We believe in what the children can do, not what they can't do.

Preschool Learning Center in Hooksett, New Hampshire


Child Care

Nothing is more precious to you than your children, which is why choosing a safe and secure learning environment is such an important decision. Our child care services provide teaching instruction with a number of subjects, including math, science, cooking, music, and art.
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Outdoor Play

Happy Bear Daycare Learning Center throws a healthy dose of play time in with our teaching instruction. Your children learn to share, play fairly, and have fun while learning in our safe, outdoor play areas.

After School Care

With nearly three decades of experience, our certified teachers provide exceptional before and after school care. You can go to work and carry on with the activities of your day knowing that your children are safe and well with us.

About Us

Happy Bear Daycare Learning Center in Hooksett, New Hampshire, is a daycare and preschool learning center for ages six weeks to 12 years of age. Our director of teaching has her bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and has her certificate in kindergarten through 3rd grade education. Our lead teachers all have college credits in early childhood education.
We carry numerous workshop hours in many different fields of instruction for early childhood education and development, such as preventative SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) training. The entire staff has first aid CPR certifications, and is water safety certified. Background checks and fingerprints have been done, so you can be assured that your children are learning in a secure environment with safe instruction.

A Home Away from Home

Since 1988, we have been a licensed daycare facility located in a quiet, residential area. We offer sibling and military discounts when applicable. As a small group, we provide a home away from home atmosphere for the children and parents.
Our full and open communication policy fosters a close relationship with the parents; we feel that their children are our children. Some of our kids have been with us since birth. We see them off for their first day of school and tear up! The children don't even want to go home; they want to stay for sleepovers!