Classrooms

At Grace Learning Center, we have 6 classrooms that range in age from 6 weeks to 5 years. Each classroom in staffed by experienced and qualified teachers and under state mandated staff:child ratios. All classes have outside time each day (weather permitting) either on the playground (toddlers and up) or on a walk with the stroller (infants).

Infant I: 4 babies ages 6 weeks to approximately 9 months

Babies in this classroom experience lots of one-on-one interaction as well as opportunities to develop gross motor skill through play. Teachers are equipped to handle a variety of feeding needs. Breastfeeding is welcome at your leisure.

Infant II: 5 babies ages approximately 9 months to 18 months

Crawlers and walkers in this classroom experience lots of time to explore and enjoy their newfound mobility! Teachers foster continued growth in gross motor skill as well as encouraging fine motor skill through self-feeding and other tasks.

Toddler: 6 toddlers ages 18 to 24 months

The children in this class experience lots of free play, work on social development, as well as continued opportunities for development of gross motor and fine motor skill. This group begins working on colors, shapes, letters, and numbers using the Pathways to Preschool curriculum for brief periods throughout the day.

K2: 8 toddlers ages 24 to 36 months

The two-year-old class focuses on social interaction, potty training, and continued development of gross and fine motor skill. This group continues the Pathways to Preschool curriculum.

K3: 9 preschoolers ages 3 – 4 years old

The three-year-olds begin learning a little more about structure with lots of time for fun! They continue potty training, working on positive social interaction with peers and adults, and they begin curriculum called Curiosity Corner that helps prepare them for school.

K4: 12 preschoolers ages 4 – 5 years old

The four-year-old program is a true Pre-K class that will prepare your child for entry into Kindergarten. They continue the Curiosity Corner curriculum and begin to learn more of the social skills they will need to thrive in a more structured and larger class environment. They still have lots of opportunity for free play and creativity too!

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