Classes + Curriculum
The curriculum in each classroom reflects the emotional, physical, social, and cognitive needs of each child. development needs are used to determine appropriate activities that are carried out with each child. Because children grow, learn, and develop at different rates, each child’s unique development needs are used to determine appropriate activities for them – this approach gives them the opportunity to explore each area of development at their own pace. Health, safety, hygiene, and nutrition are part of each day’s learning activities.
Each classroom provides age-based learning and development activities. An important part of your child’s early years is a continuing development of knowledge of the social world and of how to interact with peers and adults. Your child’s age, developmental stage, and the composition of the classroom are all considered when determining placement.
Our classroom for infants features safe and nurturing spaces for tummy time, crawling and walking exploration.
6W – 12M
Younger Toddler Classroom
Our young toddlers participate in developmentally appropriate open learning and social discovery through play – plus lots of singing, art and activities.
12M – 24M
Older Toddler Classroom
The focus of this classroom is to provide older toddlers with the tools for success with self-help skills, and independence.
2Y – 3Y
Our preschool classrooms help children develop social skills, peer interaction, self-help skills and the ability to explore and learn.
3Y – 5Y
Both preschool classrooms provide play-based learning and feature activities designed to promote letter recognition, name recognition, and counting.
3Y – 5Y