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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When our daughter turned 1 year old, we decided to move her into a daycare that was closer to my new job. I researched the area's daycares thoroughly and did many visits. I wanted to find a daycare facility that was loving and would be a stimulating environment for my daughter.

What struck me most about Jelly Bean Group Family Day Care was that the stuff had abundant hugs, kisses and patience with the children. My daughter clearly loves going to daycare every morning and to me that is a key indicator that this was the right choice. I recommend Jelly Bean Group Family Day Care to any parent that is searching for a place that will give them peace of mind knowing that their child is well cared for and stimulated to learn and grow. This is a safe environment that recognizes the needs of the different developmental stages of children.

- M.F.
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