Infant Daycare

Your infant will learn age-appropriate social, emotional, physical, and intellectual skills in EYES daycare. EYES program is planned to meet the developmental needs and interest of the children. During the day, the children will engage in small group activities to enable them to develop specific skills. Also,a period of time will be spent outdoors.

Social

  • Engaging with others by expressing needs through babbling, gestures, and facial expressions …
  • Imitating teachers’ speech rhythms and inflections …
  • Interacting with picture books, puppets, and photo cards …
  • Listening to stories, songs, rhymes, and finger plays …

Emotional

  • Engaging in sensitive, responsive interactions with highly attentive teachers …
  • Exploring self expression through creative arts and play …

Physical

  • Lifting head, rolling from side to side, and crawling …
  • Practicing standing and walking with direct support from attentive teachers …
  • Coordinating body movements through music and dance …

Intellectual

  • Exploring the environment through the five senses …
  • Engaging with objects of different shapes, sizes, and textures …
  • Experimenting with concepts of spatial orientation and cause & effect …

 

EYES Daycare Curriculum for babies is also based on :

  • Sensory, Language and Cognitive Development
  • Personal Development
  • Music & Art
  • Creative Expressions

EYES Daycare gives your infant the opportunity to hear and see different sights and sound. We make them walk outdoors, put safe toys within reach & allow them a safe supervised space to explore. In order to ensure that kids don’t get bored, we create variety of play situation. Our trained teachers create variety of activities to keep them engaged.

Research has shown time and time again that infants who receive the high-quality child care and early education programs do better in school, have more developed social skills, and display fewer behavior problems.
Judy Biggert

Enroll your Child Today at one of Our Daycare Facilities
Research has shown time and time again that infants who receive high-quality childcare and early education programs do better in school, have more developed social skills, and display fewer behavior problems.
Judy Biggert
(Former US Representative)

Enroll your Infant Today at one of Our Daycare Facilities