About Mansfield Children's Center in Mansfield, MA

One of the most important skills to promote in our children is the ability to persist. Even when our children’s creations don’t meet their expectations, it’s important to encourage them to try again. By teaching our children to persist when their pictures don’t please them, they’ll develop the confidence to create something they’ll be proud of. It’s important to promote independence and critical thinking in our children. We need to show them how to think for themselves and take responsibility for their successes and failures. Encouraging our children to accept responsibility for their actions teaches them to become creative problem solvers. It’s important to avoid blaming others if a mistake is made as it sets a dangerous precedent. Helping our children learn from their mistakes and learn to persist will foster an environment of growth and confidence.

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What kind of kids we support

  • Coed
  • Infants
  • Toddlers
  • Preschool
  • Kids


  • Handicap accessible
  • Playground
  • Internet Access
  • Indoor/Outdoor Playground
  • Classrooms

Programs at Mansfield Children's Center in Mansfield, MA

a baby playing with toys

Each infant’s care is structured based on daily communication with parents and the infant’s individual routine. Through sensory and physical experiences both indoors and outdoors, our teachers stimulate and support each infant’s growth in laying a foundation of linguistic, cognitive, physical, social, and emotional skills at this critical stage of brain development.

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a young boy playing with a toy

Our teachers feed our toddlers' natural curiosity by exposing them through their senses to new experiences and concepts. Songs, stories, questions, descriptions and explanations – our toddlers are immersed in hearing language from their teachers while being encouraged and supported to use their own emerging skills. Our curriculum and environment are designed to allow toddlers to explore their new physical capabilities while also providing structure and space for laying a foundation of social, intellectual, and creative skills.

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a couple of girls eating at a table

Our curriculum and environment not only introduces our preschoolers to new skills, but also supports them in gaining a level of proficiency that builds confidence. Through large group, small group, and individual activities, our teachers support the individual needs of each child by further challenging areas of strengths and scaffolding areas of growth.

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Location and contact information

1100 School Street, Mansfield, MA, 02048