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OUR CLASSES

Rainbow

Our New Beginnings curriculum is designed to develop and reinforce each infant’s individuality. Children participate in sensory-based learning experiences, while receiving positive, nurturing guidance.

At Little Kiddies Day Care, we know infants are constantly learning through observation. Within our infant daycare program, we provide fun activities that will help them build upon their cognitive, communication, emotional, fine motor, gross motor and social skills.

Activities in the infant daycare classroom include:

  • Playing peek-a-boo
  • Completing simple wooden puzzles
  • Singing
  • Exploring clay objects with their hands
  • Practicing rolling over and tummy time
  • Listening to music



Busy Bees

Our Discovering Me curriculum is designed to develop and reinforce each toddler's individual needs. Children participate in sensory-based learning experiences, while receiving positive, nurturing guidance.

With Life Essentials, what your toddler learns throughout the day reinforces what she is being taught at home. During any day at Little Kiddies Day Care, the curriculum will help your child develop their cognitive, communication, emotional, fine motor, and gross motor and social skills.

Activities in the toddler daycare classroom include:

  • Singing songs
  • Finger plays
  • Improving their vocabulary through identification and repetition
  • Learn to wash their hands and feed themselves
  • Enjoy age-appropriate playgrounds and practice sharing with other students

Our teachers encourage the child to work at their own speed so they feel successful in the skills they are developing.




Explorers

Our Exploring My World program inspires your child to examine, create, and share as he broadens his language through interactions with his teachers and classmates in a safe, nurturing environment. Sensory and repetitive activities transform these new experiences into knowledge.

Two year olds want to be independent. They want to explore, touch and mimic their peers and teachers. Their daycare curriculum focuses on language arts and literacy, mathematics, science, social and emotional development, gross and fine motor development and character education.

Through learning centers and age-appropriate playgrounds, our two year olds have the ability to work at their own pace and learn to do tasks independently.

Activities in the two-year-old classroom include:

  • Practicing writing skills while writing his name and simple words
  • completing patterns
  • charting the daily weather and learning about recycling
  • Learn to wash their hands and feed themselves
  • participate in family style dining
  • jump like a kangaroo and learn about honesty



The Eagles

The I Can Do It preschool curriculum is a planned program, which is separated into thematic units. Teachers help your three year old child make discoveries for themselves.

Our three-year-olds program focuses on your child’s primary areas of development: language arts and literacy, mathematics, science, social and emotional development, gross and fine motor development and character education. These are all part of the Life Essentials your child will learn and build upon at Little Kiddies Day Care.

Activities in the three-year-old classroom include:

  • Recognizing print through learning center signs
  • Dramatic play
  • Practice counting beads or blocks
  • Learning about people
  • Plants and animals
  • Participating in activities with their peers
  • Practicing balance
  • Jumping and throwing
  • Participate in family style dining and learn about patience.



Investors

The Ready, Set, Go preschool curriculum is a planned program of thematic units. Each theme is built upon a series of hands-on activities, which are integrated throughout all subject areas and learning centers. Children will learn math, science, vocabulary, and social skills.

All 4 -5 year olds are eager to learn new things. At Little Kiddies Day Care, we allow them to do so through teacher and peer interaction-in both large and small groups.

The curriculum focuses on developing your child’s skills in several areas, including: language arts and literacy, mathematics, science, social and emotional development, gross and fine motor development and character education.

Activities in the 4-5 year-old classrooms include:

Our 4 Years
  • Reciting poems and sharing stories
  • Measuring things
  • Identifying differences in the seasons
  • Beginning to identify their feelings
  • Passing food through Family Style Dining
  • Climb up the ladder or go down the slide on age-appropriate playgrounds and learn about generosity
Our 5 Years
  • Identifying upper and lower case letters and letter sounds
  • Begin to add
  • Subtract and estimate
  • Dramatic play
  • Discovering animals in their natural habitats through field trips
  • Learn about nutrition
  • Safety
  • Geography
  • Different cultures and current events
  • Learn about compassion



Adventures

Head start program promote school by enhancing social and cognitive development of children and families.

This program promotes school readiness of children ages birth to five from low-income families by supporting their development in a comprehensive way. It also engages parents in their children’s learning and helps parents in making progress toward their educational, literacy and employment goals.

Little Kiddies Daycare