Curriculum

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Infant

Activities, toys, and play focuses on developing the child's emotional, physical and social skills in a clean, comfortable, and safe space. Infant activities include crawling and motor skills games, tummy time, exploration with learning materials and toys, reading time, song and dance activities.

Toddlers

Activities, toys and play focuses on developing basic social and communication skills while continuing to build upon their emotional and physical skills. Toddler activities include eating with utensils, practicing sharing, taking turns with toys, engaging in role-playing, exploring creativity with learning materials and toys, as well as arts and crafts, reading time, and song and dance activities.

Please note that:
-All activities are play-based
-As children grow, activities are adapted to each child's development level and skill

A typical day at Jelly Bean includes morning snack time, free-play, arts and crafts or song/dance time, outside play, reading time, lunchtime, afternoon naptime or quiet-time, and afternoon snack time. Meal and nap time are set times within the day, while other activities are conducted around the varying group dynamic of each day.

Testimonials

From Parents

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Like all parents, my wife and I were apprehensive about placing our little one in daycare, but when my wife returned to university to complete her studies, this was our only option. Jelly Bean Group Family Day Care and their caring, thoughtful, and experienced staff have provided the answer to all our worries and concerns. Throughout this year we have watched our son grow from the loving, compassionate attention he receives at Jelly Bean Group Family Day Care.

And what’s more, the values that we try to foster at home - honesty, kindness, gratitude - are all reinforced at Jelly Bean Group Family Day Care. They are so gentle with the kids and the staff is so caring and attentive, which is reflected in the happy smiling faces I see every day when I pick my son up.

- D.S.
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