for better ratios, meaning more individualized attention for your little one. In Massachusetts, all Providers are licensed by the Dept. of Early Education & Care (EEC).

In order to receive and maintain a license from the EEC, Providers must:
  • Complete training in Safe Sleep, Childhood Nutrition, Medication Administration, and Transportation Safety
  • Undergo a rigorous home environment inspection & unannounced monitoring visits from EEC Licensors throughout the year
  • Maintain current Pediatric CPR & First Aid certificates
  • Complete a 3-part background record check, including fingerprints
  • Complete 10+ hours of professional development training annually

Many parents don‘t realize that Licensed Home Daycare & Preschool is regulated just like center-based child care. The biggest difference is that with Home Daycare your child is in the care of one experienced Provider who is wholly devoted to the children in their program. Children get the individualized attention and continuity of care they need to thrive; you get a more affordable child care option conveniently located right in your neighborhood.