6 weeks to walking
This is an amazing time in your child’s life. Every day brings a new gift – a smile, a new word, a new tooth. At Overhills CDC we attend to your infant’s every need and we listen carefully to you – the parent – so that your needs are met as well. We maintain a stimulating environment in the infant room, but there’s also quiet time and nap time. The schedule is determined by your child, not by us. Since an infant’s day is “on demand”, there’s no such thing as a typical day. This will give you an idea of what your very young infant might experience.
Our curriculum addresses an infant’s growth and development by creating strong bonds and learning through play. Understanding how young children learn is essential to providing an environment which supports an infant’s development.
“I thought, ‘Curriculum for an infant? You’ve got to be kidding.’ Then I learned how important it is for babies to have the stimulation and little exercises they need at different stages of development. I’m always learning how to be a better parent at Overhills CDC.”
Knowledge of infants’ developmental milestones is critical, so that activities can be geared to help your child meet them. View a sample of activities your child may experience in a given week. Since every infant is on a slightly different timetable, the personal, one-on-one attention available to this age group is particularly important.
As the parent of an infant, you’ll want to closely follow your child’s progress and know what’s happening in your little one’s day. So we provide you with detailed information in our Daily Reports from naps to burps to circle time. You’ll even know about what’s planned for your infant’s week before it happens with Overhills CDC Peek- of-the Week. The infant room at Overhills CDC is big and bright, with cribs on the side and center area for play and exploration.
Some moms enroll their infants at Overhills CDC before they’re born! With waiting lists at some locations, it’s not a bad idea. To secure your infant’s name on the waiting list, (even if your infant has yet to be named!) Enroll now.
Walking to 24 months
Walking. Climbing. Exploring.
Suddenly, everything about your child’s life is changing. By acquiring mobility, your little one experiences the world in a whole new way, making movement and related milestones an important component of our older infant program.
But movement is only one aspect of a varied curriculum that promises to stimulate and nurture very young minds and bodies. Knowledge of a mobile infants’ developmental milestones is critical, so that activities can be geared to help your child meet them. View a sample of activities your child may experience in a given week. Although we always attend to every child’s individual needs, the group experience is an important element of our program.
As the parent of a mobile infant, you’ll want to closely follow your child’s progress and know what’s happening in your little one’s day. So we provide you with detailed information in our Daily Report- from snacks to activities to circle time. You’ll even know what’s planned for your child’s week before it happens with Overhills’ Peek of the Week.
The classroom for mobile infants at Overhills CDC is big and bright, with comfy furniture and even special small tables where the whole gang can gather together for lunch or activity.
With waiting lists at some locations, you may want to consider enrolling now. Doing so will secure your child’s name on the list. Enroll now.