Infant Childcare & Early Education

In our infant program, your baby will explore and learn in a nurturing, loving environment that provides the warmth and security your little one is used to receiving at home.

Our loving caregivers are focused on the individual needs of your baby. We work with you to mirror your existing feeding, playing and sleeping schedules. We’ve also designed our infant nursery to respond to your baby’s energy and curiosity, encouraging and supporting motor skills, language, cognitive skills, and social and emotional development.

While your baby is playing, your little one is also learning. Our infant curriculum is framed by Creative Curriculum, a nationally-recognized, state-approved program that helps support your baby develop critical skills. We enhance this curriculum with the latest research into brain-based development, only available at The Sunshine House.

Parent Reviews

“To be frank, when we needed to put our first-born in daycare at 10 months old, we were extremely nervous. However, it didn’t take long at all to realize these ladies care for these kids like their own. We now have two attending this daycare, and I can honestly say EVERY teacher has surpassed our expectations. We would never consider anywhere else!”
-Ben Lastra

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Inside Your Baby’s Day

  • Your baby’s teacher holds, rocks, sings to, smiles at, and explores the world with your infant
  • Tummy time for muscle development
  • Individual and small group experiences, so your baby can explore and learn from others
  • Time outside to connect with nature

Infant Program’s Developmental Goals

  • Increase awareness of environment
  • Provide feeling of security
  • Stimulate language development
  • Encourage intellectual development
  • Promote physical growth and sound nutrition
  • Develop positive self-esteem

Infant Program’s Developmental Milestones

  • Lift head
  • See objects and follow motions
  • Show emotions
  • Roll over, sit up, stand with assistance, walk with support
  • Emerging language development
  • Begin to eat baby food
  • Teeth emerge
  • Interact with familiar adults