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Infants | 6 weeks to 12 months | Serving Channahon, Crest Hill, Plainfield, Yorkville and Bolingbrook, IL
Affection, Love, And Care For A Nurturing Environment
One of the most important qualities your baby experiences is love. Teachers rock babies that may have a bad day in the rocking chair and cuddle babies when they cry. Babies receive constant love and affection, and the highest level of care is always the expectation.
Attentive Dedication to Your Child’s Needs
Teachers constantly sit on the floor to talks and play with your baby. They get a ton of attention all day long, so teachers can read their sleep cues and hunger cues, and continuously connect and engage with them.
An Environment Perfect For Exploring Language and The Senses
Tummy Time and Exercise Develops Essential Motor Skills
Movement is so important for your little learner at this stage. Teachers guide them through baby exercises on the floor and provide tummy time twice a day. Babies have encouragement that helps them to develop their gross motor skills, like pushing up onto their arms, which in turn helps them to crawl.
Art Classes Bring Out Your Baby's Inner Creative
Your baby’s weekly art class is just about the sweetest thing imaginable. Picture art projects with colorful handprints and footprints, for example a crab made from their little handprints, are perfect to adorn your fridge door!
Teacher-Child Interactions Provide Comfort
Clear and reassuring teacher-child interactions are very important in your baby’s development, and infants need a consistent and loving caregiver. Teachers insist on building a solid relationship of trust with you the parent, and of course, your child.
A Dedication To Always Look for “Teachable Moments”
A “teachable moment” is where a teacher can guide your child to learn through play. These opportunities come about naturally, and teachers know how to incorporate as many as they can into your little learner’s day.
Babies Learn to Share and Be Social With Guidance
Your baby has encouragement to play and to interact with other babies. Teaching children to share with each other and take turns, for example, are important skills to learn even at this early age.
Schedules Make The Transition To Toddlerhood Easy
Depending on your child’s development, anywhere between 13-14 months of age is when teachers slowly transition their schedule. During this time, when your baby begins to show signs of leaving the infant stage and entering the toddler stage, teachers introduce a new schedule.
Crib Sheets, Whole Milk, and Bibs Provided
The goal is to take care of as many details as possible for you. This is why the center provides juice, snacks, whole milk, bibs and crib sheets for you, at no extra cost. Teachers help to equip children with the essential building blocks of learning.
Receive A Log Of Your Little Angel's Day For Your Convenience
Parents receive a log of their child’s day with a convenient parent communication app, outlining how your child did for the day upon pick-up. Information on your child’s needs, such as supplies, eating, sleeping, diapering, etc. can be found as an update on the app.
Daily Attendance Records Provide A Security Measure
Parents sign their child in and out. This attendance record is important in the security process for the classrooms, so teachers can account for all children at drop-off and pick-up.
Extreme Cleanliness Protects Your Baby's Health
All classroom materials; highchairs, counters, fridge, changing table, toys, cribs, infant seats, etc. receive constant cleaning and sanitization throughout the day. From mopping, vacuuming, to washing crib rails, teachers ensure a high level of cleanliness for your infant.