|Little Lamb Child Care - 3800 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220, (513) 961-6316|
What are the Infant and Toddler guidelines?
What do I need for my infant? A small infant needs a floor blanket to play on, and a crib safe blanket, meaning that it must be a flat, non pillow top, non afghan, non quilt or comforter type blanket. It should not be something that the child's face can go into and cause suffocation. Also they need diapers, we provide the wipes. At least one change of clothing. Bottles one bottle per feeding. Bottles cannot be reserved. Bottles need to have child's name and date of preparation or if breast milk date thawed out on the bottle. Breast milk bottles must be brought or placed once they arrive in a zip lock bag to keep them isolated from the other bottles. Any foods that you would like us to serve your child you will also need to bring.
What do you supply for my Infant: We supply the baby wipes, the crib sheets (although you are welcome to bring in baby sheets of your own). We also supply all the baby food if you decide you want us to. We will even supply the Kirkland brand of infant formula for the child's feedings if that is you desire. If this brand though does not meet your preference you will need to supply your own. We have baby cereals and baby foods and snacks on hand when your child is developmentally ready for them. As your child's eating habits change and you include new foods let us know what you are ready for us to serve your child and at what time intervals.
does my child need for care?
What are your hours of operation?
Exception: Mid October till March we close on Fridays at 5:00 p.m.
you open all year long?
What are the Early Learning Content Standards? The ELCS are a group of standards that we focus on teaching to the preschool aged child which include the four components of Social studies, mathematics, literacy, and science. We also work on activities that foster good social and emotional skills, self help skills, and fine and gross motor skills.
How old does
my child need to be to go to Kindergarten?
What is graduation? Any child who is four
by September 30th is considered to be our graduating class of that year. These
are the children that next school year will go to Kindergarten. They work on specialized
activities throughout the year to prepare them for school, although this is begun
in the first year of preschool it is stepped up in the classrooms which have children
old enough to graduate. The graduation program includes all the children doing
different memory work or songs and a nice reception to follow. The children that
are graduating are in cap and gown.