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Utilizing the Creative Curriculum as well as other proven early childhood methodologies we teach your children through art, music and play making sure they reach important early learning standards.
INFANTS-Each day your child will be discovering things using all five senses, copying simple actions of the people around them, experimenting with toy instruments, exploring textures, colors, and learning a variety of words and sounds through playing with other children. Goals for infants focus on relationships with caregivers, developing trust and security, and exploration. Infants and toddlers should be given opportunities that utilize all their senses as they discover toys and other appropriate objects. Their interests should also be taken into account. Independent play, teacher-directed play, and increasing amounts of play with peers are all included in the curriculum. An appropriate curriculum recognizes the wide variety of development, interests, and temperaments present with young children. Throughout the daily routine, each activity from diapering to eating is seen as an opportunity for the caregiver to build a meaningful relationship with the child. A variety of learning experiences are provided as children play with objects, caregivers, and eventually their peers. The child’s personality and interests are used to guide curriculum choices.
TODDLERS-When your child is all over the place, they’re discovering their world! Toddlers learn best in safe, loving places where they can explore, in their own way. The activities for this age group are built around toddlers’ limitless curiosity and their natural desire to push boundaries. During their time with us your child will learn to count, discover writing and music, and start building toward following simple instructions and using the potty.
Goals for toddlers focus on independence, discovery, need for control, and early social interactions. Infants and toddlers should be given opportunities that utilize all their senses as they discover toys and other appropriate objects. Their interests should also be taken into account. Independent play, teacher-directed play, and increasing amounts of play with peers are all included in the curriculum.
Throughout the daily routine, each activity from diapering to eating is seen as an opportunity for the caregiver to build a meaningful relationship with the child. A variety of learning experiences are provided as children play with objects, caregivers, and eventually their peers. The child’s personality and interests are used to guide curriculum choices.
PRESCHOOL-With improved coordination and thinking the world begins to open up for preschoolers. Our program introduces language, math, science and social skills. Each day at Hoboken Day Care 100 preschoolers explore science experiments, create artwork, play dress up and play music and movement games. In this way they learn following directions and other key skills for learning success. Goals expand for preschool-age children to focus on exploration, investigation, and vocabulary growth. Knowledge in traditional subject areas like math, reading, science, social studies, and the arts is introduced. A challenging curriculum for preschoolers is sometimes child-led and other times teacher-led. Preschoolers have a wealth of interactions with caregivers, peers, and a wide variety of engaging materials. Also, students learn how to recognize their personal achievements.
PREK-Your child will gain independence while getting ready for the transition to kindergarten with a more organized environment. Each day your child will learn phonetic sounds, do simple addition and subtraction, creating simple patterns, sing songs, create art, and make music. The curriculum should be integrated overall with “focusing” lessons as needed. Focused lessons* are devoted to a particular skill like recognizing print numerals and letters. Educational materials reflect the children’s culture. Individual, small group, and whole class activities are used to promote a child’s learning. The teacher should use the interests of the students to help plan topics and lessons. Various academic subjects are taught through meaningful experiences and play is a cornerstone of the day.
Arts and crafts
Music and movement
Foreign languages (Spanish)
What Children Learn
On the basis of scientific research and state and professional standards, The Creative Curriculum identifies the knowledge, skills, and concepts important for preschool children to acquire in each content area: literacy, math, science, social studies, the arts, and technology.
We describe the key components of these content areas:
Literacy: vocabulary and language, phonological awareness, letters, words, print, comprehension, books and other texts, and sources of enjoyment
Mathematics: numbers; patterns and relationships; geometry and spatial awareness; measurement; and data collection, organization, and representation
Science: physical science, life science, and earth and the environment
Social Studies: spaces and geography, people and how they live, people and the environment, and people and the past
The Arts: dance, music, drama, and the visual arts
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AFTER CARE IS AVAILABLE UNTIL 6:00.
PART TIME CARE IS NOT OFFERED AT HDC100.
About | Hoboken Day Care 100
Hoboken Day Care 100 provides a warm, loving and clean environment for your child. Utilizing the Creative Curriculum as well as other proven early childhood methodologies we teach your child through art, music and purposeful play making sure they reach important early learning standards. We enable children to develop confidence, creativity and critical thinking skills. All our staff members are CPR and first aid certified.
In 1972 the City of Hoboken received a HUD Grant to house a number of resources for the community in one building. The City of Hoboken asked Hoboken Day Care 100 to become the resource for subsidized child care. Hoboken Day Care 100 has served many families though subsidized services as well as private day care tuition. We pride ourselves on having a wonderfully diverse student and teacher population that reflects the community that we serve.
Our building is conveniently located close to public transportation. Our classrooms are bright, colorful and clean. We have a big open outdoor space where students can run and play.
The mission of our program is to provide children and families with quality child care that promotes individual growth and development. Our goal is to prepare children to be confident and creative lifelong learners by growing physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively through developmentally appropriate learning activities.
Please click the link below to find out more about our Play-Based Learning and how it benefits our students!
We provide a delicious breakfast and snack each day. Parents provide lunch.
Milk/water are provided with
each meal. All infant meals up to age 1 are provided.
Each child is assigned their own crib/cot for naptime.
Linens are not shared between children.
children will have outside time every day. Infants over 5 months will go for walks locally in their strollers. Toddlers and preschool have use of the backyard area.
