Infant Program – 8 Months to 18 Months

Teacher/child ratio is 3:10

In the Infant room, each child´s schedule and needs are respected, with individual attention paid to feeding, diapering, and napping.  In order to familiarize ourselves better with your little one, parents will be asked to fill out an Orientation Sheet detailing information about their child’s daily schedule, eating and sleeping habits, to help both parents and infants transition into the daily routine offered by the daycare.


Our Curriculum:


At Cozy Time centre in Toronto we incorporate a wide variety of teaching methods and materials in the Infant Room; infants learn directly through their senses operating within their environment. We create our weekly curriculum and themes with this in mind. The core of our curriculum focuses on sensory input experiences. We regularly go outside, listen to variety of music, experiment with arts and crafts, sing silly songs, and read lots of books.




Parents will be required to bring the following items, which may be left with their child’s teacher or in their cubby:


  • Spare clothes
  • Blanket
  • Pacifier (if using)
  • Diapers
  • Diaper Cream (if using)
  • Wipes
  • Bottles
  • Formula (if using)
  • Breastmilk (if using)
  • Jar food or homemade pureed food (if using)

All parent’s are required to label their child’s belongings with their child’s name.


Communication and Daily Charts:


Aside from talking face to face, Cozy Time uses a Daily Chart to keep track of each child’s sleep times, the number of servings the child ate at each meal, and information regarding their child soiled diapers. Each child will be assigned a number that they will keep until they transition to the Toddler room. As parents pick up their child at the end of the day, they are to review their child’s number on the daily chart to receive more information regarding their child day. Teachers will also let parents know if we are running out of wipes, diapers or diaper cream.




We offer breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. Parents are required to provide jar food or any homemade pureed food from home. Once a child is ready to make the transition from baby food to table food, the Centre will provide the food.  Parents are to ensure that they bring enough bottles to cover their child’s day.  Bottles will be sent home daily for cleaning. Homo milk and 2% milk will be provided by the daycare. Parents are required to provide breastmilk and formula.




Naps are based on individual infant needs.  However, there is one scheduled afternoon nap provided with opportunities for further napping based on individual needs throughout the day.

Each infant is assigned a crib, which is labeled with their name.  Crib sheets are provided and is laundered once per week.






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Cozy Time Montessori Academy’s philosophy incorporates our program mission statement through the implementation of the educational philosophy and academic approach of Dr. Maria Montessori. Each child is recognized as an individual, with varying abilities, needs and interests.


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