Infant/toddler care


Each infant is cared for according to his/her own schedule and needs. The infant/pre-toddler curriculum includes activities throughout the day as time and your child’s interest permits.

Activities focus on motor, art, music, simple problem solving, cause and effect and social experience. Naps and feedings are scheduled on a individual basis with each child’s need in mind. Pre-toddler are gradually moved to a more regular nap and meal scheduled. Developmental toys are always available for infants free play. Daily activity plans are for you to know what each child is playing and learning that week.



A more regular routine Provides security for the toddler. Children enter the toddler curriculum between 12 months and 15 months or when they are developmentally ready on an individual basis (space permitting). Weekly activity plans are posted in the toddler room. Toddlers the opportunities to make choices motor arts, dramatic play, simple cooking, discovering problem solving, music, books, self-help skills and interactive play.

The daily schedule for routines and activities is flexible, based on children’s interest, moods, and weather conditions.