SCHOOL PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE IN SUPPORTING THE WHOLE CHILD !
Our Infants & Toddlers' caregivers are assigned to each child to meet their specific needs. Our caregivers provide daily nurturing routines (diaper changing, eating and mealtime, hellos and goodbyes, sleeping, etc.) to develop and maintain a trusting relationship with your child. Your child will be involved in structured play, free play, arts and crafts, and outside time (weather permitting) as part of their everyday activities.
Three Stages feed infants and toddlers according to their individual developmental readiness and feeding skills as recommended in USDA requirements outlined in 7 CFR parts 210, 220 and 226, and ensure infants and young toddlers are fed on demand to the extent possible.
New rule provides for two different age groups, not three, 0-5 month 6-11 months. Federal Rule: Final Rule states, Solid Foods are introduced at 6 months of age with the flexibility to introduce solid foods before and after 6 months when requested by a parent or guardian.
Fresh air and exercise are important elements in the development of all children. There is direct correlation between fresh air and exercise and the development of a child's physical, emotional, anf intellectual well-being.
The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos, 3rd Edition provides a set of resources to help teachers plan and implement routines and learning experiences for young children. It includes three volumes that describe the curriculum foundation, routines and experiences, and objectives for development and learning. The curriculum also offers additional resources, such as activity cards, songs and rhymes, and books.