Parents now have the opportunity to enroll their infants in a peaceful class that nurtures newborns through 14 months. The room is carefully prepared by experts in early childhood education to honor each child and meet the needs of their current stage of development. Teachers are passionate, caring, and eager to help infants with their individual needs. They are Infant & Toddler Credentialed and certified in 1st aid and CPR and a Nurse Practitioner is on staff.
Teachers welcome families in the program at any time. You take part in decisions about your child’s care, and you have opportunities to get involved with the program.
Teacher’s and families respect children’s individual personalities and abilities. They also respect each other’s differences, cultures, and backgrounds. Teachers listen to families and try to understand their goals and concerns for their children.
Simple, Interesting Materials
The toys and objects can be used in a variety of ways, like baskets and pails that babies use to dump and fill. There are different types of the same toy, like blocks or balls, in various sizes and made out of different materials. When they’re a little older, babies compare objects and learn to understand words like big, soft, smooth, and shiny.
Secure Open Spaces
Babies need to move on firm surfaces without being in a device or carrier – that’s how they strengthen their muscles. Plus, they can explore the toys and objects that interest them.
The room is divided into separate areas for sleeping, playing, eating and changing diapers. That way, everything and everyone stays clean and safe, and playing infants don’t bother sleeping ones.
A Soothing Environment
Babies can get overwhelmed easily, so caregivers make sure lights aren’t too bright, the room isn’t too cluttered, and recorded music is played only once in a while.
Teachers talk with you about your child’s progress and accomplishments in all areas. They also talk with you about your child’s napping toileting, and other events. That way, they can do somethings (like feeding) the same way you do them at home. Making routines more familiar for children helps them feel comfortable. Also, we use the LifeCubby app for quick access to your child’s information. Check on your child from the convenience of your app.
High-quality programs provide primary care-giving – one caregiver is mainly responsible for caring for a child’s needs and interacting with the family. She isn’t the only one who ever interacts with your child, but she’s your main contact, and your family can depend on her.