Age on August 15: Six weeks to six months
Maximum Class Size: 8 Students
Teacher-to-Student Ratio: 1-4
Develop the continuum of gross motor skills including rolling over, sitting up, crawling, cruising and walking.
Establish social interaction with peers.
Acquire early communication skills including baby sign language and beginning word productions.
Transition from liquid to solid diets; introduction of new foods.
Introduce infants to music with peers and very early classroom experiences (art play, reading books, games etc.).
Establish predictable routines.
Added Values of Room 101
Development screenings conducted twice a year, once in the beginning of the school year and once in the late spring, to assess student progress and growth. This allows teachers to assess skill levels and target specific developmental deficits for each child. Daily communication is sent home with each child regarding activities, behavior, sleep routines, etc.
Our curriculum is literacy-based and focused on language development and social/emotional growth for the infants. Activities are centered around daily routines, as well as on special play time, talking time, and cuddling routines. Baby sign gestures are introduced in this program to promote early and healthy communication.
Classrooms utilize a multi-sensory approach to learning, incorporating sensory activities daily.