Infants and Toddlers
Infants will be given individual attention including lots of time for talking, snuggling and more! We provide safe, open spaces for children who are creeping and crawling. Infants will be encouraged to play with a wide variety of toys to strengthen their fine motor skills and develop upper body strength and plenty of floor time.
Large Motor Skills: encourage crawling/rolling over/walking.
Small Motor Skills: Provide infants with age appropriate toys of different shapes, textures, sizes and abilities.
Self-help Skills: Self settling, self feeding (once old enough), etc.
Literacy Skills: Books, baby sign language, etc.
Large Motor Skills: We provide outdoor play, to encourage the development of large motor skills activities that include walking, running, dancing, climbing, jumping, balancing and playing active games along with games that involve starting and stopping of movements.
Small Motor Skills: To encourage the development of small motor skills we provide a variety of toys that encourage grasping scribbling cutting buttoning zipping playing with small manipulative toys.
Promoting social skills: helping children develop and increase awareness of how others feel and how there actions affect others. Provide play and activities that encourage children can learn to play and work along each other and resolve conflicts and respect each others work space and there play space.
Self-help skills: dress themselves and provide a dramatic play area to practice skills, hygiene and toileting manners positive play encourage and let a child be a child.
Literacy skills: Books, story boards, alphabet and writing games. puzzles and sensory table many hands on projects
Math and science concepts are build threw play base activities such as counting matching measuring manipulations of objects recognizing and creating patterns sorting sequencing recognizing of shapes and size.
Creative expression are encourage to experimentation in open ended art projects given opportunities to scribble and paint there choose of colors shapes and space children are exposed to a variety of art forms.
Child-initiated activities Children learn through self paced play and through activities engagement with materials, the providers and other children.