Infants (6 weeks to 18 months)
Every moment in the infant classroom is a learning experience! Everyday, your child will share books, snuggles, and songs, and will laugh and play with a caring teacher. Our infant program runs on individualized schedules, so feedings, sleep, and changes are based on parent preferences.
Toddlers (18-36 months)
Our toddlers love to explore, and our program strives to nurture the natural curiosity of children! In the toddler classrooms, our days become a little more structured with the introduction of a group schedule. Everyday, our children are involved in a developmentally appropriate curriculum including circle time, small group time, gross motor activities both outside and inside, music and movement, and language development. When parents are ready to introduce potty training, just let us know and together we will develop an appropriate approach to teaching your child how to use the toilet.
Pre-K (3-5 years)
Our Pre-K program is a two-year, multi-age program focused on nurturing positive peer relationships and kindergarten readiness. Reading, Writing, Math, and Science activities are provided every day to prepare each child for Kindergarten and beyond. We also love to cook, get messy, explore, and have lots of fun outside on the playground and in our gross motor room as well.
Academic Academy (Kindergarten- 2nd grade)
The Academic Academy is designed to supplement students who have a hybrid learning schedule. Children are guided through their online work day with one-on-one classroom assistance with our teacher who has a degree of Kindergarten – 2nd grade. This classroom also has a teacher's aide who assists with learning. After work is complete, the children have art, science, cooking and physical education activities designed to pique their curiosity. This class is only in operation while a hybrid school day model is in place for the Grand Island school district. Space for this class is very limited.
School Day Vacation Club/ Summer Fun Club (Ages 5-12)
This program is designed when school is not in session, both during the school year and summer break. The group participates in art, science, physical fitness, water play, bikes, and community service activities. The teachers plan a variety of activities to keep the school agers busy all day. Families can sign up for just the days they need care.