Infant Program

Feel at ease with our peaceful and comforting atmosphere for your baby.

Individualized care, because that’s what babies need.

At Celebree, we create a warm and nurturing environment to serve as your infant’s home away from home.

The Infant Program

The Infant Program

The Personal Touch
  • Every infant is assigned a Primary Caregiver.
  • Infants are rocked to sleep and held for feedings.
  • Every morning, our teachers will check with you to see how your evening and morning has been, when your baby has last eaten, slept and been changed.
Thorough Reporting
  • Each evening when you arrive, you will receive a daily report informing you of your baby’s day.
  • Our teachers will document all meal times, diaper changes, nap times and play times.
Creating Confidence
  • Our daily communications enable parents and teachers, as partners, to provide a consistency between home and Celebree that makes your baby feel secure.
  • It also lets you know that you can be confident in the care giving and child development for which you count on Celebree.
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Infant Program Details

Infant Program Details

Take a closer look into the individualized infant program offered here at Celebree.

Two separate infant classrooms

To properly accommodate child mobility, our Infant Program has two separate classrooms, serving these approximate age groups:

  • 6 weeks to 9 months
  • 9 months to 18 months
Individual care plans

Learning begins at birth. Because babies needs vary, healthy child development for infants requires individual goals and lesson plans. At Celebree, we focus on:

  • Personal and social development
  • Language development
  • Physical development
  • Recognizing and documenting infant milestones
  • Daily active reporting

Childhood development also means learning together.

Every baby participates in individual gross motor activities, fine motor activities, sensorimotor play and social play. In each classroom, babies complete art projects and experience different tactile sensations creating handprints and footprints. Teachers introduce simple sign language such as 'more', 'eat', 'help' etc. to encourage communication before verbal skills have developed.