New York-Upper West Side - The Learning Experience

New York-Upper West Side

816 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY, 10025


Monday - Friday
07:00AM - 06:30PM
Ages 6 weeks to 6 years

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From preschool through kindergarten, we make early education and daycare joyful, engaging and fun so children are happy to learn, play and grow.

Our team members

Shelby Weiss, Business Manager

Hello, my name is Shelby! I am from Houston, Texas where I joined The Learning Experience family in 2019. I moved to New York City in December 2020 to support…

What sets our TLE® Centers apart

TLE® centers are vibrant, joyous place where kids love to learn and indulge their curiosity. Take a look inside.

We love hearing from our happy parents

Parents are such an important part of The Learning Experience family. We love hearing from them–especially when they share with us the growth and learning they see in their children!


Jan 30:  Celebrate national puzzle day   

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Jan 31:  Open House   

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Characters that bring learning to life

Designed for six stages of early development

Our curriculum is specially designed and created to focus on each of the six early stages of development: Infant, Toddler, Twaddler, Prepper, Preschooler and Kindergartener.

Built with your child’s needs in mind

At each TLE® Center, every detail was picked deliberately — and plays a key part. Together, they inspire a child’s natural curiosity and creativity, and create an overall environment where children feel comfortable, safe and ready to learn.

Committed to innovation in childcare

Since 1980, The Learning Experience® founders the Weissman family have worked to develop and implement childcare and early education programs that are innovative, ground-breaking and built upon three key principles: Learn, Play and Grow.