Our nursery room is specifically designed to give your infant a secure, warm and nurturing environment. We are committed to making this first transition from home an, easy and natural process for you and your child. Our infant teachers understand each child has individual needs and they create a daily plan to best accommodate each child. We focus on skills to develop cognitive, social, motor, and language development.
At Caughlin Kidz, your infant will have a full day of learning, playing and socializing to help them develop and grow to their full potential.
In the toddler room, the children are busy exploring their environment through simple, age appropriate activities that are carefully planned by our lead teachers with your child in mind. Each child is encouraged to discover new concepts through play, songs, experiments, and friendships. We utilize our beautiful school to explore the outdoors through nature walks and sensory experiences. This classroom will stimulate your child’s excitement for learning.
Our older toddler room is where your child will have an opportunity to really grow into their personality. This classroom works on self help skills like potty training. Our teachers have experience building confidence in this new skill and gently guide them on to success. We work with parent and child to have an easy a potty training experience. The teachers plan daily activities for large motor development, pre-reading skills, language, and early numeracy.
We are very happy to provide your child with a fun, developmentally appropriate educational experience. The teachers plan lessons and activities based on the where your child is and what challenge they are ready for next. Our small teacher to student ratio ensures that your child will receive the individual care and attention they need. Our play-based curriculum means that your child will be doing fun, hands-on learning. Art and creativity is incorporated into all our learning. Math and literacy are the core focus in our classrooms and we make learning fun and meaningful for your child.