Teachers in our infant classroom attend to the safety and security of all babies to ensure a healthy environment. Age-appropriate activities gently promote large and small muscle development, use of all five senses, and emotional development.
Toddler Classrooms One, Two and Three
Through positive guidance, teachers navigate toddlers through early social development, including showing empathy for others, exploring interactions with classmates and the world around them, and learning language.
Preschool Classrooms One and Two
Teachers guide students in cooperative play, age-appropriate vocabulary, listening to and following directions, and positive interactions with peers and adults. Activities encourage large and small muscle development such as pedaling a tricycle and holding a pencil correctly. Students prepare for kindergarten by learning numbers, letters, shapes, colors, and recognizing their own written name.
The director and head teacher is familiar with and makes appropriate use of community resources, including social services, whenever needed. In an effort to be meaningfully engaged in our wider community, we invite enthusiastic professionals to enrich our children’s experiences through supplementary classes and special guests.
An active, sports-based class for toddlers and preschoolers that meets once per week.
A fun, early introduction to piano playing for preschoolers.
Farmington Public Library
Librarians visit regularly with books and stories.
Parents and UConn Health Employees
Parents and community employees are invited to share their talents and occupations with our children.
Our top-notch staff leaders are also on the front lines of advocacy for Connecticut’s children, following proposed legislation relating to early childhood education, and attending legislative hearings whenever possible.