CDC Age Groups

Infant care

Our infant program is designed for children 6 weeks to 12 months. In order to meet your baby’s individual needs and Developmental stages, we have four separate rooms – two for 6 weeks to 6 months and two for 6 months to 12 months.

The staff cares for your child in an environment filled with color and stimulation. To maintain continuity, a daily individual file is kept on your child’s progress in the early Developmental stages. Parents are provided with daily reports.


Pre-toddler care

The pre-toddler program cares for children ages 12 months to 24 months. The staff is carefully selected to give your child the care, stimuli, security, and consistency each individual child needs at this time and throughout their childhood.

The program has been designed to develop a sense of awareness in the areas of color, sound, textures, and feelings. The curriculum prepares the children towards their first step of independence before going into the Toddler program. The staff maintains a daily file on your child’s progress and will provide you with a daily report.


Toddler care

The toddler program is for children ages 2 years to 3 years. Our staff is trained to guide your child through the various stages of Development when he/she is physically, emotionally, and socially ready.

The Toddlers enjoy safe and protective surroundings to explore and develop new abilities. Self help skills such as toilet training; dressing, eating, and hand washing are important parts of this program. Art, music, finger-painting, sand and water play, exercise, and imaginative play are also a part of this program. Your child’s participation in these activities increases vocabulary and language skills and develops fine and gross motor skills.


Pre-school care

The pre-school program is for children ages 3 years to 5 years. Our staff provides the care needed to guide your child’s social, emotional, intellectual and physical Development.

Pre-Schoolers begin to experience the joy of self-expression in music, science, art, movement, and more. There is also story time, a writing center, and organized games. Emphasis is placed on learning to share with friends, developing self help skills, and respect for others.


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