monica everly baylee climber
monica everly baylee climber

jayce on climber
jayce on climber

infants
infants

monica everly baylee climber
monica everly baylee climber

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beth w riylnn
beth w riylnn

jameson in tunnel
jameson in tunnel

infant bennett eating
infant bennett eating

beth w riylnn
beth w riylnn

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INFANT 1: 6 Weeks to 12 Months

Our infant 1 ratios at CYI Child Development Center consist of four (4) infants to one (1) teacher.  The maximum group size for this room is eight (8).  Ages for this room run from six (6) weeks to approximately twelve (12) months.

 

Our infant teachers are specially trained to deal with separation anxiety and colic, as well as nurturing positive brain development through consistent loving care, being gentle physically, and mirroring behaviors we want to see in children.  The center provides iron fortified infant formula, baby foods and baby cereals.  (We meet all Wisconsin State requirements per DCF 251 regulations) 

 

The infant 2 ratios consist of four (4) infants to one (1) teacher.  The maximum group size for this room is eight (8).  Ages for this room run from an average of twelve (12) months to approximately twenty (20) to twenty four (24) months, depending on the child’s development. 

 

Our teachers are specially trained to help children develop strong gross motor skills as well as fine motor skills.  They learn daily routines including meal times, outside play, reading and group times, and nap times.  All are planned to meet the needs of each individual child.  We provide breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks.  (We meet all Wisconsin State requirements per DCF 251 regulations) 

 

INFANT 2: 12 Months to 20 Months

The infant 2 ratios consist of four (4) infants to one (1) teacher.  The maximum group size for this room is eight (8).  Ages for this room run from an average of twelve (12) months to approximately twenty (20) to twenty four (24) months, depending on the child’s development. 

 

Our teachers are specially trained to help children develop strong gross motor skills as well as fine motor skills.  They learn daily routines including meal times, outside play, reading and group times, and nap times.  All are planned to meet the needs of each individual child.  We provide breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks.  (We meet all Wisconsin State requirements per DCF 251 regulations) 

 

jackson outside
jackson outside

jameson in tunnel
jameson in tunnel

jamison jackson
jamison jackson

jackson outside
jackson outside

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