Infants require a great deal of personal attention in order to thrive and learn; caregivers will provide comforting routines for feeding, changing and sleeping.  Children’s’ cognitive, physical and emotional needs will be met with songs, physical play, literacy activities and socialization with highly engaged caregivers. Children learn through play and their environment.  While being supportive of infants in their quest for competence, our caregivers look to the parents as the best resource in working with their children. 
Typical Day

Based on the individual needs of each child, caregiver will provide routines that are predictable and comforting, as well as exposing children to a wide variety of play, music, songs and engaging interaction with caregiver.

Just Like Home
Our goal is to provide a very comforting and nurturing environment. Many children find comfort in items that are “Just like at Home”. Parents will be asked to bring diapers, wipes, sippy cups, and any other item the child finds comforting (pacifier, soft crib toy or blanket).
Food Program

Crayon Campus participates in the U.S Department of Agriculture Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).


Transportation is provided by Cross Transit Inc. and Sister Company of Crayon Campus. Transportation can be provided to and from the center as well as school. Cross Transit busses are equipped with age appropriate seating (including car seats, and booster seats), safety equipment, experienced drivers and monitors that are trained to assist with making your child’s transportation experience a pleasant one.

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