Infant Room and Tiny Tot Room
The infant room begins at six weeks of age and the tiny tot room benefits little ones starting to be mobile. Simple, interesting materials and secure open spaces create visual, verbal and physical stimulation to enhance development. Teachers strive to meet the schedules and needs of each child in a clean, safe and soothing environment.
This fast paced room is geared with toddlers in mind, giving them plenty of time to explore and discover. They have floor and table time with the teachers for verbal, visual, and physical learning. We introduce basic skills with flash cards, art and play. Learning to share and express ourselves is a big priority in this room.
Two Year Old Room
We begin to follow a schedule with activities and skills as little attention spans will allow. This is done through different centers, group time, free play, and teacher time. We work on sharing, how to treat others, and following rules. Potty training begins as the child is ready.
Three Year Old Room
Children are ready to sit down and learn more at this age. The schedule consists of centers, carpet times, free play, teacher time, and more specified activities and tasks. We tackle the basics by beginning to master shapes, colors, numbers, letters, and rules of behavior that were started in the two's room.
Four and Five Year Old Room
We are getting ready for school by stressing the importance of setting a schedule and following rules. They have free play, carpet time, teacher time, and centers with more activities and learning situations being introduced. They work on social skills, communication classifications, sequencing, phonics, and numbers.
School Age Room
Most of these children have been in school all day. They are ready to have some fun and free time now. We will assist with homework and provide additional activities focusing on learning. This is also the time to discuss their day and socialize while still having boundaries.
The Amazing Athletes program uses sports as a catalyst to meet the needs of the whole child through non-competitive, learning-based fitness classes designed to advance each child’s individual motor-skills and inspire future participation in physical activity. An instructor will come to the facility on a weekly basis and work with the children in groups by age. Enrollment is optional.