The Moment You Arrive Home With Your Newborn, Everything Changes. We Get It.

We’ll protect, nurture and love your baby as we do ours.

The Moment You Arrive Home With Your Newborn, Everything Changes. We Get It. We'll Protect, Nurture, and Love Your Baby As We Do Ours.

INFANT CHILD CARE | 6 WEEKS TO 18 MONTHS | Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m

MONTESSORI INFANT CHILD CARE PROGRAM

The infant daycare program serves children from six weeks to 18 months. The program is designed to duplicate the loving care and gentle stimulation that an infant needs to grow and develop to his or her full potential. Flexible scheduling allows each child to eat, sleep, or play according to their own natural timetable.

HOME-LIKE FEEL

Our nursery environment is beautifully enhanced with a home-like feel in soft, muted colors with lots of natural sunlight. The room is equipped to provide freedom of movement and gentle stimulation.

All equipment and Montessori materials are of various textures to enhance the daycare learning experience. The children work on their various stages of development throughout the day within the carefully prepared environment. When the weather is appropriate, they are taken outside for fresh air and to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.

HOME-LIKE FEEL

Our nursery environment is beautifully enhanced with a home-like feel in soft, muted colors with lots of natural sunlight. The room is equipped to provide freedom of movement and gentle stimulation.

All equipment and Montessori materials are of various textures to enhance the daycare learning experience. The children work on their various stages of development throughout the day within the carefully prepared environment. When the weather is appropriate, they are taken outside for fresh air and to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.

ONE-ON-ONE ATTENTION

The Montessori caregiver interacts with each individual child to ensure that a strong emotional bond is formed and that the environment is optimally set-up for development in all areas.
 
Each child’s “primary care giver” monitors the child’s schedule, accomplishments, tendencies and/or concerns which are communicated to the parents on a daily basis through our parent engagement app. We firmly believe in the need for open and thorough communication between the daycare, caregiver, and the home. Our infant programs have a maximum of 16 infants and a ratio of 1:4. We try to keep a 1:3 ratio as often as we can; this is lower than the mandated 1:4 DHHS ratio in Nebraska.

ONE-ON-ONE ATTENTION

The Montessori caregiver interacts with each individual child to ensure that a strong emotional bond is formed and that the environment is optimally set-up for development in all areas.
 
Each child’s “primary care giver” monitors the child’s schedule, accomplishments, tendencies and/or concerns which are communicated to the parents on a daily basis through our parent engagement app. We firmly believe in the need for open and thorough communication between the daycare, caregiver, and the home. Our infant programs have a maximum of 16 infants and a ratio of 1:4. We try to keep a 1:3 ratio as often as we can; this is lower than the mandated 1:4 DHHS ratio in Nebraska.

5 LOCATIONS TO CHOOSE FROM

We currently have five locations to best serve you.

WHAT PARENTS ARE ASKING

We do extensive Criminal Reference checks and Background checks on all of our team members.
Montessori Educational Centers educates and cares for children ages 6 weeks – 6 years old.

Our program is 5 days per week, Monday – Friday. Recognizing the community’s need for extended hours, we are open from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Our Preschool program runs as follows:

Infant: 6 weeks-18 months

Toddler: 18 months-3 years

Primary: 3 years – Kindergarten (Child must be potty trained)

School Day: 8:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Full Time: 7:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

The independence of the children is very evident; you can expect to see students choosing their own work, preparing snacks by themselves, putting away their work without being asked, and assisting other students needing help. This sense of self discipline, citizenry and independence is fostered through a long and patient process. The Montessori philosophy is founded on the principle that every child can succeed.

This is a fair question, and it deserves careful consideration. The following article, Why Montessori for the Kindergarten Year, written by Tim Seldin with Dr. Elizabeth Coe offers an excellent answer.

WHAT PARENTS HAVE TO SAY

Both of my children have had the good fortune of being in Miss Jackie's classroom at Child's World, and our family has benefited immeasurably from the clear, consistent, caring guidance that Miss Jackie and her staff provide --- not only to the children, but to us parents as well! Without their Montessori-informed guidance, we would never have known how much our young children are capable of doing. I am deeply grateful to the staff at Child's World for sharing their love, respect, and knowledge with our family. Thank you!

Sarah Moulton

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Parent

As parents who both work full-time, the time with our twins is limited on weekdays. We truly believe that their involvement in Montessori, with the instruction of Lead Teacher Miss Lindsay (Toddler Classroom), has made our time together that much better. They are able to better communicate and enjoy their experiences – whether that is “finding work” at home, meals, and other activities. Miss Lindsay has created an environment in her classroom where our children feel safe and enjoy learning. We couldn’t ask for more.

Paula Renner

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Parent

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