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Purple Class

Ages: 6 weeks - 23 months

          In our infant and toddler classroom, we embrace a nurturing and developmentally-focused curriculum designed to foster exploration, growth, and early learning milestones. Our approach recognizes the unique needs and stages of development of each child, ensuring a supportive environment where they can thrive.


Key Elements of Our Curriculum:

  1. Content: Colors, Shapes, Counting, animal identification, and Alphabet Reciting

  2. Sensory Exploration: Through sensory activities, infants and toddlers engage with their environment using all their senses. From textured materials to tactile experiences, we encourage curiosity and cognitive development.

  3. Language Development: Our curriculum promotes language acquisition through interactive storytelling, music, and simple conversations. We introduce basic vocabulary and encourage early communication skills to lay the foundation for future language proficiency.

  4. Fine and Gross Motor Skills: Activities such as crawling, grasping objects, and exploring outdoor spaces help develop fine and gross motor skills. These activities are crucial for physical coordination and strength.

  5. Social and Emotional Development: Building trusting relationships with caregivers and peers is fundamental. We promote emotional expression, empathy, and self-regulation through responsive caregiving and positive interactions.

  6. Cognitive Development: Our curriculum introduces basic concepts such as cause and effect, object permanence, and spatial awareness. Activities are designed to stimulate cognitive processes and problem-solving skills appropriate for each developmental stage.

  7. Creative Arts: Through art, music, and sensory play, children are encouraged to express themselves creatively. These experiences foster imagination, self-expression, and appreciation for the arts.

  8. Daily Routines and Rituals: Predictable routines provide stability and security for infants and toddlers. Activities such as mealtime, naptime, and transitions are carefully planned to support comfort and familiarity.

  9. Outdoor Exploration: Weather-permitting, outdoor play is incorporated into daily activities. It promotes physical development, stimulates senses, and encourages exploration of the natural world.

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