Child-Oriented Curriculum



We make every attempt to adapt our program to fit the needs of  the child rather than expect all children to fit into already established program

INFANTS (1 month - 14 months)


  • Motor Skill Development — grasping, clutching, movement, rolling, crawling, walking
  • Language Development —sounds, music and reading time
  • Sensory Development — touching, feeling, listening
  • Play and Rest

Every moment with an infant is precious and we take advantage of that. We coo, cuddle, rock, sing and bond with your baby. Our specially designed infant care room is a place where babies feel safe, secure and happy. Personal cribs, separate areas for changing and feeding, and a “no-shoes” policy, ensure clean playing, eating and sleeping spaces. Through simple games like peek-a-boo, our teachers begin the foundational work for cognitive learning and help infants develop motor skills. But we never forget that you are your child’s most important teacher, so we’ll work with you to develop a daily schedule, give you daily reports and offer tips on how to reinforce what your child learns in her time with us.


TODDLERS (15 months - 2.9 years)

  • Motor Skills Development — tossing, catching, walking, jumping, Baby Yoga
  • Language Development —speech  development, reading time, recognizing and forming letters, storytelling
  • Cognitive Development — puzzles, games, identifying and forming shapes, numbers, colors
  • Music and Movement — dancing, singing, outdoor play
  • Artistic Development — art and play dough  projects

Toddlers are busy, little learners with lots of new things to explore. The Center’s curriculum is based on the idea that children are naturally curious and motivated to learn. So we provide them with the materials and experiences to help them understand and communicate in ways most meaningful to them.

PRESCHOOLERS (2.9 years - 4 years)


  • Motor Skills Development — outdoor  group games, dancing, movement, Yoga and sport
  • Cognitive Development — puzzles, games, identifying and forming shapes, numbers, colors
  • Language Development — recognizing and forming letters, story time, speech, finger play, writing skills
  • Imaginative Development — arts and crafts with various material, dramatic play, storytelling, concerts and holidays presentations
  • Social Development — large and small group activities, sharing, cooperation

Preschoolers are like sponges – they soak up knowledge. Our curriculum helps them to be ready socially, emotionally and cognitively for the next stage of their lives.



  • Kindergarten Prep — letters, words spelling, numbers, early science, math concepts, logical thinking, writing
  • Imaginative Development — arts and crafts, dramatic play, storytelling, puppets theater, concerts
  • Social Development — interaction, cooperation, helping others
  • Physical Development — indoor and outdoor play, games, dancing, sport

Getting ready for kindergarten is exciting – and we want your child to stay excited about learning. Center’s teachers increase the focus on math, science, language and social studies, but we make sure it is presented with a lot of fun. Our curriculum helps children develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills they’ll need to succeed in kindergarten, school and life.  Teachers plan lessons to deepen understanding of basic academic concepts through exploration, investigation and play.



  • A variety of activities, such as music, sport, cooking, art projects, writing skills, library corner
  • Outdoor activities
  • Kids can play, learn and build friendship

Our summer program is designed to support child increasing interest in sports, art, music, and more. Teachers provide a balance of organized and self-selected open-ended activities to promote child’s thinking, all in a positive, supportive atmosphere.