With an emphasis on warm, secure relationships built on trust, infants feel free to interact, explore and discover. A connection with caring adults helps children develop the ability to connect with others throughout their lives.

The typical day in the infant group centers on routines. Activities such as hellos and goodbyes, eating, diapering, napping and dressing make up the curriculum to help infants learn and develop.


  • Tummy time
  • Singing and finger plays
  • Reading stories
  • Playing ball
  • Blowing bubbles
  • Outdoor play
  • Buggy rides
  • Projects and creative art activities

Lakeview provides for your baby’s physical and nutritional needs. For more on What Lakeview Supplies, click here.

Sign Language

Responding to your children’s needs is an essential part of building strong communicators and developing confidence. We teach sign language to pre-verbal infants to help communicate their wants and needs. This has been a valuable part of our infant program and fosters trust in your child.

To learn more about infant sign language
For a printable overview of Lakeview’s infant program


All four Lakeview Child Centers are accredited by NAEYC.

Let’s Move! Childcare

Lakeview Child Center is proud to participate in this comprehensive initiative, launched by Former First Lady Michelle Obama.

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