Bartlett Child Care Center, Inc. - The difference between ok care and extraordinary care!
Program & Curriculum
 
 
Nursery Program
 
Infants (6 weeks-12 months)
In the infant department, infants are cared for in a warm, loving way. The health, safety and security of the infants are of prime concern. At this young age, bonding is very important so our caregivers are encouraged to form relationships with each child. Physical, social, emotional, and intellectual activities are provided to encourage the child's development.
 
 
Toddlers (12 months-24 months)
Toddlers learn by moving, playing and experimenting. Toddlers at BCCC will be exposed to bright manipulative materials, which will help develop motor skills. Carefully selected learning activities will expose your toddler to basic concepts as well as open a new world of sights, sounds and experiences. Your toddler will be introduced to nursery rhymes, holidays, seasons, creative expression and colors. Language development is constantly encouraged through conversation, songs, finger plays and books.
 
 
Young Twos (24 months-30 months)
Two year olds have boundless energy, are curious and are growing in independence. At BCCC we have a child-centered environment where children can explore, achieve success and develop independence. Through units on nursery rhymes, opposites, shapes, vocabulary, songs, poems, stories, community helpers, independent thinking, colors, self-expression, holidays, seasons and sensory discrimination, academic skills are developed and language is encouraged. Fine motor development is facilitated through art projects, puzzles and building toys. Balls, riding toys, climbing equipment and plenty of outdoor play encourage large motor development.
 
 
Early Childhood Program
 
Older Twos (30 months–3 years)
Older Twos have boundless energy, are curious and are growing in independence. We have a child-centered environment where children can explore, achieve success and develop independence. Learning expands through units on nursery rhymes, opposites, shapes, vocabulary, songs, poems, stories, community helpers, independent thinking, colors, self-expression, safety awareness, following directions, socialization, creative expression, holidays, seasons and sensory discrimination. Through these units academic skills are developed and language is encouraged. Fine motor development is facilitated through art projects, puzzles and building toys. Balls, riding toys, climbing equipment and plenty of outdoor play encourage large motor development. Our older twos program supports the child's growth by providing an interactive setting which encourages social development, such as, sharing and getting along with others.
 
 
Threes (3 year olds)
Our Three-year-old program focus on skills and concepts such as numbers, opposites, nursery rhymes, shapes and colors just to name a few. Three years olds are at an age of quiet maturing and even growth. Threes at BCCC are encouraged to be active and creative explorers learning through play. Physical, social, creative, emotional and intellectual stimulation are a part of everyday activities. Our goal is to help the children become independent, self-confident, inquisitive learners. Swings, slides, climbing equipment and outdoor play encourage large motor development.
 
 
Fours (4 year olds)
Our Four-year-old program allows the children to explore, experiment, and learn through a hands on approach. We focus on skills and concepts such as numbers, letter recognition, opposites, nursery rhymes, shapes and colors. A weekly curriculum using a theme approach is followed throughout the year. Fours at BCCC are encouraged to be active and creative explorers learning through play. Physical, social, creative, emotional and intellectual stimulation are a part of everyday activities. Our goal is to help the children become independent, self-confident, inquisitive learners. Swings, slides, climbing equipment and outdoor play encourage large motor development. Our teachers provide meaningful activities that challenge the children to develop new skills, become confident and curious learners.
 
 
Pre-kindergarten (4–5 year olds)
In the final year before elementary school begins the children are exposed to print, positional concepts, sequencing and problem solving among many other necessary skills and concepts. A weekly curriculum using a theme approach is followed throughout the year. We believe that the development of the whole-child extends to all areas of our Pre-K program. Pre-K children at BCCC are offered a wide variety of experiences and activities designed to give them opportunities for self-discovery, exploration and the freedom to create within a safe environment. We incorporate this learning process for the children through physical, social, creative, emotional and intellectual growth. This is accomplished by having each child experience small successes in these everyday activities. Our Pre-K teachers provide meaningful hands on approach which allows the children to explore, experiment, become confident and curious learners with the skills they need for kindergarten.
 
 
School Age Program
 
 
 
Before & After Care (kindergarten – 12 years)
If hanging out after school sounds fun to your school age child, BCCC is the place! After a long hard day of learning, kids spend the afternoon playing Nintendo, making cool art projects, challenging friends in table games, watching an approved video on the big screen, reading a book, listening to music and munching on great snacks. Other kids take advantage of the homework area and use their time to complete assignments. Whatever their choice, the daily goal is FUN!
 
 
Summer Camp
(1st grade - 12 years) 
Our summer camp is a total blast! We swim, we skate, we bowl, did we mention swimming?! Friendships are formed throughout the camp and kids beg to come back summer after summer! The kids spend some time learning about photography, which comes in handy for their scrapbook project. Summers at BCCC are way cool!
 
 
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