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Junior Infant Room

We provide a comforting environment in which infants can develop and move around. The room is designed specifically with play areas that emphasize physical activity and visual and tactile stimulation.

Age-appropriate toys are found in this room that enhance the development of small/large motor and cognitive skills. Positive teacher interactaction with the infant promotes language, social and emotional development.

• Nurturing and secure environment

• An atmosphere that allows for your infant to develop at his/her own pace
  with a schedule that is compatible to home.

• Our program ensures that your infant will be stimulated through a range of
  activities that includes an exersaucer, music chair, bouncy car, and floor time.

• A consistent daily routine provides stability and a sense of security that is needed
  by your infant. The same caregiver will be there daily to assure that proper care is given.

• The curriculum includes special times for music, strolling, teacher/infant interaction,
  and playing with toys that are developmentally appropriate.

• A written daily record is kept of your child’s physical, emotional, and eating habits.

What to Bring
Disposable diapers
A labeled blanket for crib
A complete change of labeled clothing
Pre-made formula for each day
Jar food, cereal, and/or juices

Read the daily schedule for the junior infant room

Senior Infant Room

We provide a stimulating environment in which infants can investigate and move around. The room is designed specifically with play areas that emphasize physical activity and promote independent play.

Age-appropriate toys are found in this room for the development of small/large motor and intellectual thinking skills. Teachers interact and talk with the infants to promote language and social/emotional development.



• Nurturing and secure environment

• An atmosphere that allows for your infant to develop at his/her own pace
  with a schedule that is compatible to home.

• Our program offers a wide range of activities including outdoor play and
  music and movement that develop social, emotional, and cognitive skills.

• A consistent daily routine provides stability and a sense of security that is needed
  by your infant. The same caregiver will be there daily to assure that proper care is given.

• The curriculum includes stimulation through music, songs, conversation, and
  toys that promote exploration and problem solving.

• A written daily record is kept of your child’s physical, emotional, and eating habits.

What to Bring
Disposable diapers
A labeled blanket for crib
A complete change of labeled clothing
Jar food, cereal, pre-made formula if not on table foods

Read the daily schedule for the senior infant room