How do we provide care for your youngest while nurturing their growth and development?
The answer is often found in the curriculum. Research based and child focused, the “My Senses” Infant-Toddler Curriculum uses a carefully designed process of learning through discovery, called active participatory learning. During active learning, caregivers encourage infants and toddlers to discover the word around them by exploring and playing. Learning and development are anchored by long-term trusting relationships with caregivers, who are close at hand to support children as they play.
If you're looking for a nurturing environment to take care of your infant while you're go to work or run errands, ABC Children's Academy’s infant care service in Houston is the right place to do so. We specialize in taking care of infants for a few hours, or all day. Our infant day care center is staffed with highly trained and caring professionals who specialize in caring for infants as young as 4 months old. Each infant is different, therefore, we're more than happy to accommodate special requests regarding feedings, naps or whatever it is your child needs. We understand that babies need around-the-clock supervision and highly specialized care.
ABC Children's Academy has a specialized program to care for toddlers. We offer potty training as needed and our teachers provide a program where children feel safe, loved, and free to explore, grow, and learn. Children are given opportunities to develop fine and large motor skills. Social development is very important—children must learn how to share and get along with classmates. They are able to do so in our classroom centers and on our playground.
Taking care of very young children involves more than just meeting their physical needs. Today we see ourselves as educators to enhance all aspects of children’s development.
Our curriculum programs contain teaching and family components that provide a solid foundation from which explorations can be built and extended according to the specific curiosities of the children. My Senses-Two’s support active learning through hands-on play, create secure connections, and motivate exploration.
Principles of Two-Year-Old Learning
They learn with their whole body and with all their senses.
Two’s learn because they want to.
Communicate what they know.
Learn within the context of trusting relationships.