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      Our program provides educational, hands-on experiences through free-play, learning centers, and structured activities, such as circle or story time. Some of our curriculum areas include pre-reading and writing skills, math activities, fine and large motor activities, art and sensory experiences, communication and language skills, science and nature and creative movement/music


      The INFANT PROGRAM is designed as a self-contained room with no more than 4 infants. They receive quality individual care and their physical needs are met. Their day is planned to coincide with home schedules. Each baby is assigned a crib that only they use. All foods must be provided by the parent daily. Bottles, jars and containers must be labeled with child’s name. Daily reports go home to inform parents of their infant’s day. The teacher to child ratio is 1:4.

      The TODDLER PROGRAM has activities that are designed to promote safety while learning. Toddlers spend their day with music, arts & crafts, story time, sharing with their friends and learning thru play. Potty training and preparing our toddlers for preschool is supported. Daily reports go home for parents to share their child’s experiences. The teacher to child ratio is 1:4.

      The PRESCHOOL PROGRAM focuses on developing a natural curiosity for learning. We do this through daily teaching of the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors. Other activities include writing, dramatic play, art, music and group free play. Weekly notes are sent home to inform you of your child’s activities. The teacher to child ratio is 1:8.

      The PRE-KINDER PROGRAM is structured as a hands-on learning environment. Children are writing, putting letter s together to make words, math problem solving and skill mastery which would prepare them for Kindergarten. This class takes walking field trips to the library and several parks in the areas. Progress reports are sent home on a weekly basis. The teacher to child ratio is 1:10.

      Our philosophy is to allow children to use their own imaginations. For instance, a wooden train rather than an electric one, a simple doll rather than one that talks. We strive to challenge and stimulate each child at his or her own developmental level.