INFANT & BABY CARE AT BRIGHT BEGINNINGS

Infant Program (6 weeks to 12 months)

Infant care has to do more than look right — it has to feel right. You want to know your child is safe and well cared for. Our infant program is designed to offer a secure place with knowledgeable teachers who honor your family’s routine, and who know every day that they’re not caring for any child, but the most important child — yours.

Our Infant Program is designed to stimulate infants cognitively through individual routines, including physical development and health, language and literacy, and social emotional learning.

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Signature Practices

Our curriculum includes six infant Signature Practices which encourage exploration and discovery to stimulate early learning:

  • Prime Times: One-on-one interactions to build nurturing relationships in everyday moments
  •  Daily Reading: Age-appropriate books to support listening, vocabulary, and a love of reading
  •  Art Activities: Finger painting, music, and pretend play to spark creativity
  •  Sign Language: Basic signs — “more” and “please” — to communicate needs and build language development
  •  Treasure Baskets: Natural and everyday objects to encourage exploration and entice curiosity
  •  Outdoor Discovery: Time outside to explore nature and inspire motor and sensory development in a new environment
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Individualized Care To Help Your Child Thrive

Our research-based program and welcoming environments have been carefully designed by our educators to support all of your baby’s exciting developmental milestones.

Program highlights include:

  • An assigned primary caregiver for one-to-one moments of caring, play, and communication
  •  Personalized care plans to support daily schedules, nutritional guidelines, and other unique needs
  •  Sensory-rich spaces and soft places to explore, roll over, pull up, and crawl
  •  Safety, security, and cleanliness practices that meet or exceed all state, local, and National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) guidelines