At the Kids’ Corral Providence Village and Savannah locations, the infant rooms provide a nurturing and stimulating environment, while providing loving care to each child. Our low infant to caregiver ratio allows for the best possible environment for your child.
Our Frogstreet Infant Curriculum is designed around the latest scientific early brain development research, and is focused on building strong foundations for little ones ages 0-18 months. This child-centered program equips caregivers to nurture the little ones in their care and optimize key windows of opportunity for growth and development. In addition, the curriculum is designed with intention and purpose and organized around developmental learning domains. The curriculum also features Dr. Becky Bailey’s Conscious Discipline® strategies to enhance social and emotional development.
At The Kid’s Corral, infants are cared for by trained staff in a loving, clean and safe environment. In the infant room our staff works with families and infants to follow individual schedules, which meet the needs of each infant. As well, our staff works with each infant to achieve developmentally appropriate milestones in the areas of language development, small and gross motor skills, social and emotional development, music, movement and song.
Daily activities you experience with your child at home, such as smiling, talking, playing and stimulating will also be part of their day at The Kid’s Corral. This kind of individual attention and stimulation is important for your child’s cognitive and social-emotional growth.
In addition, we offer a developmentally appropriate outdoor play area for our infants, allowing them fresh air and fun exploration. Parents receive updates throughout the day on the HiMama app to keep them informed of their child’s activities and advancements.
A good relationship between parents and teachers helps ease parents’ minds and helps children begin a lifelong pursuit of learning. The more families and teachers communicate, the better they can provide for the child’s changing needs. At The Kid’s Corral, we encourage open communication so that we can best serve our children and families.