Programs

​"Education is the most powerful weapon which   you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
​Infants

 

(6 weeks to 18 months old)

            Our infant program provides a safe, stimulating, and nurturing environment for your baby to explore.  Routine is so important in an infant’s day, so our caregivers work hard to stick to a schedule that suits each infants needs.  Parents and caregivers work together in promoting each child’s growth and development.  The caregivers are in constant communication with our families to insure that the children are receiving the best care possible.

​Toddlers

(18 months to 2 years old)

            Our Toddler classroom focuses on the needs of each toddler. Curiosity is the key to the toddlers world and we strive to allow each child’s own personal expression and curious mind!  The classroom is structured to facilitate this self exploration and need for understanding.  Also, at this age children strive for their independence, although they are usually not quite ready.  We find the balance for the children by involving them in art projects, games, and play that allows them to succeed while also allowing them to express their individual personalities and creativity.

Two's

 

The Two’s classroom focuses on the child as an individual who thrives on structure and routine.  The theme based curriculum that is implemented has a specific routine that is followed each day.  The children move throughout their day calmly and respond well to the days events.  The curriculum uses stories, art, and movement activities to help the children begin to grasp early concepts, such as colors, shapes, correspondence, letters, and numbers.

Three's

Our Three’s classroom uses the nationally renowned curriculum, The Land of the Letter People.  The Letter People is a literacy based curriculum that allows every child to succeed.  The curriculum promotes oral language, vocabulary, and early literacy.  This curriculum also incorporates a broad range of theme based learning which expands each child’s critical thinking skills.

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