Parents like to know what their kids do during the day.  This is our
opportunity to list and describe the different activities we provide.

The daily care of infants is centered on cuddling, talking to,
playing with,holding and rocking.  These basic nurturing
activities help insure the infant's healthy emotional attachment
as well as assuring them they are safe and  loved.  We ;provide
a stimulating environment both indoors an out where even the
youngest child is able or encouraged to grow and develop
physically, emotionally, mentally and socially.  Some of the
daily activities include singing, dancing and listening to a
variety of tapes/CD's, reading,  manipulation of objects to
stimulate and improve hand/eye coordination as well as free
play on the floor.  As the child grows, we encourage increased
in a swing or exersaucer and more time working on rolling
over, crawling, sitting up and eventually pulling up and walking.  
Time in the baby bed is reserved for sleep hours only and all
infants under 6 months are put to sleep on their backs.  By 6
months, they start  to prefer sleeping on their stomachs and
often roll over after being put on their back.  Infant's sleep-time
is always closely monitored and staff is well trained on the
subject of SIDS as well as Infant/Child CPR and First Aid.

Parents provide diapers, wipes, formula, bottles, baby food,
bibs, spoon and bowl (all clearly and permanently labeled).

Every child must have a feeding information chart posted with
feeding instructions and  other basic information.  This is
signed and dated by parents and must be updated monthly, or
as changes are made.
TODDLERS continue
learning social skills,
sharing with classmates,
accepting limits. Other
curriculum guides include
learning primary colors,
learning body parts, finger
plays, storytime, nursery
rhymes, ABC's, animals and
animal sounds,
transportation, art
activities, learning about
holidays, music time, large
muscle development, Christian
education, etc.
continue developing social
skills, colors, finger and
nursery  rhymes, art
activities, holiday activities,
music, large and small
muscle development, potty
training, (Kinder Haus does
not allow pull-ups), Christian
children's games, computer
activities, and other
educational activities
appropriate to their age level.
continue social skills
development of positive self
concept, helping and caring
for others, sharing,
accepting limits, pre-reading
development (recognize
name, alike and different,
etc) experience science in
the classroom and outdoors,
pre-math concepts, large
and small muscle
development, music,
holidays, art, Christian
education, children's games,
and other age appropriate
social skills, manners, number
readiness, verbal and language arts
skills, reading and phonetic
readiness, writing readiness,
physical education, social studies,
science, music, field trips,
cooking, Christian Education and
other age-appropriate activities.
After-Schoolers have study time, daily opportunities for
outdoor play when weather permits. Opportunities for thinking
skills, sensory development, small and large muscle development
and social/emotional development.  Naptime, or a period of rest for
those children too old to nap, during which children are supervised.