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Our Programs

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4 Weeks - 11 Months

1 Year Old


2 - 4 Year Old

At Cree's Corner, all of our program curriculums include, but are not limited, the following:

Diverse Languages

Children are introduced to different languages such as Baby Sign Language®, Basic American Sign Language, and Spanish as soon as they enter our care. Teachers use repetition to  teach each child the hand motions for words such as milk, eat, hurt, bath, mother, father, and many more. 


Fine Motor Skills/Art

Children are given plenty of opportunities to play with different textures: water, play dough, fingerprint, shaving cream, and more.  They are exposed to art materials such as paint and paintbrushes, crayons and paper, chalk, and clay.  Students are introduced to simple and varying levels of shaped puzzles (some with knobs on the pieces) and materials are rotated to provide variety. 


Active Physical Play

Children participate in crawling through tunnels, balancing, climbing, playing ball, and more.  Carts and wagons are provided, riding toys for children to push, pull and ride.  Outdoor time and play will be given on a daily basis as the weather permits. 


Music and Movement

Musical toys, instruments, and genres of music are introduced to children from the very beginning.  Children are exposed to various types of music: classical and popular, music characteristic of different cultures, and songs sung in different languages.  Students learn to dance, clap to rhythm of songs, or even sing along.



Wooden and board blocks, including transportation toys, people, signs, and animals, are important materials to promote a child’s imagination and develop spatial and mathematical relationships.


Dramatic Play

Child-sized play furniture and props represent what children experience in everyday life (household routines, work, transportation).  Teachers pretend with children in play (talk to child on toy telephone, talk to baby doll). Pretend play with real and/or pretend objects such as pots and pans, typewriters, or phones.  Students are exposed to dolls representing different races/cultures. 


Sand and Water Play

Children can explore a variety of activities with sand or water.  Each day can be a different focus: water used for washing dolls, observing floating toys, develop hand eye coordination for pouring, or simply having fun playing with moon sand and water!



Children are exposed to experiences with living plants or animals indoors/outdoors.  Daily exploration of the world around us, such growing plants or flowers in the classroom, studying animals, examining the texture of a tree bark, and sorting various types of sea shells.

The Ultimate Child Care Experience!

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Contact us today to schedule a tour!


(239) 302-5198


Brittney LaCree McWilliams

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