A Place Your Kids Will Love
Tiny Hands Enrichment Center Inc will deliver the same love and individual care to your child as they would find in a home childcare setting – with an added educational component. Our facility boasts an open floor plan full of vibrant colors that encourages interaction, activity, and learning.
Learning & Nurturing
Helping Them Thrive
Our programs encourage health, fitness, and musical creativity. We whole-heartedly believe each child learns at their own pace but also learning through play every single day.
Tiny Hands Family Daycare is an extended facility previously established as an in-home daycare founded in March 2006. After 13 years, Tiny Hands Family Daycare changed its name to Tiny Hands Enrichment Center Inc, where our employees have cared for numerous children and opened new doors on November 19, 2018.
The increase in demand for our team’s services has validated our direction and mission of providing a supportive and loving atmosphere in the larger childcare center. After researching current childcare options, it also became evident that the “one size fits all” approach of many existing local and national childcare options did not fit into the T.H.E.C approach to childcare. No methodical classroom routines with little room for spontaneity and little room for children to play and learn through play were not the model for Tiny Hands Enrichment Center Inc.
Boosting Education for Future
Our teachers are encouraged to expand on the traditional curriculum using creativity, activity, and play while encouraging them to think outside the box. Our teachers have the freedom to teach in different ways to meet all of our T.H.E.C children's unique learning styles. We also work with our families to help ensure that learning flows from classroom to home and vice versa.
Bringing over a decade of home childcare experience to Tiny Hands Enrichment Center Inc, we will never lose our core values. We will never forget that our goal is to create a caring environment for growth, learning, and memories that will last a lifetime.
We think learning should be fun – So, we build our program activities in a way that promotes just that! Studies show, again and again, the important role play has in our children’s learning experience. We learn best through PLAY.
We strive to be a natural extension of your FAMILY. We know that we are successful only with your support.
Physical activity and proper nutrition are the cornerstones of our program. We believe that fueling the body appropriately is the first step in overall HEALTH & WELLNESS.
Your child’s needs and learning style are unique – just like them. We work with them as INDIVIDUALS.
My name is Dayanara Rodriguez. I am a Preschool Teacher at Tiny Hands Enrichment Center. I was born in Puerto Rico but was raised in Boston, MA, for most of my life. I studied at Urban College of Boston and am currently completing my credits for my Associate of Arts for Early Child Care Education. My hobbies that I enjoy the most is spending time with my family and friends and going to the mall. My skills as a Preschool Teacher is the curriculum. I enjoy coming up with different activities that would allow children to grow developmentally.
My personal goal in life is to be the best version of myself, never give up on what I want to accomplish, always promote positivity to myself and others. My professional goal is never to give up when things get challenging and keep moving forward to become the best person I can be. My Mission statement is, “Always believe in yourself, never let someone stop you from doing what you want to do in life. Maintain a positive mind and promote positivity to others as well.”
My name is Adena Prince. I am currently a preschool teacher at Tiny Hands Enrichment Center. I've been working as an early professional educator for over 20 years in various child care centers in the Boston area. I knew I wanted to become a teacher at a very young age growing up in the U.S. Virgin Islands. I later pursued my study at Atlantic Union College in South Lancaster, Massachusetts, where I graduated with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education and psychology. Shortly I would like to further my education and follow my dreams of having my child care center.
As a dedicated educator of young children, I intend to enrich their learning and life skills by creating a safe, nurturing, and fulfilling environment. Some skills I have implemented in my curriculum include scrapbooking, poetry writing, and comprehensive themed lesson plans. Besides work, I love to go on small adventures, learn new things, and spend time with family.
Hello, my name is Lydia Oliver, and I have been teaching young children for over 10 years. I was born and raised in Boston, MA. I am a proud mom of 2 beautiful little girls, 1 and 5 yrs old. I am currently working on my last two semesters, in Early Childhood Education, at Roxbury Community College.
Since I was a child, I always knew I would be a teacher. The happiness I feel in my heart every time a child learns something new is incredible! I enjoy exploring new things with them, as well. If they ask how something works and I don't know myself, I'll look it up and then show them. "Can you color on play dough?" I don't know, but we will try together and find out! The light in their eyes when we do the experiment and find out is the best thing ever! Moments like that make teaching the best profession.
My name is Monique. I’m the assistant infant/toddler teacher at Tiny Hands Enrichment Center.
I was born and raised in Boston, MA. I attended Brockton High School and graduated in 1998. Now I’m currently residing in Boston, Massachusetts. I’m a mother of two beautiful children, my daughter Milan and my son Mason. They are my pride and joy. I thank God for them. I enjoy being around children, and I take pride in caring for them as they are my own. My goal is to obtain my teaching certification and furthering education in the Early Childhood Education field.
My life mission is to constantly strive to be the best version of myself in my job, with my health, family, and friends. Aside from my job, my passion is cooking. I love preparing a good meal for my children to eat and the daycare when we’re having a special event. My hobbies are shopping and taking walks but, most importantly, spending time with family and close friends.
My name is Nurby. I am the lead infant/toddler teacher at Tiny Hands Enrichment Center. I was born and raised in Dominican Republic. I attended Francisco GreagorioBillini high school located in Bani, Dominican Republic and moved to America after graduating at 17 years old. Currently I live in Boston,Massachusetts. I am a mother of 5 children, Anay, Emili, Karla, Lisbeth and Erick. I’ve taught and watched them grow into respectable young adults. I take pride in raising them as a single mother. I would like to continue nurturing and teaching kids so that they could also grow up into strong individuals like my kids.
As a Child Care Teacher with two years of experience, my goal is to get my Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education. I am currently taking courses through Urban College. So far some of my certifications include 5 Rights of Medication Administration, CPR/ First Aid Certification, Teacher Certification TP;TI/T and Child Growth & Development among many others.
I believe in nurturing children through play. I think that this is an important way for kids to learn. I would like to continue creating an engaging curriculum for children and make a positive influential change in the community. Aside from my job, I like to spend time with my puppy Luna and family. I also love to treat myself by getting my hair and nails done.