Parenting Tips, Tummy Time, Rolling + More
(Approx. 1- 4/5 months)
Learn how Tummy Time can become an enjoyable experience for you and your baby. Continue with functions such as active rolling, reaching and grasping, as well as an introduction to sitting. Share important parenting subjects with other new moms and our experienced teachers.
Sitting, Belly Crawling,
Coming to Hands & Knees
(Approx. 5/6 - 8/9 months)
Once your baby is sitting upright, learn the transitions that lead to belly crawling and coming to the knees. The social-emotional growth in your child is matched with new songs, rhymes and games, as well as early language development.
Crawls on Hands & Knees
and Pulls Up to Stand
(Approx. 8/9 - 12/14 months)
We offer many new activities and ways you can create a play environment at home to foster your baby's new mobility. His/Her new awareness of self and others expand our opportunity to promote healthy social-emotional development as well as cognitive and early language growth.
( Approx. 12-18 months)
Active play, developmentally appropriate equipment and games are designed to meet the new toddler's functional needs. We introduce more fine motor, cognitive and early language activities as well as quiet time activities to develop attention and awareness.
(Approx. 18-26 months)
As the toddler begins to follow directions during play, opportunities for more structured and cooperative play are introduced. Running, jumping, crawling, climbing and balancing are part of all our toddler classes.
Jumps Forward, Climbs Stairs & Communicates
(Approx. 26- 36 months)
Building on skills developed in Toddler 2, this level allows the older toddler opportunities to follow directions and play cooperatively while continuing to develop gross and fine motor skills.