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Child Watch Information

Play allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, and physical, cognitive, and emotional strength through communication and social skills, an understanding of social rules, friendships, teamwork and more!

Child Watch is for children ages 6 weeks through 10 years

La Porte Branch Child Watch Hours

Monday – Thursday 4PM-7PM

Monday – Saturday 8AM-12PM

Michigan City Elston Branch Child Watch Hours

Monday & Wednesday 5:30PM-8PM

Tuesday & Thursday 4PM-8PM

Infants

6 Weeks - 16 Months
1:4 Class Ratio
  • Infants learn through active, hands-on play with activities that help them learn and master new skills. That’s why our classrooms are staffed with people who understand the cognitive, physical, and social development of infants. Our infant’s daily schedules are based on the individual needs of the child. Infants spend their day playing with sensory objects and toys, enjoying stroller walks outside, finger painting, dancing, and more

Toddlers

1 - 2 Years
1:5 Class Ratio
  • Toddlers love to move, discover, and play! We provide guidance as they develop social skills, gain independence, and master milestones. Toddlers spend their day exploring materials in the soft block area, art station, and outside for gross motor play. In addition, toddlers spend daily group time together enjoying painting, story time, themed lessons like letters, colors, seasons, shapes and more!

Toddlers

3 - 5 Years
1:10 Class Ratio
  • Children join their peers in an interactive group experience to engage the brain and talk about weekly themes, calendar, weather, letters, shapes, colors and numbers. Children are encouraged to socialize in a variety of different learning centers such as dramatic play, art, sand and water, library, science and games. Children enjoy outside playtime with their friends as well.

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