Every child develops differently and at their own pace. We believe it is our responsibility to offer different programming to appeal to every child’s interests, attitude, and abilities. Our programs include materials that will meet the needs of every child at whatever level of development they are at.
Educating children and meeting the needs of parents is at the core of what we do. We’re committed to partnering with parents to accomplish this.
These are the most important developing years in a person’s life. Our environment is one in which children can feel secure and confident as they grow.
The mission of Tiny Treasures Day Care Center is to provide quality early childhood care for the residents of the Kenmore, Tonawanda, and North Buffalo areas.
We offer both full and part time programs. Our programs are designed to meet the special needs of infants, toddlers, and preschool children in a safe, nurturing, and family-type environment.
We strive to respect children, families, and each other in an effort to demonstrate acceptance of all people while teaching children to value themselves and each other.
Our infant program is designed for children ages 6 weeks to 18 months. The program is divided into two connected rooms, with one side primarily for the younger infants who are not yet mobile and require swings, walkers, playing on a blanket, or sleeping.
The opposite side is called the Toddler I room. It is an open, carpeted space where the older infants can play, crawl, walk, and socialize.
We have found that the best way to ease the transition from home to day care is to keep the children on their own individual schedule. From the time they eat to the time they nap, it is the parents’ decision as to what their child does during the day.
The Toddler II room is for children ages 18 to 21 months. This is a transition between the infant and older toddler program.
In this room, the children begin to follow a set schedule, though it is loose and flexible due to the nature of toddlers. Children in this age group are beginning to assert their independence, and we encourage this by letting them choose which toys they want to play with; letting them use forks, spoons, and cups at lunch; and having them help to pick up toys. The children have story time every day and have access to child safe books all day.
The Toddler III program is the last of the toddler rooms and is for the age range of 2 to 3 years.
The goals for the children in this room are for them to learn to get along with each other, take turns, express themselves, and develop self-help skills.
Here, they also learn basic skills like recognizing colors and shapes. Potty training is started with each individual child when they show signs of being ready.
Preschoolers enjoy child-centered activities in a stimulating environment for social, physical, and educational growth.
Preschoolers will benefit from programming aimed at developing each child’s different skills and abilities, including language skills, visual and motor development socialization, and kindergarten readiness skills. They will also go on field trips and enjoy outdoor activities on new playground equipment.
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