Established in 1983 to accommodate the growing need of infant care in Fort Washington, Play and Learn Fort Washington Infant/Toddler center is settle on spacious grounds and surrounded with beautiful landscape. Our playgrounds have separate areas for younger and older children. Inside you’ll find bright cheerful classrooms for learning centers and play.
As part of our healthy living standards and alignment with the Let’s Move initiative, Play and Learn Fort Washington Infant/Toddler provides enrichment music as part of the curriculum. An outside specialists in music joins us twice a month and always brings a smile to the children’s faces.
For your convenience, Play and Learn Fort Washington Infant/Toddler offers a low-cost lunch program. Play and Learn Fort Washington Infant/Toddler accepts subsidized payment from Child Care Information Services (CCIS) and offers scholarship assistance through the Granny Scholarship Fund.
Our staff looks forward to providing your child with a supportive and nurturing environment and the best in quality child care and early education.
A message from the Infant & Toddler Center Director, Jane Lee:
I have been with Play and Learn since 1997. I began as a Preschool teacher, then a Kindergarten teacher, and Director at the Blue Bell Play and Learn. I am now happy to begin my journey as Director at Play and Learn Infant Toddler. I have my bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Temple University, my PA Public School Teacher Certification, and Directors Credential Certificate. I am married with two boys who both graduated from the Center. Using what I learned as a teacher, I love to help empower children to become active thinkers and to capitalize on their strengths.