Infants and toddlers learn by experiencing the environment through the senses, by physically moving around and through social interaction. Our caregivers talk, sing and walk around with them and/or bring them objects to observe and manipulate. Infants are closely monitored and their day is planned to coincide with home schedules such as feeding and sleeping.
Toddlers participate in large group, small groups and individual activities that encourage development in important independence skills that are being acquired during these years. These skills may involve toilet training, feeding and dressing themselves.