Leaving your baby in someone else’s care is a big step. Everyone at our preschool — most importantly, our friendly infant teachers—will work with you to make sure the transition goes smoothly. When you step into our infant classroom, you’ll see how much we want your infant to feel safe, loved, and ready to explore their world.

Everyone belongs in our circle

We build warm, welcoming, and supportive classrooms for children of all abilities, backgrounds, and experiences.

Explore the infant classroom

Take a look at how we set up our classroom for infants. It’s organized for their age and stage of learning and development.


Inside an infant’s day

Your infant’s classroom will follow a daily routine. They will enjoy a short morning nap and a longer afternoon nap, as well as a morning snack, main meal, and afternoon snacks. Infants always come together for group time, to play outside, and to engage their senses with discovery baskets.

Infant curriculum

Yes, we have a curriculum for infants, too! Your infant is in brain development prime time, just starting to make connections with people and things around them. Our curriculum is designed just for infants to help build their brains in important ways. Early exposure to a bilingual environment is also an important part of their language development process.

Food & Nutrition

Well-nourished babies make the best learners! That’s why we prioritize feeding your baby based on their developmental stage and unique needs. We can support bottle-fed babies and help transition your child to solids when they’re ready! When solids are a safe option for your little one, our nutritious meals and school snacks are provided every day. Even if your child has allergies or dietary restrictions, we’ll serve up safe and delicious menu options created by expert nutritionists.

For babies who eat solids, we serve up food for thought

At mealtimes, your baby’s teacher will offer and encourage your baby to interact with all their food, even if they don’t eat everything. They’ll talk about the food and get all five senses involved!


Once your child is ready for solids, here’s what you can expect on the infant menu each week. We take special care to use our school lunches as an opportunity to introduce the wonderful world of flavors to your little one and their developing palate.

Development Milestones

Our teachers are constantly monitoring the development of our little ones, and at this young age they are growing very quickly. We design activities based on these milestones and we want our activities to be ideal for the age group, that’s why we set such specific learning milestones for the little ones. Take a look below at what you should expect to see between 6-12 months old.