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Littleton, CO 80120

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Infant Childcare

At Small World Learning Center, we understand the learning process begins at birth for both child and parent. It can be an emotional time for parents when they have to trust their infants to the care of someone they don’t know. That is why each of our teachers have the passion and compassion for helping your child make the most of their time with us. Each newborn has an individual schedule that fits their needs and the desires of the parents, with the goal of making sure the transition from home to Small World Learning Center is smooth. The teachers concentrate on getting the babies to trust them and feel comfortable around them so the parents feel better about leaving their child. We ensure your infant has safe stimulation and a fun environment in which to stay when you have to be away. See for yourself, call and schedule a tour today.

Benefits of enrolling your infant at Small World:

  • Proper stimulation
  • Safe Exploration
  • Healthy Sense of Curiosity
  • Baby sign Language
  • Indoor and outdoor physical activities
  • tummy time with friends
  • Infants

    Infants

    We believe infants are very special and should be treated with much love and affection. We strive to maintain a high quality program for such a delicate age group of children...

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    Young Toddlers

    Toddler

    We realize that infants may not be able to transition directly into a structured toddler classroom. Therefore, we offer a young toddler room to assist in the transition and begin to establish a daily classroom schedule...

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    Toddlers

    Toddler

    By now your toddler is walking steadily and is ready to explore the world around them. This is an important year for your child in terms of expanding their language and developing, a sense of self worth, and independence...

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    Preschoolers

    Preschool

    The preschool classroom is where exploration becomes more formalized. The children are learning basic skills they will need for Kindergarten: familiarity of routines, social skills in a group setting, math concepts, language arts, cognitive skills...

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