Infants

Our infant rooms are designed to make each baby feel safe, loved and happy. Your baby will be cuddled, rocked and played with by our expert caregivers.

  • All infants are on individual feeding and napping schedules which duplicate at home routines.
  • Regular playtime includes Tummy Time Fun, music time, sensory exploration and stimulation to help our infants develop emotionally, physically and intellectually.
  • All infants have their own personal cubbies and crib.
  • Sign language is introduced to increase early advancement in children's ability to communicate.
  • Toys, gilders and cribs are sanitized daily and changing tables are sterilized after each diaper is changed.
  • Specific brand of Infant formula and baby food are provided by the Center. You are welcome to bring your choice of food item. You need to bring diapers and baby wipes.

Toddlers

Our toddler program provides plenty of opportunities for our busy little learners to explore and discover the world around them.

  • Interactive circle time, play, music and dance
  • Primary Care Groupings to provide small group, responsive care and learning
  • Curriculum activities deliberately designed to help your child develop his/her attention system
  • Introducing self-help skills such as washing hands, picking up after themselves and sharing
  • Daily outdoor time to encourage social engagement and plenty of fresh air and sunshine

Early Preschool

Preschoolers are continuing their learning adventure with a desire to do things on their own and make new discoveries. That's why we've designed our Preschool Program to fulfill the preschool mind. Our early preschool program encourages sharing, communication and new opportunities as the children become problem solvers, explorers, and inventors. Our goal is to make sure that our pre-school children are ready for kindergarten. While we emphasize learning in the pre-school program, we want children to have fun, too. The number-one way to learn is through play, and learning to play is just as important as learning to write your name.

  • Group circle times where children are introduced to basic letter, shape and number recognition activities
  • Promote imaginary play, creative arts, blocks and building focusing on social development
  • Potty training and beginner daily life skills
  • Outdoor play time is allotted for physical development and growth

PreK/ K Prep

As children enter preschool, our Curriculum shifts to accommodate a more planned structure, preparing preschoolers for the academic schedules they'll soon find in elementary school.

  • Building writing skills with daily activities reinforcing penmanship
  • Center based play with real life enhancements fostering social skills
  • Outdoor play time is allotted for physical development and growth