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Why Choose Our Service?

SAFETY
Safety is one of our top priorities. We have constant security to ensure the safety of your child.
ACCESSIBILITY
Our program is open year-round to meet your education and childcare needs.
RELATABILITY
We believe positive relationships between teachers and children are essential to the learning process.

Click below to learn more about our programs. 

Infants

  • Loving and peaceful environment with soft colors, a rocking chair, and music
  • Individual sleep space (crib or pod) with fresh linens  
  • Individual schedule for naptimes and playtimes 
  • Using the Brightwheel App. Parents are notified of diapering, feedings, naps, etc.  
  • Finger foods are provided by TLP when appropriate. 
  • Access to teachers throughout the day with the Brightwheel App.  
  • Emphasis on Tummy Time, visual and verbal communication, and all developmental milestones appropriate and commensurate with the individual child’s developmental readiness.

Ones:

  • Safety is the first priority as one-year-olds build confidence and take risks in their gross motor development. 
  • Autonomy is encouraged, and we strive to provide opportunities to develop self-confidence as independence emerges. 
  • Circle Time is introduced. 
  • Opportunities for Imaginary Play are provided. 
  • Toys and manipulatives are focused on Scientific Exploration.  
  • Books and read-aloud time build a solid foundation for literacy.  
  • Blocks and puzzles provide fine motor, creative play, and cognitive skill development.

Twos:

  • Circle Time is fine-tuned. 
  • Vocabulary is the main focus for our two-year-olds using creative play, extensive exposure to books and pictures, and intentional conversations in one-on-one and small group settings.  
  • Academics increase with the development of the exposure to and memorization of life’s basics: colors, numbers, letters, and shapes.

Threes:

  • Threes is a transitional year in which skills are developed to prepare children for more structured learning situations. 
  • Children are exposed to books by being read to and are encouraged to “read” to others using picture clues. 
  • Puppets, creative play, and dramatic play are all tied to literacy. 
  • STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math are all developed in our state-of-the-art lab. 
  • Opportunities for gross motor development are afforded to children through intentional gameplay and activities to ensure they are exposed to appropriate growth.

Fours:

  • Preparation for Kindergarten Classroom Systems is a priority.  
  • Increased fine motor development activities prepare a child for writing and eye-hand coordination.  
  • Children are exposed not only to letters at this age but also to the connection of letters to sounds. 
  • Children are taught basic foundational mathematic skills, which build a foundation for number sense.  
  • STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math are all developed in our state-of-the-art lab.
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