Infant Toddler Room
The Infant Toddler Room is divided into interest areas. The areas contain equipment and supplies that focus on a specific type of activity that are critical to the appropriate development of infants and toddlers. All of the interest areas with short descriptions are located below.
The Large Motor Area is designed for the children to move their whole body (rolling, crawling, cruising, walking, running, balancing, climbing).
The Kitchen Area allows the children to grow in social and emotional development and communication, language, and literacy.
The Dress Up Area is intended for the children to imitate and engage in pretend play. This area long with the Kitchen Area allows the children to be creative and use their imagination in play.
The Infant Area is designed for the infants to be able to move around and explore in a safe space with toys appropriate to their development.
The Block Area is designed for the children to grow in their cognitive development skills. The children are able to take blocks apart and put them back together, discover object permanence, and cause and effect along with other important concepts related to cognitive development.
The Preschool Room is divided up into different activity areas. These activity areas contain equipment and supplies that focus on a specific type of activity that are critical to the appropriate development of preschool children. The different activity areas of the preschool room are the art area; kitchen area; block area; dress up area; discovery area; writing desk; wood working area; book area, and water table. Below are pictures of each area in the Preschool Classroom.