At Little Ones we understand that it is during the first months of life that babies are developing the senses and waking up for a world full of possibilities.
In this phase the baby wants to connect with people and the environment around himself. A clean and safe space, with friendly staff with a calm voice and a sensitive touch are all that your little one needs to grow and develop himself.
We understand and respect the individuality and particularity of each baby and family. We value every step and achievement and we are ready to help during this development, using the most appropriate incentive for each age as they progress through early childhood.
To sit down, to stand up, to roll, to crawl, standing and walking
Fine motor development
To grab, to catch, to drop and to change hands
Discovering a new world every day
More than all our commitment to welcome and develop our babies, our greatest interest is the relationship "parents and staff", we value the communication, so we inform the parents daily about your baby's achievements through our app. We will share unique moments and we want you to be part of it.
Congratulation parents! Your baby completed the first year of life and the adventure is just beginning!
Now your baby recognizes everything that is around him, he is able to identify people, voices, the environments and the sounds. He learned a lot until here but he still wants more! It is time to make newdiscoveries using his own feet. His curiosity awakes for a new world. He wants to touch, feel and experience. He wants to build his own personality with autonomy and independence.
At Little Ones we understand and respect this moment, we encourage the child to develop himself with a lot of patience and at his own time and it isfor this reason that our center is completely equipped with safe material and accessible to the size of our little ones. Children are supervised at all times but at the same time free to explore an incredible world that is waiting for them there.
The language development is fundamental for the success of learning during our life.
Developing these senses through dialogue, music, musical instruments and sounds.
We organize a story time daily and we work with pictures card games.
Coarse motor development: to walk, to run, to balance, to play, to sit, to roll, to stand up.
Fine motor development: to grab, to catch, to drop, to change hands, to put, to pull, to fill and to empty, to open, to close and feed himself.
Arts: creating with chalk, washable pen, washable paint, creating with Play-Doh, drawing and gluing.
Blocks: blocks with different shapes and sizes to assemble, disassemble and create.
Dramatic games: books, bags, baskets, puzzles, dolls, telephones, car, plastic and cloths foods and many others items are available daily for the children to create.
Music and movement: music instruments, singing, dancing and recorded music (classic, multi-cultural, rhythm and lullabies)
Nature: the outdoor time is daily, having contact with flowers, plants, games with sand and water.
Five senses: we work in a very creative way to develop all of 5 senses of the children, using fromdifferent foods to textures of materials and fabrics.
Shape, size and color: exploring toys, pictures, foods, music instruments and familiar items, the children will discover these attributes.
The two-year-olds are looking for knowledge. They are learning to communicate with words and gestures. They want to touch, feel and explore everything that is around them and increasingly improve their ability to understand and recognize the world around them. We're here ready to encourage your curiosity more and more.
Beginning of the skills with the words: experience with letters, phonetics and sentence structure.
Creative skills - drawing and drawing
Continue developing the small muscle - use child scissors.
Reading introduction - how to open a book, where to start reading and progress from left to right.
We encourage learning activities using books - children will read frequently during the day in order to broaden their knowledge about our subjects. A variety of reading material (fantasy, multiculturalism, diverse ability, poetry) will be used. In addition, books will always be accessible for children to read, if they wish.
Science: Natural items, magnifying glasses, metric system, magnets, color viewers, thermometer.
Mathematics: pieces with different shapes, sizes and colors will be available to promote the discovery between them. Mathematics activities will begin to develop concepts such as counting, comparison of quantities and sizes, classification, grouping, volume, dimensions, and time.
Creative expression: theater, arts, music, movement and history.
Continue large muscle development: climbing, jumping, marching, riding toys with or without pedals, pulling toys, sliding, moving balls and swinging.
Social and personal skills: play cooperatively with others, listening and expressing ideas, informing their name and age. Demonstrating self-help skills, demonstrating confidence, controlling actions, and showing pride in their own work.
Preschoolers children are looking for knowledge, learn, ask, touch, outcropping more and more their instincts and improving more and more their capacity of understand and recognize the world around them and we from Little Ones are here ready to encourage more and more their curiosity.
We provide to the children the most enjoyable and productive preschool education:
We encourage learning activities using books – the children will read frequently during the day, in order to broaden their knowledge about our themes. A variety of reading material will be used (fantasy, multicultural, diversify ability, poetry). Besides that, the books will always be accessible for the children read if they wish.
Science: Natural Items, magnification glasses, metric system, magnets, color viewers, thermometer.
Math: pieces with different shapes, sizes and colors will be available to promote discovery between them. The math activities will start to develop concepts like counting, comparison of quantities and sizes, classification, grouping, volume, dimensions and time.
Creative expression: theater, arts, music, movement and story.
Continue development of large muscle: climbing, jumping, marching, riding toys with or without pedals, pulling toys, sliding, handling balls and swinging.
Social and personal skills: playing cooperatively with others, listening and expressing ideas, informing his or her name, age and address, demonstrating self-help skills, demonstrating confidence, controlling the actions and demonstrating proud of his own work.
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