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Building Blocks Play Group New Paltz offers full day preschool and daycare for children from 2 to 5 years of age from 7:00 am to 6:30 pm. Part week and half-day options are also available.

Our preschool is located on S. Ohioville Rd just 1.5 mil

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Enrollment

Building Blocks Play Group New Paltz offers these Preschool and Daycare options:

Full and part day care
Before and after school care
School bus pick up/ drop off  for New Paltz school district

Please call us at 845-208-5700 or 646-

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How to Choose a Preschool Near Me

When your young  family moves into a new neighborhood if one of the first searches you do online is: “preschools near me,” this article is for you. Choosing a suitable preschool for your child can be daunting, but by using this handy guide you’ll be able to quickly decide which one is best for your […]

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New Paltz Daycare Webcam

New Paltz daycare with webcam access, watch your child learn and play all day at Building Blocks Play Group New Paltz! We are the only preschool/daycare in the Hudson Valley with live password-protected webcam access for parents of enrolled children. New Paltz Daycare Webcam Image Quality Our New Paltz daycare webcams are high definition and […]

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A Good Preschool Summer Program

It happens every year to all working families.  The dreaded scourge of summer vacation.  Public and private preschools will customarily change hours of operation and curriculum with the advent of summer and kindergarten is definitely out till September.  Many times parents are left short of the hours of care they may still require,since very few […]

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Can Preschool Children Be Taught a Second Language?

(source: Early Childhood News) For years it has been thought that teaching a foreign language to preschool-age children would be futile. However, recent studies indicate that the best time for a child to learn another language is in the first three to four years of life. Here are some important reasons for exposing children to […]

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Babies don’t just look cute, scientists find

(source: Science Daily) What is it about the sight of an infant that makes almost everyone crack a smile? Big eyes, chubby cheeks, and a button nose? An infectious laugh, soft skin, and a captivating smell? While we have long known that babies look cute, Oxford University researchers have found that cuteness is designed to […]

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