In the first year of an infant’s life, they develop using their senses to explore and investigate their environment. The development of an infant’s ‘gross motor’ skills is very evident at this stage as he/she begin to crawl, shuffle and walk to satisfy their curiosity.
Carer’s encourage an infant’s physical development using push-a-long toys, stacking toys and games during activity floor play. Infants play by looking and listening using a variety of objects and experiences appropriate for their age. They need stimulation to help them interact with qualified nursery staff in their environment using games such as peek-a-boo. Play becomes part of their daily routine during feeding and changing time whilst interacting with their carer. Infants engage in a variety of daily activities such as songs and rhymes, music, books, hand printing, and the treasure basket.
Infants will have scheduled meal and bottle times and can take a nap during the day in our snug supervised sleep room.
Daily record, Bottle cleaning, Bottle making, Nappies and cotton wool are included in our service