Diverse Learning Environments
Our Infant Program is designed to stimulate infants cognitively through individual routines, including physical development and health, language and literacy, and social emotional learning. Through our daily activities, we create an environment that enables an infant’s brain to establish important relationships and develop concrete learning skills.
Routines are essential in creating a sense of security and predictability for infants in their classroom environment.
Our Toddler Program is designed to be an interactive experience between the classroom, the teacher, and the children. Toddlers will learn to count, formulate sentences, discover their artistic and musical abilities, differentiate between their emotions, and learn about the world around them. Each child’s day is structured into learning blocks that focus on core concepts: physical development and health, language and literacy, creative arts, mathematics, social emotional development, science, and social studies. Our curriculum helps build the Attention system of your toddler’s brain, in turn preparing them for later school success. We promote healthy brain development through positive relationships and responsive environments helping your child to Bond and our language rich environment develops Communication.
Our teachers encourage individual independence which ensures students will have a smooth transition into kindergarten. Activities and lesson plans are customized to each student, based on each child's needs. Students learn to write their names, solve simple addition and subtraction problems, develop social and emotional skills, and are able to retell a story from beginning to end, among other skills.
At three years old of children transition out of our Early Head Start to join our Pre-K Program. The children range from 3-5 years old in this classroom. In our preschool classroom, children develop this crucial traits by engaging in play-based learning activities and sticking with them until they solve the problem or complete the project.