Nurturing discovery

A nationally accredited, developmentally appropriate program designed for infants six weeks old to children two years of age.

The Nursery School program at Rainbow Station recognizes that placing your very young child in the care of someone else is a difficult and emotional decision. Our teachers spend each day opening new worlds of discovery for your child in a safe, nurturing and creative environment.

Research indicates the importance of learning experiences during your child's first years of life. Exposure to language, music, and sensory stimulation are considered critically important to the development of young children. The teachers and staff at Rainbow Station implement a thematic based curriculum designed to meet the needs of your child. Our rich curriculum is strengthened through the relationship you child develops with his or her primary care teacher. Rainbow Station understands that stable, nurturing relationships are key to your young child's emotional growth and educational foundation.

The Nursery School at Rainbow Station offers:

  • A child centered proprietary curriculum developed by preschool teachers and child development experts
  • Small primary care groups to foster and nurture a strong relationship between your child and his or her teacher.
  • Children engaged in thematic learning which provides the opportunity to learn about the world using the various learning domains.
  • Lesson plans tailored to each infant's stage of development thus ensuring rapidly changing and developing infants are constantly challenged.
  • A developmental curriculum circle that addresses the growth and development of the whole child.
  • Classrooms staffed by degreed or certified lead teachers who create weekly theme based lesson plans using Rainbow Station's Proprietary curriculum PLAYWORKS¬©.
  • Classroom and learning centers that grow and change with the child to promote learning and relationship building with the primary care giver.
  • Family style dinning to provide opportunities for social development and establishment of life long healthy eating habits.
  • Daily parent teacher communication notes featuring activities addressing components of the developmental curriculum circle.
  • Playgrounds specifically developed to promote and support infant and toddler gross motor development and fine motor skills.