All of our classrooms are set up based on age and development of your child.
A typical day:
Each infant has an individualized feeding schedule. Teachers follow babies cues for feeding. Keeping the room sanitized and healthy for our babies is of top priority.
Babies are encouraged to coo, babble, and learn knew things by our loving staff teachers. Nurturing childcare professionals singing and offering a variety of brain stimulating activities is part of our daily baby room curriculum.
As children increase in age and development finger foods and sippy cups are encouraged to work or fine motor control and eye-hand coordination. Children have room to move and are encouraged to roll, crawl, and walk according to their individual level.
Toddlers are busy trying to figure out everything in their world. We have caring staff that offer stimulating activities for the quickly developing brains. Singing is part of our curriculum as well as puzzles, matching games, building blocks, dress-up and much more.
A fun interactive classroom with their own playground awaits our toddlers. Children are encouraged to use their fine motor skills while joining in fun creative art and craft projects.
Toddlers are starting to play side by side and learning to share. Our knowledgeable staff give toddlers a variety of fun opportunities to learn how to use their new words and development caring for others.
Children are offered a variety of activity centers that encourage a sense of confidence and self-esteem while also exploring the subjects of math, science, language, and writing. Some of the daily activities include calendar counting, singing, story time, and letter recognition.
Our center offers a safe outdoor area for trikes, running, jumping, climbing, and just playing. Children are given many opportunities to explore fine motor skill development by using scissors, chalk, crayons, paint, markers, and other exciting media.
Students learn to get along with their friends by interacting one on one and during group sharing activities. Free time is also a part of the day and children are encouraged to interact socially appropriate with their peers and teachers.
Children learn to sit with a group, table manners, socially appropriate behavior, academic skills, and a love for learning from our enjoyable yet structured classroom environment.
Before school, after school and summer camp options.
Fun activities. Homework help. Field trips to pool, skating rink, and library in the summer.