• Infant & Wobblers Care
  • Toddlers
  • Threes
  • Fours
  • Before & After School
  • Pre-K

Infant & Wobblers Care

Our Great Places for Babies program provides a warm, welcoming environment where your baby can grow from a bundle of joy to a bundle of curiosity.

Your baby's primary caregiver is a nurturing child development professional who is focused on creating experiences and opportunities that invite exploration and support the rapid and important development that is occurring in a child's first year.

The Village has developed a Primary Care Program dedicated to providing a nurturing and loving atmosphere to meet each child's individual needs. This program is geared towards infants six weeks to a year old. A daily report is sent home each evening with information concerning each child's activities, meals, naps, diaper changes, and overall disposition. Parents are encouraged to visit anytime. Our infant/Wobbler Program incorporates activities that are matched to each child's development level.

More than just daycare, at The Village Children's Learning Center we are focused on keeping your baby happy, engaged, and secure.

Areas of Development
  • Language and Literacy Development
  • Social and Emotional Development
  • Physical Development and Wellness
  • Cognitive Development
  • Creative Expression


Most 2-year-olds are filled with energy and an innate curiosity about the world around them. They're also quickly developing their sense of independence. To help them achieve that independence, we're proud to offer your child Learn from the Start, our milestone-focused approach to early education, focused on certain skills development.

Designed to stimulate the child's development in the areas of language, creativity, cognitive learning, and emotional, social physical growth.

The teacher develops a daily schedule by selecting activities in these six development areas. Parents receive a "Sunshine Report" outlining the child's activities, including meals, creative activities, potty training progress, nap time and disposition.

Skills and Tools
  • Focus and self-regulation
  • Perspective taking
  • Communicating
  • Making connections
  • Critical thinking
  • Taking on challenges
  • Self-directed, engaged learning


This program comprises of listening to stories, retelling events, dramatic play with puppets and props, and music and movement experiences.

Hands-on activities provide opportunity for exploration of concepts such as classification, spatial relationships and number. The teacher selects a weekly theme to develop these skills, and sends home a copy of the week's activities.

Activities Focus
  • Pre-reading
  • Pre-writing
  • Small muscle activities
  • Pre-math
  • Physical coordination
  • Social skills
  • Taking on challenges
  • Developing learning goals


Our Pre-Kindergarten classroom is designed to help your child make significant developmental gains, communicate more successfully, and work well both independently and in group situations. Building on Preschool learning, Pre-K learning focuses on problem-solving, responsive listening and language usage, as well as social and collaborative skills, with specific lessons in Reading, Writing, Math etc.

Utilizes a selection of readiness resource. The child is presented with a thematic, hands-on approach to learning new skills, such as sequencing counting. Alphabet and phonics awareness is initiated through daily stories and games. The child's curiosity, independence and self-confidence are fostered through the use of center play activities and field trips in the community.

Parent communication for these age groups is facilitated through the child's progress report and on weekly newsletters.

Before & After School

Designed for children ages five to twelve who attend vicinity schools. Children are transported by van from the center to their respective schools. Breakfast starts the child's day while an afternoon snack greets themwhen they return from school.

Our program presents a variety of activities to meet the child's needs: outdoor play, sports and games, table games, cooking activities, quiet time, arts & crafts, and supervised homework time as agreed upon by the parent.

Field trips may be scheduled on extended days/special activities with visitors may be planned.


Funded by the Georgia Lottery for Education, this program is free to eligible children in the State of Georgia. The core instructional program is 6.5 hours each day, Monday through Friday. The goals are to promote growth in language and literacy, math concepts, science, arts, physical development, and personal and social competence.

To participate in the program, a child must be four or five years of age on September 1 of the year in which he/she wants to enroll. Maximum enrollment for this class is 20 children who reside in the State of Georgia.

Essential Life Skills

We also focus on essential life skills such as communication and self-regulation. Plus, children are routinely encouraged to take on challenges, develop their own learning goals, see situations from different perspectives etc.

Literacy Focus

In Pre-K, your child is immersed in our Focus on Literacy program, which builds on and strengthens skills gained in Preschool. In-school and at-home activities are designed to improve your child's literacy and cognition in vocabulary development, phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, and in other spheres of literacy.

Kindergarten Preparation

Is your child curious about what kindergarten's really like? They can find it out here. Our K-Prep enhancement, offering the Ready for School curriculum, introduces your child to kindergarten concepts and experiences, with small group instruction, extended seatwork, and kindergarten-level instruction.