Focus on Infant & Toddler Care & Early Education
Danville Child Development Center’s Infant Program is designed to provide a warm, nurturing, and stimulating environment for our youngest learners. Our degreed and experienced teachers provide each child with opportunities for discovery and skill development, taking their cues from the children’s interests and individual progress.
Infant Program teachers are first-rate caregivers and early educators, recognizing that infants need plenty of snuggle time throughout the day. Parents are our teacher’s partners as we work to create a plan for each child that best fits their needs. Parental input is the vital link that allows us to adapt our program to better serve the children in our care. It is important to us that parents feel as welcome and comfortable in our program as their children do!
Toddlers are so busy growing and learning new skills! Our toddler classrooms are exciting places to be. The toddler teachers plan a variety of hands-on activities that encourage the children’s budding self-help skills and independence (“I can do it myself!” is a toddler’s creed!). Our toddlers enjoy ample time to express themselves when participating in art activities, singing, dancing, building, and pretending in our many learning centers.
Teachers encourage toddlers´ new social awareness by modeling turn-taking and encouraging beginning attempts of toy sharing and cooperative play. Teachers work to create a bond with each child and family, as it is important for both the children and parents to feel a sense of belonging in their classroom.
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