At Tree of Life Christian Academy infants are cared for in a safe, secure and nurturing environment with all the latest baby care equipment. With a daily schedule of events from indoor to outdoor activities we assure you that your infant's teacher will encourage your child to develop their hand-eye coordination, as well as fine and gross motor skills. This is all accomplished through play-time by grasping objects, sitting, crawling and eventually walking. Our goal is to provide your infant "a home away from home." Each infant is assigned their very own crib by which you, the parent, get to decorate for your child along with a designated area for pictures of family members, siblings, pets, etc., as visual stimulation will always play a role. At eight weeks the brain of your baby is still making new connections. Stimulation of vision, hearing and tactile is crucial during this period. Our written daily reports keep parents informed of their eating, diaper changing, and sleeping routines as well as any new developments. Our preschool offers infants in the Weston and Davie area a place to learn, develop and grow.
At Tree of Life Christian Academy in Weston and Davie, we understand how challenging it may be to start your infant in preschool. That's why we make it a priority to make each child feel comfortable and loved. All of our teachers are certified in infant care, CPR and first-aid to ensure your child's safety. Early education and learning is crucial at this age, so we nurture their development through reading, singing, and other activities. Our infant room offers a variety of toys that encourage your little one to grab, touch and feel different textures. Voted best preschool in Weston 5 years in a row, Tree of Life Academy is the preschool for infants in Davie and Weston to learn and grow.
Babies begin to understand sounds and words as teachers constantly speak, read and sing to them. Infant sign language is introduced.
Teachers help infants understand spatial relationships by experimenting with actions and reactions.
Teachers nurture and encourage infants’ developing sense of self.
Teachers plan activities and offer toys that will help infants develop their coordination, mobility and fine motor skills.
Infants learn to create and respond to sounds and are exposed to an array of colors, shapes and textures.
School Year Calendar
Toddlers (2-3 yrs)