Our Infant Classroom

We welcome you to visit our Infant classroom to see babies forming secure attachments, clapping and laughing, using sign language, enjoying stories, creating art, and joyfully playing.

Teachers utilize The Creative Curriculum® for Infants, Toddlers & Twos to guide their daily teaching. This curriculum is based on the latest, most current research about how young children develop and learn.
Watching each baby achieve milestones, grow, laugh and form strong relationships is what our infant teachers love about their career!

Our Infant Curriculum Objectives


Regulates own emotions and behaviors

Establishes and sustains positive relationships

Examples: looks when teacher is talking, calms when rocked hears soothing voice, responds to teacher during care giving routines, etc.


Demonstrates Traveling skills

Demonstrates balancing skills

Demonstrates fine-motor strength and coordination

Examples: Rolls over, moves from crawling to sitting, sits and reaches for toys without falling, bangs two blocks together, crumples paper, etc.


Listens to and understands increasingly complex language

Uses language to express thoughts and needs

Uses appropriate communication skills

Examples: responds to own name, covers eyes when teachers prompts, “Where’s Baby”, coos when happy, says, “M-m-m and D-d-d”, shakes head for no, waves bye-bye, etc.


Demonstrates positive approaches to learning

Remembers and connects experiences

Examples: watches teacher walk across the room, reaches for a toy that is just out of reach, shakes or bangs a toy to make it work, says or signs common objects when sees them, etc.


Demonstrates knowledge of print and its uses

Examples: gazes at the page in a book, brings teacher a book to read, etc.


Uses number concepts and operations

Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes

Compares and measures

Demonstrates knowledge of patterns

Examples: verbally count “one, two, ten”, says “more milk”, place shapes in shape sorting box, puts circle puzzle piece in circular shape, indicate which ball is bigger, etc.

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