Our Program is designed to include activities in relation to both your child’s interests and routines such as music, dance, movement, arts and crafts, language and building that are incorporated into a daily plan.

Our program serves children from ages 6 months - 24 months, and from ages 2-5 years of age. Our program focuses on making sure your child feels secure in a loving, stimulating environment. We understand that every child is unique, and that is why we will make sure your child’s needs are addressed.

We are aware that infants do not have a scheduled feeding and sleeping time. They will be fed when hunger is indicated and rest is needed. A sleepy baby will be allowed to rest, and an alert baby will be removed from his/her crib. As the baby develops a schedule (around six months), meals and naps will be more consistent: breakfast, morning nap, lunch, afternoon nap, and snack. Infants are included in-group activities whenever possible: sitting on lap for story time, playing on the floor during free play, rocking during quiet time, etc. Our toddler program focuses on helping children fulfill their basic human tasks of trust, separation, independence, and self-control. We offer time for outside play, stories, instruction, music and art appropriate for children’s ages, interests, and abilities. We will provide your child with tender love and care, understanding, patience and guidance in a happy family setting. For our after school program, we offer activities such as academics, arts, music and sports.



Art will be our daily activity. By providing a variety of tools, children will be exposed to different textures and feelings which will help them by stimulating senses. Children will develop their hand to eye coordination and fine motor skills. Art encourages positive approach to new experiences, builds self-esteem, develops concentration, and is an opening to feelings and thoughts.


Sign Language

We will be teaching children simple words in sign language for better communication:

  • Sign language empowers babies to communicate very early in life, and enables them to communicate specific thing.

  • It increase self-esteem by allowing your child to communicate his/her needs and feelings and reduce frustration, crying, and even biting.

  • Anger due to inability to communicate may not occur as often when thought sign language.



One of our daily activities will be yoga. We will be practicing poses and gestures that will benefit your child:

  • Helps them sleep better and longer.

  • Improves digestion and ease gas pain.

  • Turns fussiness into happiness.

  • Boost the immune system.

  • Reduces stress and develop relaxation techniques.

  • Develops self-esteem and positive body image.