Programs

Structured and Well-Designed Programs for Your Children

Infants 

  • Children between 6 weeks - 15 months
  • The class is licensed for 12 infants 
  • The ratio is 4 infants to 1 teacher
When the class is full, we go the extra mile and have a fourth person in the class for the majority of the day. Every child has his or her own schedule. We supply Nestle Good Start Formula, baby cereal, baby foods and table foods. 

You will need to provide diapers and wipes, bottles and changes of clothes. Our infant program offers art activities, music and movement, sensory and a lot of language learning experiences. When the weather is nice the infants go on walks using our six-passenger buggy and strollers.

Toddlers 

  • Children between 15 months to around 2 years
  • The class is licensed for 15 toddlers
  • The ratio of 5 toddlers to 1 teacher
When the class is full, we go the extra mile and have a fourth person in the class for the majority of the day. Our days are filled with structured activities of art, music and movement, sensory and a lot of language learning experiences. We begin to incorporate circle times and small group activities. We use cots and cribs for the nap time. 

Twos

  • The class is licensed for 16 children 
  • The ratio is 8 children to 1 teacher 
To give ample attention we have an additional person for majority of the day to help with potty training and hands-on activities. 

A day in the life of a 2-year-old child at Land of Learning is filled with opportunities like: 
  • Self-Help Skills
  • Language Development
  • Art Experiences
  • Math and Science Experiences
  • Cooking Projects
  • Dramatic Play
  • Sensory & Large & Small Motor 
  • We also expose them to literature, ABCs and 123s throughout the day

Threes

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  • The class is licensed for 20 children
  • The ratio is 10 children to 1 teacher 
We do have an extra person on most days to provide extra hands with continued potty training and hands-on activities.

The children experience turn taking, taking responsibility and continue with self-help skills. In addition to this, they also experience structured centers, which include activities like:
  • Math & Science Experiences
  • Cooking Projects
  • Dramatic play
  • Sensory and large and small motor
  • Language experiences along with letter and number recognition activities are an active part of the curriculum 

Fours

learning center
  • The class is licensed for 20 children
  • The ratio is 10 children to 1 teacher
We use the Abeka Phonics Curriculum to teach letter recognition and sounds. The Fours activity centers include: 
  • Writing
  • Math & Science
  • Cooking Experience
  • Art 
  • Dramatic play
  • Sensory and Small and Large Motor
  • Circle times and language development are part of the everyday schedule
At their preschool graduation in May, the Fours showcase their learning achievements.

Pre-K (4 - 5 years)

  • The class is licensed for 20 children
  • The ratio is 10 children to 1 teacher
We use the Abeka Phonics curriculum to teach letter recognition, sounds and simple words. The Pre-K activity centers include: 
  • Writing
  • Math & Science
  • Cooking Experiences
  • Art 
  • Dramatic play 
  • Sensory and Large and Small Motor
  • Circle times are filled with language activities, educational facts and information related to the classroom themes
At their preschool graduation in May, the Pre-K showcase their learning achievements.

Outside Time 

The children enjoy large motor play on the playground in the mornings and afternoons when weather permits. There are two sections to the playground - one for Toddlers and Twos, the other is for 3 years and above. A variety of activities are available in addition to the playground equipment, such as:
  • Bikes
  • Chalk
  • Balls
  • Sandbox 
  • Bubbles

Nutrition

Encouraging nutritious and excellent eating habits is an important part of our childcare program. We follow the guidelines for preparation of food and service provided by the USDA Food Program. Menus are posted on all parent bulletin boards.
  • Breakfast - grain, fruit and milk
  • Lunch - protein, grain, fruit, vegetable and milk
  • Snack - 2 food groups
Meals are served family style, with children and staff eating together, to promote both good eating habits and social skills.
Contact us today to find out more about
our programs.
The Land of Learning Childcare Center is licensed by the Department of Children and Family Services.
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