Infant Program

6 Weeks – 12 Months, 1:4 Ratio

We provide a safe, nurturing and clean environment that allows us to aid your baby in their rapid physical, cognitive, and emotional development. We encourage the children to use their arms, legs, fingers, and hands to explore their surroundings.

We follow your home schedule as much as possible to promote consistency. You determine the feeding, nap, and play schedule that works best for your child. The teachers will then implement that throughout the day.

Our Safe Sleep Policy

Your infant’s safety is our #1 priority! Every employee, regardless of which classroom, is trained and must complete a Safe Sleep Class before working.

We follow the ABC’s of Safe Sleep- Alone, on their Back, and in their Crib.

Click to View Our Safe Sleep Policy.

Our Infant Curriculum

CDLC Day School has designed a curriculum that integrates the many aspects of learning to provide the best start for each and every child who attends. The goal of our curriculum is to guide our children to their full potential in all aspects of life.

We know that children learn best when they are actively engaged. Learning through play is a great way for kids to have a lot of fun while allowing them to investigate their surroundings, explore their imaginations and give them freedom to learn at a pace that suites their needs.

Our hands-on approach provides children with exciting learning environments for each age group. Our dedicated teachers use a variety of teaching strategies and proven instructional methods to develop cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills through active exploration in learning centers as well as group activities.

Our Infant Teachers

Ms. Haley

Ms. Nicole

Ms. Kaitlin

Developmental Skills Acquired

To follow simple directions, awareness of pictures and stories.

To explore objects, size, and shape as well as different textures.

Communicate skills through motions, and nonverbal communication.

Adult recognition.

Express language to communicate feelings.

Gross motor skills; control of head and body

Balance with help.

Fine motor skills, control of hands and fingers, begin eye and hand coordination.

Self-help skills.

Healthy and safe habits.

Personal relationships with peers and adults.

Our Favorite Activities

Singing / Dancing
Sign Language
Art Projects
Sensory Experiences
Outdoor Play
Story Time
Circle Time
Dramatic/Pretend Play
Hands on Manipulatives
Tummy Time
Shakers and Instruments
Mirrors and Photographs

Schedule a Tour of the Infant Room

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