Infant Class: 3 months – until child is walking
Meet our Infant Teacher!
Our infant program guarantees to give you extraordinary inner peace of mind!
A Montessori classroom for infants, sometimes referred to as “The Nido” (Italian for “nest”), accommodates non-mobile or crawling infants in a peaceful classroom environment. Here, the infant safely explores, feeling secure in the presence of loving adult caregivers. The environment includes developmentally appropriate furniture and materials. Safety is paramount, but equipment that limits a child’s freedom of movement is avoided
Do you want a safe and caring environment where we can lovingly care for your child while you work?
Our infant program is committed to implementing the natural and seamless transition for you and your baby. Our teachers spend quality time rocking, cuddling, conversing, singing, and engaging with your child in our quiet and safe environment. By following the curriculum designed for our young learners, they can make simple care routines based on different needs and developmental levels through thoughtful endeavors.
We are committed to providing positive environments that promote mental development. So, infants are more likely to develop their motor skills and explore with all their senses. The Reggio Emilia Curriculum provides infants with the skills or milestones. We support at every stage of their cognitive, physical, and socio-emotional development. Infants are gradually equipped with more advanced skills to promote their progressive development. In this class, children enjoy:
- Activities with educational toys
- Warm, nurturing classroom environments
- Exclusive milestone-based curriculum
- Immersive learning
Infant Program Goals
Our infant care program’s primary goal is to provide an environment that promotes the growth of love, care, and natural curiosity in your children. We see parents as their partners, and by working together, we believe your child will have a more productive and satisfying childhood experience. These are the following goals our program includes.
- Create a safe, engaging, and learning environment that promotes curiosity and innovation
- Promoting the development of language and social skills
- Provide opportunities to gain freedom in daily work
- Provide opportunities for practical life activities and learning in kindness and courtesy
- Increase confidence in their developing capabilities
- Hand-eye coordination, visual discrimination, developing fine motor skills
- Provide arts and crafts activities to promote the development of creativity
1. Agile, hands-on game
Holding plastic rings, wrapping them in a soft blanket, screaming at the doll – it’s fun! Children love to smell, hear, taste and touch to understand the world around them. Moving freely in a safe place where children can access and find objects – is crucial to learning. Caregivers provide children with safe and fun activities that arouse their curiosity. Also, invite children to learn what they can do with their environment and bodies.
2. By exploring and understanding their world
High-quality programs allow babies a lot of time to play and explore. Babies need a lot of experience with objects and people so that they can understand them. Caregivers help children by naming objects and telling them what their child is doing. Over time, your child will begin to understand what things are and how they work.
3. Infant Socialization
At a young age, they form relationships with adults and peers. We introduce classroom activities to enhance these socio-emotional skills and encourage our children to interact carefully with the world around them.