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Infant Community

We provide a nurturing and safe learning environment for students three to 18 months of age that is designed to encourage infants’ cognitive, emotional, and physical development. Our infant classrooms provide personal, warm and loving care in a colorful, stimulating, clean, and healthy environment. The classroom is filled with books, toys, and materials to encourage and promote discovery and awareness. We have an open-door policy, and parents are always welcome to come and chat with our teachers about their child's progress and development.

Infants are all very unique and have their own patterns for play, feeding, and sleeping. We use an infant’s unique patterns as our guide to introduce daily activities that help prepare the infant for life. The infant curriculum includes math, science, sensory, art, fine motor, gross motor, and social awareness activities, and our teachers continually update the toys, activities, and lesson plans to meet the children's ever-growing needs.

Skills We Practice




Recognizing numbers

Recognizing colors

Identifying shapes 

Fine Motor

Picking up toys

Holding a crayon

Eating finger foods

Finger painting


Feeling warm and cold items

Exploring cause and effect

Discovering weight

Recognizing properties

Gross Motor

Rolling over

Cruising and crawling

Pulling up



Listening to music

Smelling scent jars

Feeling texture books

Seeing colors and pictures

Tasting new foods

Social Awareness

Discussing emotions

Playing simple games

Reading stories

Singing songs


Using stamps


Mixing materials

Molding materials

Enrichment Classes

Music appreciation

Hand-eye coordination

Fine arts

Language skills

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