We approach our infant care with quality and base it on the individual needs of the infant. We work with parents to determine what is the best planned for their infant. We do our best to focus on individual progress, infant-newborn improvement.
- Physical movement
- Fine motor skills
- Gross motor skills
We stimulate growth with interactions that studies have shown to make positive impacts on the growth in children. We look forward to work with parents to ensure their children get everything they need to thrive.
It might look like just child’s play, but toddlers are hard at work. They are learning important physical skills as they gain muscle control, balance, and coordination. Providing opportunities so toddlers can explore, ask questions, use their imagination, and practice fine motor skills, such as stacking blocks or coloring.
Early Toddler (12–24 months)
- pulls/carries toys while walking
- stoops and gets back up
- begins to run
- kicks a ball
- holds railing going up/down stairs
Older Toddler (24–36 months)
- climbs well
- bends over easily without falling
- runs well
- kicks ball forward
- starts to pedal tricycle
- throws ball over head
We provide programs to keep your toddlers safe, active, healthy, and learning without realizing they are learning.
Our Pride Child Care works on the necessary skills need for the future. We help your preschoolers develop skills that are important to function as a person.
Our nurturing teachers work with each one of our preschoolers individually. We try to focus on important skills children learn while in school.
- Emotional Development
- Social Skills
- Early Literacy Development
- Listening skills
- Communication Skills
- Problem-solving skills
We run an number of different programs for school aged children. We provide an opportunity where they can can play sports with other kids their age. We help with tutoring, and cyber school if they have a cyber school day and parents still need to work or they have half-days at school. We understand that life happens and sometimes there is nothing we can do.