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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.

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

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