Infant Program

(6 Weeks to 15 Months)

The Infant program welcome little ones from 6 weeks to 15 months old. We recognize that it is often difficult for parents to return to work six weeks after the birth of their newborn, That’s why our nurturing staff makes the transition as smooth as possible with:

Our curriculum is designed to develop and reinforce each infant’s individuality. Children participate in sensory-based learning experiences while receiving positive,nurturing guidance. At Imagination Station, we know infants are constantly learning through observation. Within our infant program, we provide fun activities that will help them build upon their cognitive, communication, emotional, fine motor, gross motor and social skills.
 

Infant Program

Our Infant Program welcomes little ones from 6 weeks to 15 Months old.  We Recognize that it is often difficult for parents to return to work six weeks after the birth of their newborn, that's why our nurturing staff makes the transition as smooth as possible.  

All Infants will enjoy music, singing and conversation and age appropriate toys to play with. Our Infant room ensures a clean and safe environment for your baby each and every day.

Toddler Program

Language and self-awareness blossom in the toddler stage.  Mobility vastly improves and the child's curiosity awakens.  It compels the toddler to investigate spatial concepts as well as fine motor skills. Toddler also begin to develop meaningful friendships. Imagination Station staff guides and nurtures children.  Each day is filled with crafts, stories, circle time, small and large muscle activities, and opportunities to develop social skills.   

Preschool Program

 

Imagination Station is a place where children continue self-care, early literacy, and interpersonal skills through fun activities. Some of the social skills fostered here include sharing, taking turns, using sympathy, and expressing feelings. Children begin work on skills like:

 

  • Identifying colors & shapes

  • Familiarizing themselves with the sounds that letters make

  • Recognizing their first and last names

  • Using counting games, and somgs to introduce children to number concepts and sequencing 

When children feel good about their abilities, they feel good about themsleves. We plan to provide activities that will allow your child to meet with success.