Lil' Dragons

This group of children we fondly refer to as our "Lil Dragons". They are an enthusiastic group of children, who are eager to learn and explore. They spend most of their day trying to figure out how the world around them works!! "No" is now the strongest work in their vocabulary... but words are beginning to be pieced together to form short sentences.

A larger spacious classroom setting gives this age group a lot of room to explore. The number of children involved in this program is 13. The child to teacher ratio is 1-to-4, or 2-to-9 when they are broken up into two groups.


Nora Hammar

Nora has been working here at Kids-A-Lot with young children for twenty three years! She is Infant/Toddler and Preschool Teacher DEEC Certified. Nora loves to watch the children grow, learn, and mature. “They say the funniest things and keep me smiling” says Nora. It is important to her to incorporate nature into the classroom themes, and the projects she does with the children. Nora is a mother of two sons, Luke and Zach. Both of them attended Kids-A-Lot as children.

Pam Chavarria

Pam received her Infant/Toddler and Preschool Teaching Certificate from Mass Bay Community College. She has worked in the Childcare profession for 15 years. Pam has three grown daughters and lives in the local area with her husband and their dog Sadie. She likes sewing, walking, hiking and biking. What Pam likes most about working with children is their innocence and joy for learning new things. Pam feels it is very important to change over classroom materials and add new stimulation on a regular basis for the children in her care to get the most out of their daily activities.

Jamiann Azud

Jamiann has been working with children for six years! She graduated from Minuteman Regional High School Tech and is certified for DEEC Early Childhood Education for teaching preschoolers and toddlers. She loves teaching children new things and watching them grow. In her spare time, she likes spending time with her family and friends, going to the beach, going shopping, to the movies, and out to eat. She loves watching the Red Sox on television, and in the fall she watches football with her brother when the Patriots play. She loves working with the children and their families.

What to Bring?

Listed below are items you will need to bring for your child:

  • Diapers (if used)
  • Lunch (including beverage)
  • Favorite security toy or blanket
  • Extra set of clothes
  • Appropriate seasonal clothing
  • Winter - hat, 2 pairs of mittens, boots, warm jacket
  • Spring - light jacket or sweater
  • Summer - bathing suit, towel, sunscreen
All clothing, toys and individual possessions should be labeled.