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Keeping children of all ages safe and healthy is one of the most important tasks of child care providers.
Keeping our child care environment clean is one of the best ways to help ensure that our children stay healthy. Dirty toys, bedding, linens, eating utensils, and surfaces can carry and spread germs. Regular disinfecting are part of the routine in a child care setting.
Diapering and toileting are two of the most common times that germs are spread in child care. Our teachers know the right way to change diapers and appropriate ways to help children use the toilet in order to greatly reduce the spread of illness in the child care program.
As child care providers, we know that unintentional injuries will happen from time to time. The best way to handle an unintentional injury is to be prepared before it happens. When you know how to respond in an emergency, and have the supplies you need, you are confident and can respond in a timely manner. All Hoboken Day Care 100 staff members are CPR/First Aid certified.
Keeping all children healthy is an important goal of child care programs, and washing hands carefully and thoroughly can help children and child care providers prevent the spread of germs that cause illness. Thorough hand washing can remove as much as 90 percent of the virus-containing particles and bacteria on your skin. That’s a lot of protection from infection for the amount of time and effort it takes. Child care providers and children should wash their hands regularly during the day.
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Sports Day in the group “Fairy Tale”
Purpose: to cultivate the desire to play sports, take care of your health.
Teacher: Gambarova E.E.
# Islet 100
# Skazka group
Day of the rope in the group “Fairy Tale”
Purpose: development of motor activity through the game with the rope.
“One, two, three, four, five,
We start to jump
We jump straight, we jump sideways
With a turn and a jump
In the morning, in the evening and in the afternoon.
We don’t get tired of jumping!”
Read more: Skipping Rope Day.
Day of the paratrooper in the Kolosok group.
Purpose: to continue to expand the horizons and knowledge of children about skydivers.
Teacher: Sardina T.V.
“What’s that, what’s that noise?
The ball is bouncing: boom-boom-boom!
Jump-jump-jump and jump-jump-jump,
Rolled away under a bush. “
Teacher: Tereshina A. P.
Read more: Ball Day.
Video clip from SDG63
Public services. We decide together
Distance learning for preschoolers
Distance learning for preschoolers
National project “Education”
Occupational health and safety
- Regulations on the organization of work on labor protection
- Regulations on the organization of work on labor protection and ensuring the safety of educational activities
- Regulation on the authorized person for labor protection
- Regulation on the investigation and recording of industrial accidents
- Regulations on the procedure for providing workers with special clothing, special footwear and other personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Regulations on the commission on labor protection
- Summary sheet of the results of a special assessment of working conditions
- Plan of main measures in the field of civil defense, prevention and elimination of emergency situations, ensuring fire safety and safety of people at water bodies
- Regulations on access and intra-object mode
- Order on responsible employees for protecting the life and health of pupils
- Instructions for the protection of life and health of pupils of preschool educational institution
- Documents for MKDO
- On the island of childhood
Navigator of additional education for children
Creative group “Health group in kindergarten”
Creative group “Healthy eating”
Creative group of preschool teachers in the direction of “Technical creativity”
Creative group “Safety for parents”
A lesson for life
Municipal budgetary preschool educational institution for children No. 100 “Ostrovok” of the urban district of Tolyatti
Attention! Personal data of are published on the official website of the MBU kindergarten No. 100 “Island” with the written consent of their parents (legal representatives) in accordance with the requirements of Article 9 of the Federal Law of 27.07.2006. No. 152-FZ “On personal data”.
Documents (Agreements on the processing of personal data) are stored in MBU kindergarten No. 100 Ostrovok.
Our address: 445011, Russia, Samara region, Tolyatti, st. Stavropolskaya, 102
Phones: 8(8482) 48-11-98; 8(8482) 48-33-40
Fax : 8(8482) 48-33-40
- Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
- Official website of the President of Russia
- Federal State Educational Standards
- Federal Portal “Russian Education”
- IS “Unified collection of digital educational resources”
- Federal Center for Information and Educational Resources
- Official portal of the Samara Region Government
- Official portal of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Samara Region
- VKontakte of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Samara Region
- Samara Department of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Samara Region
MADOU d/s No.
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Dear parents! RECEPTION AND ISSUANCE OF CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CARDS during the summer period will be carried out on certain days:
Building 1 (T. Snezhina St., 47) – every WEDNESDAY from 10.00 to 14.00;
Building 2 (St. T. Snezhina, 37/1) – every THURSDAY from 13.00 to 15
Building 4 (V. Potylitsyn St., 9/2) – Monday-Thursday from 09.00 to 16.00
Dear parents! We would like to inform you that the kindergarten is closed for repairs
Building 1: st. T. Snezhina, 47 from 10.07 to 07.08.2023
building 2: st. T. Snezhina, 37/1 – from 13.06 to 09.07.2023
building 3: st. V. Potylitsyna, 9/1- from 10.07 to 07.08.2023
building 4: st. V. Potylitsyna, 9/2 – from 13.06 to 09.07.2023
Events dedicated to the 130th anniversary of the city of Novosibirsk
and projects within the framework of the 130th anniversary of the city of Novosibirsk. By clicking on the link, you can see the calendar of interesting events in the field of education.
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Entering the military service under a contract in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
Decree No. 4637 dated December 21, 2022 on the fee charged from parents (legal representatives) for the supervision and care of children studying programs TO
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