Classrooms are separated by age; However children are moved from classrooms according to achievements, ability, and milestones)
Infants (6 weeks – 1 year)

Our babies are challenged everyday to use, enhance and improve their fine motor skills (crawling, stretching, reaching, etc.)  They are given plenty of organized floor play and one on one play time with the teachers.  We love to read books, sing songs and cuddle.  Our center provides our infants with their own individual crib labeled with their name, sheet and blanket, refrigerator with labeled cubbies inside to keep bottles separated, bibs, washcloths, bowls and spoons.  Our classroom is also furnished with infant swings, bouncy chairs, jumper-roo's, walkers, and tons of fun toys.  Our babies also take walk around the grounds.

First Steps  (12 – 18 Months)

Our little ones are beginning to really come into their own.  They want to explore, play and have tons of fun.  We transition from bottles to sippie cups (Cups are provided by the center), jar food to table foods, feeding themselves, and move from napping in cribs to cots.  Our little ones also begin having a structured daily schedule that includes:

  • Circle Time
  • Craft Time
  • Organized floor and table play
  • Learning time
  • Outdoor exploration
  • Sensory Play
  • Reading / Story Time

Young Toddlers (18 – 24 months)

As they are exploring more and more, our toddlers are given the opportunity to explore the world in a safe and controlled environment.  Still developing their fine motor skills, sensory, and more; we are consistently challenging them to explore, touch and learn.  Their day continues to be scheduled including the following:

  • Circle Time
  • Craft Time
  • Organized floor and table play
  • Learning time
  • Outdoor exploration
  • Sensory Play
  • Reading / Story Time

Toddlers (2 – 3 years)

  • Circle Time
  • Craft Time
  • Organized floor and table play
  • Learning time
  • Outdoor exploration
  • Sensory Play
  • Reading / Story Time