The Pink room and The Purple room (3 months – 18 months)

Your child will go through many changes in these rooms, and reach many developmental milestones.

From drinking formula/breast fed to drinking homogenised milk, eating pureed food to eating whole foods from our menu, lying still to walking, and babbling to talking.

The classroom ratio is 1 educator to 4 children with a maximum of 8 per classroom.

“Respecting a child means treating even the youngest infant as a unique human being, not as an object.” – Magda Gerber

Safe and fun learning environment

• Focus on attachment and relationships

• Inclusion and acceptance

• Flexible schedules to meet child’s/family’s needs

• Open ended free play opportunities

• Program planning based on the children’s (individual and common) interests and development

*Social and emotional developmental support using “Handle with Care”, “Circle of Security”: peer interactions,

confidence, problem solving, empathy, resiliency etc.

*Encouraging independent skills: walking, feeding, drinking

*Communication: Infant sign language, verbal word modelling

*Pre-literacy skills: reading books, rhyming, repeating etc.

*Creative arts: markers, crayons, paint and various textures such as shaving cream, slime, food

*Basic math: shape sorters, puzzles

The daily schedule is just a guideline, we follow the child’s cues with feeding and sleeping. As infants age, we will work with families to support in transitioning to a more structured routine:

7:30-9:30 – Arrival and Free Play

9:00-9:30 – Snack time

10:00-12:00 – activities/outings, programs

12:00-12:45 – Lunch time

1:00-3:00 – Quiet/nap time

3:00-3:30— Snack

3:30-5:30- activities, backyard, pick-up

The Pink Room

The Purple Room

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