Our infant program provides your baby, starting at 6 weeks of age, with the opportunity to grow and learn in a nurturing & stimulating environment with a lot of love and affection from our staff. We encourage each child to explore the play area at their own pace. Through exploring, your child will work on his or her gross motor skills. Fine motor skills are expanded by grasping toys, stacking cubes, and turning pages in books. A favorite activity for our infants is music, it helps to encourage them to move and expand their vocabulary and socialization.
We understand that deciding and choosing the people to provide the love and comfort your baby needs is difficult so please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
This program is designed to continue the development of your child’s socialization skills they need to participate in individual and group activities. Children are introduced to colors, shapes, numbers, and the alphabet. They are learning through circle time, art activities, singing songs, science, learning centers, and playing outside.
Our language arts program has a goal to help children identify both upper and lower case letters, as well as beginning to practice writing uppercase letters. During story time the teacher might ask children to make simple predictions about what they think will happen next or other questions about the book. We begin to work with each child’s name to help them learn their last name as well as recognize both their first and last name.
In addition, we are working to develop basic skills such as birthday, listening skills, following multi-step directions, problem solving, fine and gross motor skills, communication, etc.
The Pre-K program expands on our nursery program. We expand basic skills by teaching them to write their first and last name, recite their full birthdate, recite fingerplays and songs, and utilize communication skills.
The math curriculum adds counting to 30, counting by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s. In addition, they begin counting backwards from 20 to 0, begin to introduce recognizing number words, and addition and subtraction concepts.
The language arts curriculum also expands by printing lower case letters, practicing letter and sound recognition, and identifying sight words. Story time will continue to be an important part of this program. They will start to identify a story’s beginning and end, and begin to illustrate pictures to go along with a story they tell or listen to.
The Kindergarten program continues to expand on our math and language art curriculum that we have introduced in Pre-K and begins to add new concepts. For example: counting backwards, telling time, money recognition, graphing and tallying, printing lower case letters, rhyming words, more sight words, retelling stories, writing first and last names, just to name a few.
We provide a before and after school program for school age children from Kindergarten to 4th grade. Transportation is provided to and from Bridgeport Elementary School. Whether you need care for your child before, after, or on school holidays, we provide care based on your child's interests and needs. Upon returning from school, students are given time to complete their homework with assistance and to have a much needed snack. Students may also participate in a number of different activities, both in the classroom or outside on our playground. Activities include arts and crafts, fitness, outdoor play, free choice, learning centers, and academic enrichment.
We provide full day care when the local school districts are not in session. We implement summer themed activities for the children so kids can do what they do best ... have fun and play!
We offer full time and part time options for your child. We also offer transportation for our before and after care program. Please call us or write us with any questions!