Infants & Toddlers

Parents/Guardian can complete our Request Info Form if interested in scheduling a tour.

Upon receipt of the completed ‘no-obligation’ form, we will contact you to set an appointment for a tour of our facility.
No fees are required at this time.

The hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 7am to 6pm.


Infant 6 months – 12 months

Infants learn through exploring the world around them. They play and learn by feeling, smelling and tasting, their verbal skills continue to increase each day. Stay ‘N’ Play teachers will be guiding your infant to build their milestones and cognitive development with our activities:
Large muscle control
Small muscle control
Language skills
Sensory responses
Cognitive
Social growth

Ages 12 months – 2 ½ years

Verbal communication and interaction are encouraged in an environment rich in opportunities for social exploration and language development. Your toddler will enjoy learning through stories, music and movement. Nursery rhymes, sensory and art activities  as well as sign language and games with experienced and loving teachers guiding their way.
Exercise
the children will do exercise by dancing, stretching, jumping and have fun.
Free play Sharing time
Cleaning time
LANGUAGE SKILLS
Snack time
Circle time
Music of Sound Activities (sound/language/verbal practice)
Songs/ Finger plays
Reading/Stories (flannel Board/ Vocabulary/ Puppets)

FINE MOTOR MANIPULATION
Cognitive sensory/pre-Math Science
*Activities art Exploration/ crafts

GROSS MOTOR
Play with large balls
Indoor playground children will have fun with housekeeping/ dramatic play toys center, block center and outdoor play (go for a walk to the park

DAILY SKILLS / SOCIAL SKILLS 12-2-1/2 MONTHS

Integrate and encourage
Put on and remove shoes & socks with help wash & dry hands Feed self/rudimentary use of fork & spoon potty training practice Help with cleanup toys, Practice please & thank you, Body/ self-awareness Safety awareness Follow basic instructions.

Toddlers (Ages 2 ½- 3 years)

We encourage emerging independence in this age group as preschooler learns early preschool concepts and skills such as colors, shapes and numbers. Your child will also discover art, math sensory, music, literature, rhymes, finger play, language and listening, dramatic play and large motor games. We encourage developing through social skills, learning to share and take turns by interactive play.

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