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Infant Child Care in Bel Air: The Celebree™ School Community

Choosing the right infant child care program in Bel Air, MD is a serious decision. You want a warm, safe setting, one in which your baby will be the center of someone’s world. You’ll find it at Celebree School® of Bel Air South-Laurel Bush. With our nurturing and experienced early childhood educators, combined with an individualized approach to infant care, your precious little one will be given all the attention they need in an environment that feels like home.

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About Our Infant Child Care Program

At Celebree School of Bel Air South-Laurel Bush’s infant child care program, we start every relationship with a comprehensive conversation. We want to know about your expectations, as well as your baby’s routine, personality, and developmental milestones. This enables us to personalize our approach to caring for them, ensuring more consistency and a happy transition between home and school.

Whether your baby is six weeks or six months old, Celebree School of Bel Air South-Laurel Bush’s infant child care program also features:

  • A primary teacher assigned to your child to provide immediate and ample attention, whether they’re eating, sleeping, or playing.
  • Your infant will be held during every feeding, as well as rocked to sleep. 
  • Communication at the start of each day to discuss your child’s night and morning routine.
  • Daily reports via the Celebree Tweet documenting nap and play times, meals, diaper changes, and more, as well as regular updates on developmental progress. 

At Celebree School of Bel Air South-Laurel Bush’s infant child care program, we want babies exploring and interacting in a setting that best suits them. It’s why we provide two different classrooms based on age; one for those six weeks to nine months and the other for nine- to 18-month-old babies.

Individual Infant Child Care Plans

Celebree School of Bel Air South-Laurel Bush’s infant care program is built by educators, as well as personalized to the specific development level of your baby. As a result, you can expect your son or daughter to be stimulated and encouraged in a way that’s most appropriate for them. Throughout this process, we’ll focus on helping your baby meet milestones in areas including: 

  • Physical growth and development
  • Language and communication
  • Fine and gross motor abilities
  • Emotional and social skills

To foster these foundational skills, we take a fun, multi-faceted approach that includes participation in art projects, such as finger painting, and other forms of sensory play. Your baby will also learn basic sign language so they can build early language skills and communicate without frustration. 

Schedule a time to visit by calling Celebree School of Bel Air South-Laurel Bush MD at (410) 515-4991. Our infant child care program is available to families across Bel Air, Abingdon, and Edgewood, MD.

7 Domains of Learning

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Personal and Social Development

Children learn to develop healthy relationships with adults and their peers while cultivating a positive personal identity.
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Scientific Thinking

Children are taught to channel their natural curiosity to articulate questions and draw conclusions about the world around them.
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Mathematical Thinking

This discipline focuses on numbers and their relationships, in addition to the geometric concepts that explain spatial awareness.
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Language and Literacy

The basis of learning, this domain opens the door of communication through writing and drawing as well as grammar and comprehension.
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Social Studies

This sphere examines societal relationships based on social structures and the connections between people and their communities.
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The Arts

An exploration into visual arts, music, dance and theater, this domain celebrates distinctive expression of emotions and ideas.
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Physical Development and Health

Children are taught regard for health and nutrition in addition to the benefits of exercise to develop a strong mind and body.