Watch your baby thrive in our loving and nurturing infant care program!
At Kid’s Kampus Preschool, we know your baby deserves a loving and nurturing infant program with all the warm comforts of home!
Throughout the day our experienced and nurturing infant care specialists hold, cuddle, sing, and talk to your baby. Our infant care program provides gentle care for babies ages 6 weeks to 18 months.
Bring your baby to Christian child care and be confident they are being rocked in the best of hands!
Infant Care Curriculum
The teachers at our faith-based daycare are early childhood professionals trained to nurture and encourage a positive sense of self. Your infant’s care includes talking, humming, singing, and American Sign Language (ASL).
American Sign Language is one of the most effective tools for babies to learn how to communicate without having any verbal skills. This enables caregivers (and parents) to better understand their baby’s needs. It also helps build brain connections throughout the day.
Your infant’s education focuses on:
- Gross Motor Skills
- Fine Motor Skills
- Social and Emotional Development
- Sensory Exploration
Sensory Activities At Our Early Childhood Education Center
A baby’s senses are heightened right after birth and the first few months. This is the best time to introduce soft things to touch, pleasing sounds, bright colors, and sweet smells. Sensory activities foster healthy development of their five senses.
Tummy time is one example of a sensory activity which helps develop muscle coordination. Babies need muscle coordination to help them learn to maintain their balance. This sharpens a baby’s body awareness and their ability to crawl, toddle, and walk.
Naps Are Important!
Babies need sleep. A lot of sleep! Naps help to re-energize and give their bodies a chance to grow. Naps also help to provide a safe learning space for your child to grow, move, and discover. Safe Sleep Guidelines are a part of our infant care environment. These guidelines meet those of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Read What Parents Are Saying
“My daughter started there at age 3 when her private sitter passed away suddenly. The teachers and director were phenomenal in working with her to help her adjust to her new setting. She bonded with the director and her teacher. Fast forward almost six years and she’s now in the after-school program. Her favorite teacher is now the director and they still have a wonderful bond. She has made many friends over the years and still loves being there. I would recommend Kid’s Kampus – Summercrest to anyone.”
— Laurie M., Parent
“I have been bringing my kids to the staff at this facility for over 4 years. From the moment I dropped off my 6 week old baby with them. One of the girls sat with me as I cried. Many parents were busy dropping off their kids for the morning rush, some understood and took pity and attempted to comfort me as well. Ah the memories… some good, some bad. We have gone through it all with my now, 3 and 4 year old angels it seems. I was hurt when I was informed it was my girl that hurt another little boy when she started to bite; or when the thumb-sucking began; but it is indeed a phase and the staff and I talk about issues that part of that age group. It does not help that my one girl is a true authority challenger that makes life eventful at home and there at school.I have always felt a bond with the staff. Some teachers have not stayed for “long”, which stings, but it also stings when my kids move up and leave a teacher we become attached to. I want to develop emotional ties with the ladies that are there for my child when I can’t be there, and that is what these ladies are doing there. The first year we were there, for Mother’s day I brought them an ice cream cake that said, “Happy Mother’s Day to all my kid’s other Mothers” and that is what they are… if only they came to my home and did windows with me sometimes? I am so pleased we have my girls at Kids Kampus. I like the improvements that have been made recently and the new curriculum that has rolled out. Safety is big and I hear even better things are coming. I want to be involved and get reports on how they did that day and the ladies are happy to give the good and bad.
— Rita Leddy, Parent