*****Times are approximate and can be interchanged to meet the needs of your infant. (Infant individual schedules are respected)*****

******Careful consideration is given to the age and stage of infants before new activities, objects and experiences are intorduced.******

6:30-8:00

Preparation for day.  Stagger arrival of children from 6:30-9:00. *Rest for infants requiring additional sleep.*

 

Morning Admission Inspection: Activity level, skin level, unusual spots or rashes, swelling or bruises, sores (open/ozzing) severe coughing/sneezing, discharge from nose; eyes; ears, breathing difficulties, general mood/behavior.

 8:00-8:30

 

 Individual Care and Stimulation

Bonding/Attachment (Talking, Singing, Cuddling, Patting, Bouncing, or Rocking)

Individual Activity Time

 8:30-9:00

 

Routine Care

Feeding & Diapering as needed for each child

 

9:00-11:00


 

 Rest Time

 11:00-11:30

 


 

 Routine Care

Feeding & Diapering as needed for each child

Lunch

 11:30-12:00

 

 Sensorimotor Activities

*Encourage mother development (Ex. "Peek-A-Boo", "This Little Piggy", "Pat-A-Cake")

*Learning through senses (Sight, Sound and Touch... provided with toys/objects to look at and touch)

Individual Activity Time

 12:00-12:30

 

Vigorous Motor Activity

Fine and Gross Motor Development.

*Small muscles of the hands. (Ex. Grasp toys, rattles, ect...)

*Large muscles of the body. (Ex. Push and Pull toys.... Arms and Legs Excercise, baby jumper, treadmill, Stationary)

 12:30-1:00

 

Routine Care

Feeding & Diapering as needed for each child

 

1:00-3:00


 

Rest Time

 3:00-3:30

 

 Routine Care

Feeding & Diapering as needed for each child

Snack

 

 3:30-4:00

 

 Individual Care and Stimulation

 

Bonding/Attachment (Talking, Singing, Cuddling, Patting, Bouncing, or Rocking)

Individual Activity Time

 4:00-4:30

 

Communication Activities

Encourage vocalization (Ex. Make baby noises, and new sounds with changes in pitch)

Sensory Experiences

Hard and Soft surfaces (*Provide toys or objects with a variety of textures)

 4:30-5:00

 

Routine Care

Feeding & Diapering as needed for each child

 5:00-5:30

 

Preparation for Departure

*Rest for infants requiring additional sleep communication with Parents.

 


 

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