It is never to early to start learning. Our infant program has a very creative and age appropriate curriculum that allows for exploration of all the senses. We do lots of reading and sensory activities to ensure your baby is being exposed to all that the world has to offer.
While it may look like they are just playing, our teachers know they are working on important skills. For instance, helping a child to stand is building leg muscles and balance. Allowing them to feed themselves or hold their own bottle is helping them improve their self-pride. Allowing them lie on the floor with other infants helps them to become more socially interactive and inquisitive. Responding to their coos and cries helps to build their feeling of security. Discussing the day’s events, the clothing they are wearing, and what they are eating helps build language skills. Listening to music helps develop their listening skills.
Babies who use sign language are happier and less frustrated, they learn to talk sooner, and they get a long-lasting boost in their intellectual development. That is why our teachers are trained and incorporate baby signs in all of our infant and toddler classrooms.