Physical development: Babies love to move, and all actions are learning activities for them. As your baby tries new skills and masters them—standing, walking, climbing—our caregiver responds to their growing independence by giving our children more complicated toys and materials to explore safely.
Social and Emotional development: From the moment infants are born, they're ready to learn through meaningful interactions with people who care for them. As your baby grows, our caregiver will be there helping them learn how to share, take turns, treat others gently, and make friends. We encourage and guide our children when necessary.
Thinking (Cognitive) skills: Your child is curious about the world around them. Your child's caregiver provides experiences that will help them learn about cause and effect, imitate adults in their play, and use their problem-solving skills.
Language development: Your child's caregiver will help them learn new words—and how conversation works—when they interact with your child and talks to him and for your child's response and then responds in turn.
TODDLERS AND TWOs
Through Relationships with Caring Adults: Teachers help your child feel secure and important. They create strong, positive bonds with your toddler that help her gain confidence so she can explore and learn.
Through Active, Hands-on play: Young children learn best when they can see, hear, taste, touch, and smell objects safely. Through exploration, they start to see how the world works and how to solve problems.
By Connecting New Ideas and Skills to what Toddlers already Know and can Do: All of us learn best when we can link new information to what we already know. Teachers help toddlers do this so that they build knowledge. Teachers also connect learning to whatever your child is interested in, like balls, animals, or trucks!
By Exploring and Making Sense of their World: Toddlers need a lot of experiences with objects and interactions with people to begin understanding them. Play is an important way your toddler explores materials, tests ideas, and starts figuring out why something happens. Toddlers
While young children try to make sense of the world their daily interactions are very important. Our center provides the children the activities that will help them learn about Science, Technology, Math, Social studies, Language and the Arts.
We currently offer the following activities to all classrooms (Infant to Pre-K): American Sign Language Lessons
French Music with Guitar
Music and Dance (Reggae)
TOURS AVAILABLE EVERY WEDNESDAY BY APPOINTMENT (9:30 AM to 11:00 AM)
M-F: 7am - 6pm
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