Infant Program Curriculum

More learning takes place during your child's first three years than at any other time—much of it in the first twelve months. During this time, it's important for your infant, from six-weeks-old to one-year-old, to develop in a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment and engage in an infant curriculum that supports and encourages growth.

Tidy and brightly colored infant room at educational preschool center
A Seamless and Comfortable Transition

To make the transition into our center as smooth as possible, we spend time getting to know you and your infant—to understand both of your individual needs, personalities, and routines. Your child will learn and grow through our infant curriculum that includes fun activities designed to nurture and encourage gross and fine motor skill development. On a typical day, our team will encourage play, sing songs, and read stories to your infant, as well as promote language development by engaging in sign language. At this age, your infant can learn signs for "please" and "thank you!"

A Secure and Nurturing Environment

Your child will be encouraged to learn and explore from day one. Each infant room is equipped with special play areas with toys designed for multi-sensory stimulation (these areas are disinfected daily to create a clean, germ-free environment). Whenever possible, infants are grouped by age so activities can better meet their specific developmental needs. We seek daily one-on-one time with each child so your infant feels safe, secure, and loved.

Close and Careful Communication

Communication with parents is priority during this phase of growth. Caregivers will adhere to a daily schedule that parents supply and provide handwritten daily reports detailing your infant's specific activities, including:

  • Time and amount of feedings
  • Length of nap times
  • Diaper changes
  • General disposition