Infants

Hummingbirds, Chicks, Cottontails, Ducklings

Classroom overview

In our infant classrooms, we focus on your baby’s needs and providing a safe and consistent environment for your baby to grow and learn. Fundamental to your baby’s care is a deep trust in his or her primary caregiver which we actively nurture. Our infant classrooms are set up to help your baby feel attuned to the caregiver, develop fine and gross motor skills, begin language development, and be creative and curious. Our approach to caring for infants and toddlers is based on the principles of infant specialist Magda Gerber.

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To foster your child’s healthy development, Child's Day supports:

  • Deep bonding between your child and their caregiver to foster a beneficial, trusting attachment.
  • Belief in your child as an initiator, an explorer, and a self-learner.
  • An environment for your child that is physically safe, cognitively challenging, and emotionally nurturing.
  • Time for uninterrupted play.
  • Freedom to explore and interact with other children.
  • Involving your child in all care activities to allow your child to become an active participant rather than a passive recipient.
  • Sensitive observation of your child in order to understand his/her needs.
  • Consistent, clearly-defined limits and loving expectations.

Teacher Profile

Tracy Pearson lead teacher

I have been with the Child’s Day Infant and Toddler program since 2009 and I have loved every minute of it. I’m a mother myself and have been a teacher for infants and toddlers for more than twenty years. I love babies because they keep you honest and they learn so much in the little time I have them. I love being a partner with their families and being an influence in their lives.