Infant Program

Infant Program Specifications:

For baby care as young as four weeks old
Tuition includes meals/formula (if desired).


Our Infant Program Features:

Nurturing, personal care that builds your infant’s self-esteem
Small class sizes with one-on-one attention
Regular teacher-child interactions that spark curiosity and socialization
Playtime and experiences that help boost cognitive and motor skills
Age-appropriate materials and equipment that support learning and development
Regular teacher-family communication, including daily updates to keep you informed
A safe daycare environment where your infant has the freedom to move and explore
Safe sleep guidelines and practices
Sign language and speech development


At AristoCat Children’s Academy, we believe that children need to feel safe and secure before they can begin to learn. This is why safety and security are among our top priorities for your child.

Our Infant Program offers great nurturing and care for your baby-and is individualized to every need. All infants are fed, changed, and nap on their own individual schedule all while teachers track daily feedings, diaper changes, and naps on our daily reports. Each teacher cares for a small group of children to provide a safe, secure, loving environment.

At AristoCat Children’s Academy, we know that highly responsive care early in life is critical to your child’s long-term social and academic development. So, in our safe learning environment your baby will not only be loved and cared for, but our highly trained teachers will stimulate your little one’s cognitive, emotional, and physical development.

Throughout the day our infants are introduced to a variety of experiences. We offer sensory experiences, literature, music, dramatic play, art and outside opportunities as part of our daily program. Our teachers plan weekly experiences based on a monthly theme, children’s interest, and assessments conducted in the classroom.

Sign language is an important part of our infant curriculum. We teach our infants sign language because we feel it is important to communicate with them. Sign language also reduces the amount of frustration a child might feel during this period of time while they are increasing their language skills.

We teach different signs throughout the day while we are using the corresponding words. Teachers share these signs with parents so they can be a part of this learning process with their child.