Ages: 6 weeks - 12 months (and walking)
Our newly renovated infant room provides a cozy space with different areas for napping and playing. Your child will get their own designated crib.
Round Barn Daycare understands that infants thrive when their daily needs and routines are honored. We use developmental milestones as a guide for providing enriching experiences through song, play, movement, and toy exploration. The staff strives to partner with each family to provide exceptional care as your baby grows and develops.
Ages: 12 months - 2.5 years
Toddlers are busy moving, learning and playing. Our toddler room is the perfect place for your child to build play and social skills.
The program at Round Barn Daycare celebrates that each child develops at their own rate. The teachers at Round Barn provide group activities where children start to learn cooperation and taking turns. Plenty of time is given for individual learning where the teacher builds a relationship and provides individual learning opportunities to each child.
The classroom environment is set-up to for learning to happen through play that is fun, exciting, and hands on. A toddler sized restroom is attached to this room to provide opportunities for potty training.
Ages: 2.5 - 4 years old
Children at this age are growing their social, emotional and thinking skills. Children in our program are encouraged to make choices for themselves, interact with others , and practice following directions.
It is exciting to see new skills emerge as children start to work on forming letters, coloring, and identifying shapes, numbers and letters. Opportunities for growing fine motor skills are endless through crafts, Legos, playing with figures and cars. A dramatic play station allows children to pretend play with dress-up materials.
Ages: 4 years old - 5 years old
In the preschool room, there is increased curriculum to prepare children for kindergarten but still plenty of time for learning through play and social interaction. The preschool teacher introduces hands-on activities , crafts, and books that follow weekly themes.
The children are introduced to literacy with the letter of the week, creative writing and circle time readings. Circle time also includes using the calendar to learn about the days of the week and the months of the year. Students work towards writing their names using the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum.