Infant Program – 8 Months to 18 Months

Teacher/child ratio is 3:10

Our Curriculum:

 

At Cozy Time centre in Toronto we incorporate a wide variety of teaching methods and materials in the Infant Room. The class ratio is 1:3 and the teacher must hold a recognized Early Childhood Education Diploma. The infant program is based solely on the child’s needs and is developed in conjunction with the parents, on a one-to-one basis. The infant program is the child’s first experience out of the home, therefore is meant to be an extension of their household environment. Through arts and crafts, sensory, songs and story time, gross and fine motor activities, our infants will further their development in a warm, stimulating environment.

 

The daily program plans of activities are varied and flexible. It includes the following:

  • Activities appropriate for the development levels of the children
  • Group and individual activities
  • Activities designed to promote gross and fine motor skills, language as well as cognitive, social and emotional development
  • Active and quiet play
  • Consideration for the varied ages within the group and the needs of the individual child
  • Opportunities for creative exploration

The goals of the Infant program are as follows:

  • Assist in the normal development
  • Forming routines
  • Foster the development of basic trust
  • Communication

Our Infant Staff:

 

All of our Infant teachers have specific experience working with this age group in child care settings. It is extremely important for Cozy Time to hire staff that are excited to work with this age group and are knowledgeable of the unique developmental milestones of the children they are working with.

 

Communication Between Parents and Teachers:

 

Aside from talking face to face, Cozy Time will be using the app HiMama. HiMama provides a quick and easy way for teachers to record and share children’s activities, amount of servings the children ate per meal and how long the children have napped with their parents. Teachers will also capture special moments and send pictures to parents on a daily basis.

 

Meals:

 

At Cozy Time, we offer breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. We ask parents to bring in any purred food if their baby is not yet on table foods. Food from the kitchen will be offered once your child is ready to eat solid food. Teachers will prepare the food according to each child’s developmental level of readiness for picking up, chewing, and swallowing. Parents are to ensure that they bring enough sippy cups/bottles to cover their child’s day.  Bottles and sippy cups will be kept a the daycare and will be washed and sanitized daily. Homo milk and 2% milk will be provided by the daycare. Parents are required to provide breastmilk and formula if needed.

 

Sleeping:

 

Naps are based on individual infant needs.  Whether that’s two naps or one nap, your child will get their required sleep based on their developmental needs.  Each child will be assigned to their own crib.  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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