Learning Center & Preschool
Classes By Age
Ducks (6 weeks - 12 months)
The Ducks infant room develops skill plans that
include activities that help children develop large
and small motor coordination. Milestone markers are
closely monitored to ensure proper development
within the appropriate timeframe. Capacity for
children in the Ducks room is eight, with two
caregivers providing nurturing care.
Ladybugs (12 months - 24 months)
The Ladybugs combine skill plans and lesson plans to
get ready for the next stage of development.
Intellectual skills as well as large and small
muscle development come into play at this age.
Capacity for children in the Ladybugs room is eight,
with two caregivers providing responsive care.
Frogs (12 months - 24 months)
The Frogs begin the process of structured lesson
plans and learning centers in a relaxed and social
environment. The trust that has been constructed in
the earlier classrooms is extended in the Frogs
room. Capacity for children in the Frogs room is
ten, with two caregivers providing attentive care.
Lions/Tigers (2.5-3 years)
The Lions and Tigers build on basic skills and begin
recognition of letters, numbers, the sounds of
letters, as well as colors and shapes while playing
in learning centers in a friendly atmosphere.
Capacity for children in the Lions/Tigers room is
twelve, with two caregivers providing responsive
Monkeys (3-4 years)
The Monkeys begin building the skills necessary for
beginning school. Capacity for children in the
Monkeys room is twelve, with two caregivers
providing loving guidance and care.
Penguins (4 years)
Stars (5 years)
The Preschool program builds on basic skills and
works on kindergarten readiness skills such as
following two-step directions, recognizing colors,
shapes, numbers, letters and their sounds, and using
pencils, crayons, and markers for drawing and
Capacity in Penguins is 12 and Stars is 16. Every
class has 2 caregivers.
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