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Infants
6 weeks to 18 months

Throughout the day, our loving teachers help infants grow in areas such as:

  • Language development–using books, songs and activities that match your child’s development level
  • Cognitive development—using activities like peekaboo and shape-sorting toys
  • Motor Skill development — grasping toys, tummy time, and toys to push and pull around the room
  • Sensory development — touching items with various textures and feeling materials in the sensory box
  • Rest and nap time

Our specially designed infant room is a place where babies feel safe, secure and happy. This room is divided into areas that meet an infant’s need to move, explore, express and relax. Our teachers ensure a clean playing, eating and sleeping space.

Our teachers will work with you and give you daily reports about your child.

Preschool
3 to 5 years

Our goal is to understand your child’s need and to plan and create experiences that meet the child’s developmental needs.

Our education includes: language
development and communication, social development, science, math, music, computers, art and physical development.

The Pre-K program has a curriculum which integrates all of the skills and knowledge required for kindergarten readiness: fine motor skills, math, science, language, reading and writing readiness and handwriting. The children will also learn about reasoning, self-control, communicating and creative expression.

In our program we also incorporate cooking,
music and computers.

 

Toddlers
18 months to 3 years

The toddler room is a very busy room. We welcome their energy and excitement because we know that it’s part of growing and learning.

Our teachers will turn that energy into:

  • Motor Skill Development — tossing, catching, rolling, crawling, walking
  • Language Development — circle time, reading, storytelling and speech development
  • Music and Movement — dancing, singing, push toys and outdoor play
  • Basic Concepts — helping notice basic concepts, such as shapes, colors, opposites, etc.
  • Artistic Development — art projects & creativity

Our teachers get to know each child, learn their interests and plan developmentally appropriate, engaging activities such as painting, sensory box, book exploration, manipulative play, small group activities and large group circle times.

  401 764 0468
2766B Hartford Ave
Johnston, RI 02919
(Front door is on Red Oak Drive)
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Hours: Monday - Friday
6:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Phone: 401 764 0468
Fax: 401 764 0478
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