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Birth – 2 Years

Our commitment to quality education begins by caring for infants 6 weeks through toddlers age 2 years. Our infant rooms provide vital care during the early developmental stages and offer peace of mind to parents who need this care.

As the children grow and develop, they are transitioned into our one-year- and two-year-old rooms. Here the children are encouraged to participate in age-appropriate activities that stimulate creativity, imagination and independence.

Your infant will receive lots of personal attention and interaction from our highly trained teachers and staff. Our room is a warm and creative environment for the infants to develop their minds and bodies. We are committed to making this first transition away from home easy and natural for you and your child.

  • Building trust through nurturing personal care
  • Interacting with others to spark curiosity and socialization
  • Focusing on cognitive and motor skills through playtime and activities
  • Developing skills through age-appropriate materials and toys

We are committed to making this first transition away from home easy and natural for you and your child.

  • Practice crawling, standing and walking
  • Using Sign language
  • Feeding Themselves
  • Developing social skills and make friends
  • Improving cognitive and motor skills through playtime and activities
  • Development through age-appropriate materials and toys
  • Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child’s day

Our classroom and equipment are designed to support safe exploration so your child has room to discover. Regular communication between teachers and parents will keep you informed about your child’s day.

  • Learn about Jesus through simple meal time prayers, songs and stories
  • Explore and discover, build motor skills, and improve coordination
  • Develop balance and hand/eye coordination
  • Social and verbal skills are developed through daily group instruction
  • Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences
  • Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning
  • Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration
  • Daily physical activities

Children build a sense of community as they interact with each other through daily activities. Regular communication between teachers and parents will keep you informed about your child’s day.

  • Learn about Jesus through simple meal time prayers, songs and stories.
  • Build social and verbal skills are developed through daily group instruction
  • Practice and develop self help skills
  • Learn monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences
  • Develop confidence, self-esteem, independent skills and a love of learning
  • Explore and discover, build motor skills, and improve coordination.
  • Develop balance and hand/eye coordination
  • Learn areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration
  • Daily physical activities