child care services
(3 weeks to 12 months)
Sensory play is any activity that allows babies to safely explore using any combination of their senses in creative and spontaneous ways. By providing a variety of baby-friendly, open-ended, every-day materials, infants and young toddlers have the opportunity to discover how their senses work through imagination-based play and experimentation. Sensory experiences can be great, messy fun and the possibilities are endless! Recent research even suggests that sensory play actually plays an important role in the development of babies’ brains and bodies.
By providing open-ended sensory activities and a variety of materials to explore, infants and young toddlers not only get to try out new experiences, but they also discover themselves in the process by figuring out new and interesting ways to use their bodies. For example, if a baby is presented with a small bin filled with flour, she might start out by tentatively putting her hand in it to see how it feels. It will not take long for her to try out other ways to explore the flour….she might poke it, pat it, sprinkle it, taste it, rub it on her arms, or stomp in it! The possibilities are never-ending and when she is given the time and space to discover this on her own she feels safe to expand her own creativity. What’s more, when babies try out new and different ways to interact with materials, they build self-confidence and independence by making decisions and they develop a positive self-image by discovering the many amazing ways they can use their minds and bodies!
(1 – 2 Years)
Researchers are confirming that children do their most important learning before the age of five. The quality and extent of the stimulus children receive in their first three years greatly affect how their minds develop: how they learn, behave, think, and cope emotionally. This means that the first three years of a child’s development is far more critical than any1 ever imagined. One World’s curriculum ensures that each day is filled with interesting things to see and do. The teachers will develop a program that provides a stimulating environment for reading, writing, talking, exercising, laughing and playing.
(3 – 5 Years)
“1” World offers a diverse curriculum, which will allow your child to be exposed to a variety of learning activities, and programs that will allow your child to explore beyond the level of other preschools. We will provide an introduction to computer applications and foreign language basic alphabets and numbers. Our preschool curriculum includes a carefully structured schedule that mixes learning and play, quiet times and exciting celebrations, individual exploration and group activities – all carefully orchestrated to inspire children to learn, grow and expand their horizons.
We play together, learn together
and work together
Important Information Below:
Important Information Below:
Successful teamwork between parents and educators is important to us because it reflects on the child’s development.
That’s why we have a culture of teamwork at “1” World. There is constant interaction between parents and educators as we plan excursions, common activities, and parties.
Our current parent-teacher projects and Events:
- “Reading Hour”
The parents of children of all ages read a story to the classroom.
- “Field Trips”
- We plan several educational field trips throughout the year and we ask that parents join us. It is mandatory for parents whose child is 1 or 2 to attend. Field trips are an exciting time for a parent and child to enjoy a time of laughter and fun.
- Annual Picnic
- Kiddie Prom