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(6 weeks to 15 months)

At Happy feet, we have designated infants room. Parents & teachers work together to design daily routines to meets each infant’s physical needs. Everyday there are opportunities for small group interactions, positive and tranquil transitions and going outdoors.

Our teachers use sign language program to communicate with those who can’t speak yet. Through this, infant’s are able to associate a hand or aim movement with a need or want. Families are encouraged to use Baby Signs at home as a way of enriching language skills.


(16 months to 24 months)

These tiny curious creatures need the adults who interact with them to be supportive, available and able to validate all bodily care routines and needs. They demand adults who support active exploration.

We focus on the planing activities and working with your child, sitting for short periods of time for large and small groups activities, improving verbal activities, responding to simple directions, social and self-help skills, exhibiting age-appropriate motor development and toilet training.


(2 years to 4 years)

Preschoolers come to school eager to learn and begin to take responsibility for their learning. This age group starts to construct knowledge not only through exploration and observation, but also through reflection and implementation of their daily plan.

They are able to develop interactions with materials, people and events that are important to them. Curriculum really takes root with this age group. Key developmental indicators, the group of concepts to be taught, fill individual lesson plan designed to meet the needs of each child.

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