Parsippany Child Day Care Center

Serving The Community Since 1969.

Program Overview

  The Parsippany Child Day Care Center strives to provide the best quality environment for your child. Here we nurture each child's physical, emotional, social and intellectual development. 

We provide a full range of educational activities throughout the day including: group time, art and science projects, outdoor play, storytime, computers, naptime, music, supervised free-play and much more!  

Our professional staff are carefully selected for their educational background, experience and sensitivity to the individual needs of young children. We have 2 infant toddler classrooms and 4 preschool classrooms with a lead teacher in each room.   Our lead teachers for each classroom have a minimum of an Associates Degree.  The assistants have completed specialized training programs.  All staff members are trained in Pediatric CPR, first aid, bloodbourne pathogens and the use of Epi-pens.  Five staff members have received specialized training in medication management.

 Our program includes a nutritious breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. We serve organic milk.  Meals are supplied daily and meet the the State of New Jersey Child and Adult Care Food Program guidelines. Menus are posted throughout the center and in the classrooms. Copies are also available at the front desk.

Our Curriculum and Standards

The center utilizes The Creative Curriculum for all of our age groups.  We follow the State of New Jersey Birth to Three Standards for our Infants and Toddlers and the New Jersey  Department of Education's Preschool Teaching and Learning Standards.

Our approach is hands on with an emphasis on problem solving and helping children become independent, self-confident and inquisitive learners. 

We focus on teaching good work habits and positive attitudes so children will develop a love for learning.

Development goals of the curriculum are: Social, Emotional, Cognitive and Physical.


Staff members can assist families with referrals for children when there is a concern with developmental skills.  Children who are under 3 are referred to Early Intervention Services.  Children who are 3 and older are referred to their own school district.