Phone Number: 770-564-0470Hours of Operation: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM Monday-Friday

The first steps to development and growth.
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    This classroom is designed and set up for children 6 weeks to 12 months of age and is designed to build a strong foundation. Our infant room is spacious, colorful and designed to be stimulating. Pictures, books, and age-appropriate toys are used to promote hand-eye coordination brain development, and fine motor development. Based on the latest early brain development research, the curriculum in our class offers easy-to-use activities emphasizing all developmental domains (language, cognitive, physical, social and emotional, approaches toward learning) for both child and parent satisfaction.

  • Coming Spring 2020 – Watch Me Grow Transparency

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    “Watch Me Grow” Transparency

    We have security webcam systems installed in every classroom, playground area, and entrance. Utilizing our “Watch Me Grow” application, enables parents and guardians to take a virtual “peek” within the classroom at their convenience.

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    Highly-Competent & Compassionate Staff

    All the compassion, hugs, and one-on-one care and attention provided by our highly-competent and compassionate staff, makes our infant care program the safe nurturing environment your young one needs to thrive on to. The core values in our Infant Program are love and kindness, every day.

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    Exercise & Music

    All infants and toddlers are provided with daily exercise and music. All classes are conducted by infant and toddler specialists, making each lesson age-appropriate to maximize their benefit and enjoyment. Research states that babies can respond intuitively to music. This also enables them to concentrate and learn more quickly, presenting advanced verbal skills, literacy, and coordination.

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    Progress Reports and Lesson Plans

    Our daily reports and records will keep you updated about your kid’s emotional, physical and educational development. Our structured infant curriculum provides weekly lesson plans to secure a well-rounded foundation for efficient brain development.

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    Activities & Special Toys

    Here at Seven Oaks Academy, childcare centers involve educational and developmentally- appropriate toys and activities made to promote learning in a creative and enjoyable environment. This will expand their imagination and improve their physical health in fun and interactive ways.