Programs


From our director:

As a parent, choosing child care is one of the most important commitments I have ever had to make in my child’s life. The loving environment that must exist in a classroom is patience, kindness, trust, selflessness, forgiveness, and dedication. As a mom, I want to know my child has a sense of belonging within the classroom, that he is able to tackle challenges and take risks, and that it is OK to ask those 100 questions he wants to know the answers to. The care children receive in these primary years sets the stage for the continuance of their education process. Research shows that children enrolled in high-quality learning environments experience greater success in school, college and as adults.


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Programs


From our director:

As a parent, choosing child care is one of the most important commitments I have ever had to make in my child’s life. The loving environment that must exist in a classroom is patience, kindness, trust, selflessness, forgiveness, and dedication. As a mom, I want to know my child has a sense of belonging within the classroom, that he is able to tackle challenges and take risks, and that it is OK to ask those 100 questions he wants to know the answers to. The care children receive in these primary years sets the stage for the continuance of their education process. Research shows that children enrolled in high-quality learning environments experience greater success in school, college and as adults.


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Our teachers assess each child’s development throughout the year, to help guide planning, teaching, and partnerships with parents.
Our teachers assess each child’s development throughout the year, to help guide planning, teaching, and partnerships with parents.

Infants

6 Weeks to 18 Months

In our infant program, emphasis is placed on the child’s physical needs such as feeding and diapering, as well as interpersonal interaction. Each infant classroom is designed to develop physical, emotional, social and cognitive skills for babies between the ages of six weeks and eighteen months.

Connecting with Infants is a comprehensive curriculum for infants from birth through eighteen months. The curriculum was developed through a contract with the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education.


The curriculum focuses on:
An environment that is nurturing, safe, healthy and inviting for infants
Responsive care and positive relationships between caregivers and infants
Positive relationships with families
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Infants

6 Weeks to 18 Months

In our infant program, emphasis is placed on the child’s physical needs such as feeding and diapering, as well as interpersonal interaction. Each infant classroom is designed to develop physical, emotional, social and cognitive skills for babies between the ages of six weeks and eighteen months.

Connecting with Infants is a comprehensive curriculum for infants from birth through eighteen months. The curriculum was developed through a contract with the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education.


The curriculum focuses on:
An environment that is nurturing, safe, healthy and inviting for infants
Responsive care and positive relationships between caregivers and infants
Positive relationships with families

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Toddlers

18 Months to Two-and-a-Half Years

While each toddler is a unique individual, developing toddlers typically share many common characteristics. Toddlers evolve rapidly in all domains of development and learning, especially social and emotional development, cognitive development, physical development and health, and language development. They are also beginning to understand some things in the domains of emergent literacy, mathematical thinking, science and technology, social studies, and creativity and aesthetics.

Toddlers are active. They can walk, run, climb and jump. They touch and they manipulate objects in their environment. The five senses of touch, taste, smell, seeing and hearing are the information gathering tools of toddlers. Through their senses they get in touch with their world.


The Adventures for Toddlers Curriculum will help build your child’s educational learning in social and emotional development, cognitive development, physical development and health, and language development.

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Toddlers

18 Months to Two-and-a-Half Years

While each toddler is a unique individual, developing toddlers typically share many common characteristics. Toddlers evolve rapidly in all domains of development and learning, especially social and emotional development, cognitive development, physical development and health, and language development. They are also beginning to understand some things in the domains of emergent literacy, mathematical thinking, science and technology, social studies, and creativity and aesthetics.

Toddlers are active. They can walk, run, climb and jump. They touch and they manipulate objects in their environment. The five senses of touch, taste, smell, seeing and hearing are the information gathering tools of toddlers. Through their senses they get in touch with their world.


The Adventures for Toddlers Curriculum will help build your child’s educational learning in social and emotional development, cognitive development, physical development and health, and language development.

Pre-K

Two-and-a-Half to Five Years

Research in brain development shows that early learning experiences directly influence a child’s ability to succeed in school. Children who participate in quality prekindergarten programs are more likely to show strengths in language, reasoning, problem solving, social skills, behavior and emotional health.

The Creative Curriculum for Preschool is a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that features exploration and discovery as a way of learning, enabling children to develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical-thinking skills.

Creative Curriculum focuses on:
English Language Acquistion
Science and Technology
Social-Emotional
Physical Activity
Social Studies
Mathematics
Language
Cognitive
Literacy
Art
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Pre-K

Two-and-a-Half to Five Years


Research in brain development shows that early learning experiences directly influence a child’s ability to succeed in school. Children who participate in quality prekindergarten programs are more likely to show strengths in language, reasoning, problem solving, social skills, behavior and emotional health.

The Creative Curriculum for Preschool is a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that features exploration and discovery as a way of learning, enabling children to develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical-thinking skills.

Creative Curriculum focuses on:
English Language Acquistion
Science and Technology
Social-Emotional
Physical Activity
Social Studies
Mathematics
Language
Cognitive
Literacy
Art