We focus on four main areas of your child’s development:

Physical development

Babies love to move, and all actions are learning activities for them. As your baby tries new skills and masters them—standing, walking, climbing—his caregiver responds to his growing independence by giving him more complicated toys and materials to explore safely.

Social and emotional development

From the moment infants are born, they’re ready to learn through meaningful interactions with people who care for them. As your baby grows, his caregiver will be there helping him learn how to share, take turns, treat others gently, and make friends. She’ll encourage and guide him when necessary.

Cognitive Skills

Your child is curious about the world around her. Your child’s caregiver provides experiences that help her learn about cause and effect, imitate adults in her play, and use her problem-solving skills.

Language development.

Your child’s caregiver helps him learn new words—and how conversation works—when she talks to him, waits for his response, and then responds to his sounds.