Infants 6 weeks to 12 months will:

  • Verbalize through sounds to request caregivers to meet their needs
  • Experience various objects to foster development small muscle groups
  • Explore inside and outside to develop gross motor skills
  • Interact with other infants verbally and play side-by-side


Children 1 to 2 years will:

    Experience social interaction and associative play
  • Begin self-help skills
  • Enjoy and make music
  • Create and pretend
  • Practice small and large muscle skills
  • Experience sights, sounds, smells, and touch of nature

Children 2 to 3 years will:

    Practice social and self-help skills
  • Strengthen fine and gross motor skills
  • Participate in pre-reading activities
  • Enjoy making and hearing music
  • Experience nature outside daily

Ages 3+

Children ages 3 and up will:

  • Practice social and communication skills and problem-solving
  • Begin to listen, follow directions, and participate in planned group activities
  • Enjoy free play
  • Strengthen gross and fine motor skills
  • Experience pre-reading and early math activities
  • Experience nature outside daily
  • Create using a variety of materials provided

Before School

Before school, children may:

  • Eat a nutritious breakfast
  • Rest if desired
  • Enjoy free play
  • Read and listen to stories
  • Receive assistance with school work

After School

After school, children may:

  • Eat a nutritious snack
  • Exercise on our spacious playground outside, weather permitting, or inside.
  • Receive assistance with school work
  • Read and listen to stories
  • Choose from a variety of activities including art, math, science, music, drama, reading, and writing
  • Choose cooperative games or play independently

Summer Program

Summer care will include healthy lifestyles with appropriate activities inside and outside, and nutritious meals and snacks (with some preparation by children).  School age children will have opportunities to rest and relax.  Free play will be offered and will include planned activities in science and nature (including gardening), math and manipulatives, language arts (reading, writing, listening, speaking), drama, creative art, music, movement, and appropriate social behaviors.