Noah's Ark provides a safe and nurturing “home away from home” and early child education designed to help infants grow and learn every day by exploring and making new discoveries.
Our Infant daycare and early education program helps babies grow, gain mobility, and develop intellectual and social skills for a lifetime of success.
We are committed to making this first transition away from home easy and natural for you and your child as he/she takes his/her first steps toward a bright future.
Your Infant’s Day in Our Care
The experiences infants have during the early months of life are crucial to healthy brain development. Lots of personal attention and interaction between our childhood education teachers and your infant will promote basic intellectual and social skills. Singing, reading, and talking are just some of the behaviors that support development during this critical stage. Early morning drop-off is a time for child-directed activities such as building with soft blocks or playing with puzzles. Play time is scheduled every day to help children learn and grow physically. Infants in our care will nap and rest as needed. We help infants make smooth transitions between activities by letting them know a change is coming, for example, the caregiver provides a song, finger play, or story to assist the change.
Because each infant is on a different schedule, our passionate early childhood teachers create an individual infant activity plan for every child. Infants are presented with educational activities that boost the brain, encourage first words, build strong bodies and help make new friends.
At Noah's Ark Childcare, your infant will have a full day of learning, playing, and socializing to help him/her grow in every way possible.
Sample Early Education Curriculum
Your infant will learn age-appropriate social, emotional, physical, and intellectual skills in our care.
Engaging with others by expressing needs through babbling, gestures, and facial expressions
Imitating teachers’ speech rhythms and inflections
Interacting with picture books, puppets, and photo cards
Listening to stories, songs, rhymes, and finger plays
Engaging in sensitive, responsive interactions with highly attentive teachers
Exploring self expression through creative arts and play
Lifting head, rolling from side to side, and crawling
Practicing standing and walking with direct support from attentive childhood education teachers
Coordinating body movements through music and dance
Exploring the environment through the five senses
Engaging with objects of different shapes, sizes, and textures
Experimenting with concepts of spatial orientation and cause and effect