Little Wonders Learning Center

Wonder. Learn. Grow. 

Why ChooSE

Our School

  1. Certified Instructors
  2. child-first curriculum
  3. full range of classes
  4. tutoring
  5. Summer Program

Little Wonders Learning Center was opened in 2005 to serve the needs of our growing community. Over the years, the school has earned praise for its continuous improvement in student test scores AND consistently high levels of parent satisfaction.

104 Ritz Drive,
Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328
Phone: (570) 828-2500



A number of the founding teachers still teach at Little Wonders Learning Center – a testament to the warmth and spirit of this learning community.

Our Staff
Our philosophy is simple, to make learning fun, interesting and a part of the children’s lives. There is something new to learn every day. Our teachers are compassionate, nurturing individuals who enjoy working with children. Our teachers strive to make your child’s day a fun learning experience.

Staff Qualifications
All of our instructors are certified in first aid and CPR. The lead teachers at Little Wonders hold degrees in Early Childhood Education. All of our staff keeps up to date by attending classes on a continuous basis. We are here to serve all of your preschool/childcare needs including tutoring in most subjects.

About Us
Little Wonders Learning Center is designed as a comprehensive child care/child development center to serve children 6 weeks to 12 years old.  We are a fully licensed and insured child care facility.  We are a Keystone Stars 1 site, a member of REECHE (Recognizing Excellence in Early Childhood Education) and a member of NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children). 

Our goals are to nurture self-esteem and self-confidence through secure relationships, and independence thru successful and satisfying learning experiences.

    To encourage good work habits in caring for self and materials.
    To develop attitudes of caring, cooperation and sharing with children and adults.
    To foster awareness, understanding, and respect for themselves, family, peers and adults.
    To stimulate a curiosity for learning and the ability to be resourceful, to observe, think and problem solve through developmentally appropriate

    hands-on learning experiences.