Infant Program

Babies are born wanting to learn, like little scientists.

They explore and learn through all their senses even before they can crawl. Find out how you can encourage this learning by providing new opportunities for them to touch, taste, smell, grab and listen to the world around them in a safe and nurturing environment.

Right Experiences at the Right Time

Early Learning Domains

  • Approaches to Learning
  • Language & Literacy
  • Physical Development
  • Creative Arts
  • Science & Engineering
  • Math

  • Overview
  • Infant
  • Toddler
  • Early Preschool
  • Preschool
  • Pre-Kindergarten
  • Kindergarten

Basic scientific concepts and science process skills begin to develop as early as infancy.

Libertus, Feigenson & Halberda (2011) in S. Linder (2015)

Our Infant program nurtures Active Minds, Healthy Bodies and Happy Hearts®

Throughout the day, you will see Infant teachers talk and sing with your child during feeding, diapering and playtime. This interaction helps your baby begin to understand language and conversation. Our staff pays close attention to all aspects of your child’s development. Here are some examples of experiences that will captivate your baby in the Primrose Infant program.

Og’s Story Time®

Babies snuggle up to teachers while they enjoy simple picture books together. Reading aloud with infants is an important first step for language and literacy.

Sign Language

Your child learns to communicate basic wants and needs using sign language. Parents receive their own set of signing cards to continue “conversations” at home.

Rhythm & Notes®

Your baby wiggles, dances and lights up with the music from our Rhythm and Notes program. Engaging with our music at school and at home also enhances your child’s brain development. The dance party continues anywhere you go with the PrimMusic app we provide to you.

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