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Our Curriculum

Infants and Waddlers

The child's first three years are critical for the development of the brain and language skill. Our goals of the Infant program are to meet your child’s individual needs while providing a developmentally age appropriate and stimulating environment. The Infant program provides a warm, nurturing atmosphere in which caregivers coo, cuddle, rock, hold, play and sing with your baby. Your child will feel safe in a nurturing environment that will encourage him/her to explore, to bond with others and develop a sense of trust and security. The infant curriculum provides playful, stimulating activities designed for individual children to develop their sense of trust and increase language, cognitive, physical, social and emotional development. Daily routines are viewed as the core of the curriculum, with teachers understanding that toddlers depend on all their five senses for learning

Milestones to be focused upon in the infant experience:

  • Smiles at the sound of your voice
  • Raises head and chest when lying on stomach
  • Grasps objects
  • Smiles at other people
  • Babbles, laughs, and tries to imitate sounds
  • Rolls from back to stomach and stomach to back
  • Moves objects from hand to hand
  • Responds to own name
  • Finds partially hidden objects
  • Sits without support
  • Crawls
  • Walks with or without support
  • Says at least one word
  • Enjoys imitating people



Children are now upright: walking, eating table food and taking only one nap a day. They are on a schedule where their friends are doing the same type of activities at same time. Our program focuses on the following developmental areas: physical, emotional, social and cognitive. In addition, children will be able to use their newly discovered independence skills as they explore their environment. Staff will encourage children to use self-help skills they provide basic need care. Routines are essential at this age to help children predict the events that will occur during the day. Consistent limits are set for children so they can determine boundaries.

Milestones to be focused upon in the Toddler experience:

  • Increased language development
  • Interest in joining groups of children
  • Developing fine motor control
  • Learning songs
  • Increased ability to communicate verbally
  • Ability to problem solve
  • The need to have a routine
  • Showing more independence skills
  • An awareness of self and others
  • Desire to explore environment freely


Our Jr Preschool program will prepare your child for life skills by introducing children to learning centers that encompass a wide range of activities. Our children will be introduced to math, language, reading, social and physical skills in a creative manner. In addition we will continue to work with children on their self-esteem and independence skills..

Milestones we focus on in Jr Preschool are as follows:

  • Patterning
  • Be able to sort by shape, size and color
  • Understand cause and effect and begin to problem solve
  • Basic counting
  • Make predictions based on simple information
  • Recognize own name and other letters in print
  • Show a genuine interest in reading books with adults
  • Speak in front of a small group
  • Recall events from an activity
  • Artwork will become more refined and begin to look like symbols


Pre-Kindergarten will prepare your child for Kindergarten by further expanding upon the developmental aspects of their individual growth. Our programs offer various learning centers where children are exposed to social, physical, emotional and cognitive skills. We prepare children for Kindergarten by exposing them to academics while continuing to focus on self-esteem and independence skills through our enrichment activities. In addition to schedules and routines our learning centers promote growth in a variety of ways.

Milestones we focus on in Pre-K are as follows:

  • Patterning and sequencing
  • Simple math
  • Understanding size differences (big, small, short, tall, more and less)
  • Counting, printing and recognizing numerals
  • Verbally spell and print first name and introduction to last name
  • Can recall events from a story
  • Can speak in front of a group of peers (show and tell)
  • Can describe events in a photo
  • Attempts to spell and read simple words
  • Using problem solving skills in a group
  • Fine tune large and small motor skills
  • Independent problem solving
  • Confidence in a school setting
  • Secure separation from parents
  • Reinforcing self help skills
  • Enhance social skills with peer and adults


Bright Beginnings strive to provide a safe and nurturing environment for every students. To empower learner through mentoring, academic assistance, enrichment and recreational opportunities Our academic & summer programs goals are to:

  • provide academic assistance, enrichment and recreational opportunities to improve student skills;
  • provide a place where self-esteem is nurtured and supported as well as individual differences are respected;
  • develop an appreciation of our multi-cultural heritage;
  • teach children ways of solving conflicts;
  • provide positive, structures, adult supervision;
  • provide homework assistance;
  • provide opportunities to learn new skills;
  • facilitate communication among home and students.

get in touch

3115 Route 38, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Phone: 856.866.0039
Email: Inquiry@brightbeginnings-childcare.comm

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