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Infant Classroom

Babies enjoy classrooms made for exploring with teachers who support both today’s big milestones and tomorrow’s leaps toward the future.

Baby with Wooden Toy

What Goes On Inside The Daycare


  •  Exploration and Discovery: dump and pour sand and water; explore natural materials; and experiment with cause-and-effect

  • Problem Solving:  use items in varied ways, treasure baskets to entice curiosity


  • Visual Arts: explore colours, shapes, and textures

  • Music and Creative Movement: experiment with sounds; move in response to music and rhythm

  • Dramatic Arts: enjoy storytelling; imitate actions, daily exposure to the arts


  • Number Sense: explore quantity concepts like “one” or “more” or “less;” spatial relations, e.g., over, under, and through

  • Sorting and Patterning: identify differences in texture and size; name objects; repeat actions

  • Time: anticipate an event


  • Movement: participate in routines and rhythms that promote peaceful experiences; listen to music; move bodies for strong development

  • Nutrition: taste and enjoy nutritious foods

  • Health and Safety: participate in personal health care, such as washing hands

Building Character

  • Character and Citizenship: begin to understand individual needs; purposefully interact with peers

  • Nature Experiences: explore grass, flowers, and other natural materials,  daily outdoor exploration (weather permitting)


  • Social-Emotional: learn that the world is a safe place and that adults can be trusted to respond quickly and with kindness; develop strong bonds with caregivers; respond to others, prime Times, our approach to building nurturing relationships in everyday moments.


  • Listening and Speaking: tune into voices; show interest in stories; listen and respond

  • Early Literacy: explore picture books and participate in rhyme games 

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