Our center provides developmentally appropriate early learning experiences for children through play activities. Our goal is to meet the developmental needs and interests of young children. We will provide age appropriate experiences that enhance and enrich each child’s total development. Each child will have numerous opportunities to learn concepts through concrete, hands-on experience. We will provide children with opportunities to create, explore, and develop problem-solving skills. We strive to provide care that is warm, nurturing, and sensitive to each child’s needs and interests in a warm and safe environment.


Important Documents

Enrollment Packet
Parent Handbook
VPK Attendance



Infants are given individualized attention by loving caregivers. They will be challenged to explore their surroundings, develop early language skills, and become a well-rounded toddler. A record of their daily care routine will keep parents informed of their progress and needs.

The teachers will be encouraging language development, thinking, self-awareness and social play. They will also participate in active play activates, which will help to develop their gross motor skills, as well as small group activities that will encourage fine motor skills. A record of their daily activities and care routine, will keep parents informed of their progress and needs.

At this age, children are eager to explore and discover the world around them. We will offer a variety of educational toys and activities that enhance their curiosity and independence. Through the use of hands-on activities, the two-year old will be learning numbers and number concepts from one to five, vocabulary development and basic colors. Large and fine motor skills will be encouraged through a variety of activities. Art and music play a large role in their development as well as daily story time and creative imaginative play. With a friendly, loving attitude, we help your two year old develop early cooperative social skills.

Three and Four Year Olds:
Three and Four year old children enjoy spending time with children of their own age. A structured educational schedule is offered to introduce them to basic concepts in communication, early math, social sills, art and music through the use of learning centers and small group activities. The skills that will be covered include: recognition of the letters of the alphabet, number concepts from one to ten, recognition of basic colors and shapes, health and the identification of body parts, painting, coloring, cutting, pasting, and gross motor skills such as running, jumping, hopping, tossing and catching.