By Niko Vercelletto

Toddler Time’s Program Expands to Include Infants

August 28, 2014   |  Local News - Nassau County, Long Island  


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Toddler Time, a nursery school and extended care center in Seaford, now offers infant program for children as young as 3 months. The center encourages kids to learn and explore at their own pace and ability.

toddlers playingAt Toddler Time, children are encouraged to explore and discover at their own pace and ability.

Toddler Time, a nursery school and extended care center for toddlers, has expanded its program to include infants as young as 3 months old. The facility aims to provide a nurturing, safe, and stimulating learning environment in which kids are encouraged to learn and discover at their own pace and ability. Toddler Time offers programs year-round and has half-day and full-day options, the latter being from 7am-6pm.

The infants in the expanded program start their day with floor play such as climbing, crawling, and tummy time before moving into the music program, which allows the children to learn about and interact with basic instruments. The day care provides naptime and a snack for the infants before starting their sensory play, which involves learning sounds and shapes, and then moving onto story time.

Toddler Time’s curriculum is designed to foster creativity, exploration, and a quest for knowledge while re-enforcing positive social interactions and play skills to build the foundation for future cognitive learning. “Toddler Time’s goal is to prepare each child for their future education while helping develop self-esteem and a lifetime love of learning,” says Dawn Fishman, director of Toddler Time.

Enrollment for Toddler Time’s programming is now open.

 

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