LEARNING ABOUT SELF AND OTHERS: Infants learn to trust known, caring adults, regulate their own behavior by following schedules of sleeping and eating and respond to others’ feelings with growing awareness.

LEARNING ABOUT MOVING: Teachers in the infant room demonstrate basic gross motor and fine motor skills.

LEARNING ABOUT THE WORLD: We sustain the infants’ attention and help them understand how objects can be used.

LEARNING ABOUT COMMUNICATING: In the infant room, babies begin to learn communication by developing expressive and receptive language and gaining awareness of pictures and print.