Education begins in the Infant room with visual and audio stimulation provided to our babies by our loving caregivers. Music, movement, colors, and touch all grasp the young infant’s attention in the early stages of learning. As the children progress to the Toddler classroom and become mobile, more opportunities are made available for exploration and development.
During the toddler year (age 12-24 months) the children develop their ability to interact with caregivers to mimic and copy sounds and movements, identify visual pictures and colors, and begin early counting exercises. The children begin learning to feed themselves as they move from baby foods and bottles to sipper cups and table foods. Children begin to learn in small group settings learning social skills as they interact with classmates as well as caregivers.