4 weeks - 18 months
Our infant program combines structure, learning, playing, and constant care-taking so infants are assured a safe, stimulating, and fun-filled environment. Candyland Child Development Center personnel are extensively trained and devoted to help these little ones develop important emotional, cognitive, social, and physical skills. Activities may include, playing with toys, art, pretending, enjoying stories and books, discovering sand and water, music, and exploring outdoors. We will keep your child on his/her daily schedule as much as possible. Our staff are all trained in CPR/First Aid and can provide a safe environment for your baby.
We recognize this is the first step of a child’s educational path, but it is likely a new routine for parents as well. Our staff communicates with parents as needed and provides a daily log of activities, milestones, funny moments, etc.Schedule a Tour
Food for Infants and Crawlers
Parents are responsible for providing formula, breast milk and baby food that are labeled with child’s name on it. Infants will be fed on demand and will be held while bottle feeding. For nursing mothers Candyland Child Development Center provides a clean and private Nursing Room located in the infant rooms.
What to Bring
Parents of infants and toddlers should bring diapers, wipes, and any ointment or lotion they may use. They should also have at least two changes of clothing. We will do our best to protect your child’s clothing but there may be times when clothing may get stained. Please do not send your child in clothing that you do not mind getting dirty.
Infants are growing and adapting at rapid rates so our staff is guided to be flexible and assess each child individually. While each day involves motor skills enhancement, brain power exercises, arts and crafts, nap times, eating, physical activity, and music, each child’s schedule will be modified based on their unique needs. Our day is action-packed with learning lessons combined with feeding time, naptime, circle time, and floor play. The day includes outside time (weather permitting). Inside, children are exposed to group activities (i.e. story time, songs, games) and personal one-on-one interaction (i.e. puzzles, independent play, tummy time practice).Schedule a Tour