OUR ACTIVITIES

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Classrooms

6 weeks through 18 months old

18 months through 3 years of age

3 through 4 years of age

activities

Classrooms

6 weeks through 24 months old

24 months through 3 1/2 years of age

3 1/2 through 5 years of age


Classrooms

Infant/Toddler Room

The Infant/Toddler room strives for a comforting experience with childcare. We help babies reach their developmental milestones including rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, walking and language development.
Every baby is special and is encouraged to explore a nurturing environment where each baby he or she can develop new skills at his or her own pace.
The Infant/Toddler room schedule flexibility allows us to meet each child’s needs while leaving room for planned activities.
We promote self- learning and curiosity which aide’s mastery of the skills necessary for problem resolution.

Toddler Room

The Toddler Room provides an all sensory learning environment, concentrating on developing your child’s fine and gross motor skills, speech and language development, cognitive, social and emotional development.
We address the very active needs of toddlers by providing a schedule that will satisfy much of their curiosities about the world around them.
We encourage your child's independence and self- help skills such as, sitting for meals, eating with utensils, and toilet training.
We help children develop caring relationships with peers and adults by teaching them to show respect, learn to share, and help one another.

Pre-School Room

The Pre-School Room provides a very interactive learning environment as your child’s skill levels have increased rapidly. There are many opportunities to develop in the areas of language, science, math, art, and music as they are introduced to the classroom. Social skills are ever important, as they are getting closer to going to school. Emphasis is put on skills such as sharing, taking turns, respect for others and communicating problems to adults and peers through verbal communication. At this age, Early Childhood Assessments become an integral part of measuring your child’s developmental milestones. Early detection is considered priority if special needs arise that needs to be confronted before entering school. This is also where Early Childhood Screening for Kindergarten will take place with the school district your child will be attending.

activities

Classrooms

6 weeks through 24 months old

24 months through 3 1/2 years of age

3 1/2 through 5 years of age


Classrooms

Infant/Toddler Room

The Infant/Toddler room strives for a comforting experience with childcare. We help babies reach their developmental milestones including rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, walking and language development.
Every baby is special and is encouraged to explore a nurturing environment where each baby he or she can develop new skills at his or her own pace.
The Infant/Toddler room schedule flexibility allows us to meet each child’s needs while leaving room for planned activities.
We promote self- learning and curiosity which aide’s mastery of the skills necessary for problem resolution.

Pre-K Room

The Pre-K Room is designed with a curriculum to prepare children to enter Kindergarten-physically, cognitively, socially, and emotionally. Additionally, we strive to prepare your child for his/her changing development. Learning a lot about themselves and their peers helps to express themselves and resolve problems. They also start to accept structure and understand routine, while still embracing creative play. As with our other classrooms, the Pre-K Room offers learning centers for each child to continue to develop the necessary skills they need to take on the world. The opportunities for growth in the areas of language, science, math, art , music, and social skills are continued.

School Age Room (Before/After Care)

The after-care program provides forms of childcare for children who’s school days do not coincide with the working hours of their parents or guardians. We bring a wide range of benefits to your child, family and community. We strive to boost academic performance, reduce risky behaviors, promote physical health, and provide a safe, structured environment for the children of working parents.