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Infant ( 6 weeks to 12 months)



This program provides a warm, welcoming environment where your baby can grow from a bundle of joy to a bundle of curiosity. 

Your baby's primary caregiver is a nurturing child development professional who is focused on creating experiences and opportunities that invite exploration and support the rapid and important development that is occurring in a child's first year. 

We are focused on keeping your baby happy, engaged, and secure. We personalize care for each infant based

on his or her unique schedule, nutritional guidelines, and any other special attention he/she requires.

Toddlers (1 year-2 years)



This program uses hands-on exploration and social interaction in a safe,

engaging surroundings to help learn about their expanding world.

Through the guidance of our early childhood development professionals,

toddlers enjoy learning experiences that promote their

blossoming independence and social skills, and foster self-confidence.

Beyond day care, our  curriculum for toddlers is designed to

adapt to each individual child’s age and stage.

Twos (2 years -3 years)


 Two-year-olds are filled with energy
 and curiosity about the world and
 are developing a sense
 of increasing independence
making the twos terrific, not terrible!
The child care curriculum
focuses on our Whole Child Education philosophy, which is designed
to support and reinforce the independence  your
two-year-old exhibits
by providing fun and challenging activities.  

Preschool (3years -4years)


 Programs filled with investigation,
 exploration, and discovery,
 where active and enthusiastic
 children can refine and expand
 their skills and knowledge.
Through intentional teaching
practices, purposefully-designed learning
 environments, and enriched
activities, teachers ensure preschoolers
have joyful, appropriate,and meaningful
learning experiences that lead
 to success in school and in life. 

Pre-K(4 years-5 years)


 This program helps children advance skills in
 core pre-academic areas such as literacy,
math,and science. As well as in other
essential areas such as art,social and
 emotional well-being,health
and wellness. Our child-centered
 approach ensures that children are exposed
to diverse learning activities
and that they thrive in all areas
 of child development: creative thinking, complex problem solving,
 empathetic collaboration, curious investigation,
 and astute decision making. 

Questions to ask


  1. What’s your general philosophy on childcare?
  2. How many children attend the daycare? What is your child to caregiver ratio?
  3. What do you serve for meals and snacks? Or do parents need to provide food? (If your child has allergies, be sure to ask about how they handle that.) If babies are taking bottles, ask how they handle frozen or pumped breast milk or formula preparation.
  4. What activities do you do with the children? What is a typical day like?
  5. How do you handle discipline or behavioral problems? For instance, how do you handle biting, hitting, or bullying situations?
  6.  Can parents drop by whenever they’d like or swing by to breastfeed? What are your visitation policies in general?