OUR GROUPS

Children’s Village (CV) encompasses five age groups totaling 70 children. Each classroom has its own daily routine, teaching team, and curricular goals that are designed to meet specific developmental needs. We also provide on-site music, storytelling, yoga, and nature/science programs to extend childrens’ learning beyond the classroom.

  • INFANTS

    10 infants

    10 weeks – 15 months
    1:3 teacher/child ratio

     

    CV provides an abundance of TLC to babies and their parents! We are respectful of infants’ individual schedules and the environment is specifically designed to assist with emerging milestones. All foods and formulas are provided.

  • TODDLERS

    11 toddlers

    15 months – 2 years
    1:4 teacher/child ratio

     

    Independent explorations are encouraged with the toddlers at CV. Sensory, art, music, movement activities, and opportunities for promoting language development are also provided throughout the day in a variety of ways.

  • SPROUTS

    13 sprouts

    2 – 3 years
    1:4 teacher/child ratio

     

    The transition from parallel to interactive play emerges with our sprouts. Art, music, and movement through stories, songs, finger plays, and flannel boards are geared torward language and social development. Independence, self-help skills, and toilet learning are encouraged. Large and small motor skills emerge!

  • PRESCHOOLERS

    18 preschoolers

    3 – 4 years
    1:6 teacher/child ratio

     

    Interest areas for CV’s preschoolers focus on art, nature/science, dramatic play, early literacy, blocks, and sensory play. We provide an emergent curriculum, creative child-centered / teacher-facilitated activities, and choices to gain mastery and independence.

  • PRE-K'ERS

    18 pre-k'ers

    4 – 5 years
    1:9 teacher/child ratio

     

    We provide a hands-on curriculum and open structure, integrated and emergent learning experiences including: expressive and creative art, music, science, early literacy, manipulative pre-math, and woodworking. Teachers assist those families whose children transition to kindergarten.