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Children enrolled in our Infant Program will be
participating in the first stepping stone of our Early Education Programs. 

Our babies get a well-rounded experience that supports all areas of their development. This includes reading, art, sign language, exploration of natural
and everyday objects, music, and time for outdoor discovery.  

We combine love, nurturing, and bonding with our teachers to start building the educational foundation that children need.


Two-year-olds are just beginning their journey into the world of education. 

They are learning to understand the process of separation, working to develop trust with their teachers and comfort in their classroom environment. With the help of their teachers, 2s begin to form an awareness of their social footprint – both as individuals who can care for themselves, and as members of the classroom community who care for each other.

Teachers aid in the development of language acquisition as they talk to the children during all interactions. 

Using age-appropriate language to describe the world around them, teachers model language to help promote peer interactions and move children from simply playing side by side to being more engaged in cooperative play.


The world of the three-year-old is filled with socialization, conversation, imagination, and curiosity. They have moved through their stage of separation and now take ownership of the classroom spaces. 

They understand the basic ways we socialize and interact with our peers, and so we begin to challenge them.

We provide them with moments to work on patience through taking longer turns and sharing materials. We lengthen our meeting times and read longer books to work on more focused attention spans. Now that the children have learned to come together as a whole group, we challenge them to work in pairs and small groups as they investigate curricula and class activities.


As children move into the 4s classes, the students have incorporated all the social aspects from the 2s and 3s years. They understand their value as part of the group. They are able to take care of their own needs and the needs of others. They can be part of a pair, small or large learning group.  

Our Pre-K program is designed so that the students spend their days participating in a structured, yet fun curriculum. Some of the daily activities are reading, writing, math, motor skill development, social skill development and physical activities.




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