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Twinkies Program (6 weeks—12 months)

We want your little twinkies to feel loved, safe, and happy. Therefore, we feed them on-time, make sure they are well-burped, and change their diapers every two hours and in between, if there is a need. We give lots of love with hugs and nurture. Infants are held enough so that they feel special, while still having enough time to roam independently. They are provided many brightly-colored toys that provide a lot of stimulating fun.

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Emerging Stars Program (12 months—2 years old)

This program encourages your curious toddlers to actively explore and learn. We help to develop trust by meeting all of their physical and emotional needs with hugs, timely diaper changes, and regular meal times. We provide fun and age-appropriate activities that encourage the following areas of development:

  • Motor Skills:
  • We encourage skills such as crawilng, walking, rolling, and throwing balls.

  • Language Development:
  • In circle time, we sing, read stories, and listen to music. We also encourage children to use words to express their needs.

  • Cognitive Skills:
  • This includes beginning letter and number recognition. We also learn concepts like up and down, and side-to-side. Younger toddlers learn about their body parts during circle time. They also learn things about the world around them, such as animal sounds and the names of fruits.

Other enrichment activities include:

  • Exposure to Spanish
  • Music and movement

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Starlets Early Preschool Program (2 years old—3 years old)

By the time children are two years old, they have an increasing need be independent, and they have boundless energy and curiosity for the world around them.  Our Starlet Early Preschool™ Program focuses on your two-year-old's primary areas of development. We create a fun and challenging environment that encourages your child's need for independence, while preparing them academically to enter preschool.

Our curriculum is based on the Reggio Emilia approach, which holds that children should have some control over their learning. We believe that many children are capable and intelligent, so we provide the tools for them to be actively engaged in the learning experience. We also borrow from Howard Gardner, who researched multiple intelligences. Our program encourages each child's unique abilities.

The curriculum is designed to meet the following goals:

  • Communication Skills:
  • We help children articulate their needs and emotions, and learn to sing songs.

  • Self-Help Skills:
  • Children learn to accomplish basic tasks, such as putting on jackets, tying shoe laces, eating independently, and washing hands.

  • Intellectual/Cognitive Skills:
    We teach children about shapes, colors, numbers, directions, puzzles, building blocks, problem-solving, and introductory reading skills. They also learn things about the world around them, like bugs, leaves, seasons, and weather.
  • Social Skills:
    Children learn people skills, like sharing during playtime, role-playing, and eating together.

  • Physical Skills:
    Fine motor skills are encouraged through finger painting, cutting with scissors, playing with blocks, and coloring with crayons. Our outdoor playtime is an extension of the classroom. During this time, gross motor skills are encouraged through tossing, catching, leaping, and jumping.

  • Character Education:
    We believe it is important to help children develop positive character traits and values. In all of our activities and in group learning times, we encourage sharing, honesty, consideration for others, and responsibility.

  • Other Enrichment Programs:
    • Spanish
    • Music
    • Coming soon: Swimming, introduction to computers, puppet shows, field trips to museums and libraries.

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6:30 AM – 6:00 PM

Cuddles, hugs, eating, pooping, sleeping, love, tummy time, infant yoga, and songs.




6:30 AM - 8:00 AM

Arrival/Free play/breakfast served at 7:30 AM

8:00 - 8:20

Story time and transition*

8:20 - 9:00

Learning center exploration

9:00 - 9:30

Circle time

9:30 - 10:00

Snack time and transition

9:30 - 11:00

Various learning activities, including science, math, letters, Spanish, etc. Sometimes, this time slot is used for enrichment activities.

11:00 - 11:30

Outdoor play time (weather permitting)

11:30 - 11:45


11:45 - 12:30 PM


12:30 - 12:45


12:45 - 2:45


2:45 - 3:30

Activity stations or enrichment activity (enrichment activity would overlap into music and possibly art time as well)

3:30 - 3:45

Transition and afternoon snack

3:45 - 4:15


4:15 - 4:45


4:45 - 5:15

Active play (indoor or outdoor)

5:15 - 6:00

Free play and activity stations

6:00 PM


* Transition includes clean-up, diaper checks, and bathroom breaks.

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Parent's Night Out Service

Are you longing for some alone time or a night out with your spouse? There's no need for a babysitter! Little Ivy League Learning Center provides Parent's Night Out on the first and third Saturday night of every month, from 7:00 PM to 11:30 PM. Parents can feel comfortable knowing their children are safe, fed, and having lots of fun. Babies and toddlers will be fed and put to bed as the parents dictate. Older children will have fun with movies, pizza, and games!

The rates are based on age:

  • 6 weeks to 1 year, $40
  • 1 year to 2 years, $35
  • 2 years to 10 years, $30

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