Language & Literacy
Infants begin to understand sounds and words as teachers constantly speak, read, and sing to them. Baby sign language is introduced.
Teachers help infants understand spatial relationships by experimenting with actions and reactions.
Teachers nurture and encourage infants’ developing sense of self.
Teachers plan activities and offer toys that help infants develop their mobility, coordination, and fine motor skills.
Infants learn to create and respond to sounds and are exposed to an array of colors, shapes, and textures.
In addition to holding and cuddling the infants, our teachers are always interacting with them to encourage their mental and physical development. They will also introduce your child to our baby sign language program. Your child will learn to grasp toys, vocalize sounds, recognize pictures of familiar objects, and acquire a variety of other skills.
Teachers work with each child in a series of stimulating activities that incorporate the natural routines of feeding and play. The teacher reinforces the infants’ development without disrupting their daily schedule.