Safety and nurturing are at the forefront of our Newborn Childcare. Your confidence and comfort are essential. In partnership with parents, our experienced caregivers maintain a healthy, creative environment, where your newborn will receive the excellent care and attention you expect. Together, we design each newborn's experience at Eagan Montessori Academy to support health and development. Both full-time and part-time infant care are available!
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We look forward to working with you to make your child's experience at Eagan Montessori one of nurturing, discovery, growth, and fun! The partnership between home and the center is essential to the success of each infant in the child care program. There is so much information to impart as you and your child begin your Eagan Montessori experience. The following is some helpful information to get you started (This document is not meant to replace your Parent Policy Handbook or the forms in your child's file. Those contain a much more complete picture of your rights and responsibilities as an Eagan Montessori family. You must read them as well.). Please see your Director or your child's teacher with any questions or concerns. We encourage you to drop in or to call at any time. Your input, suggestions, and ideas help to make this program successful for you and your child.
We work to follow each child's individual schedule for sleep, bottle feeding, and interaction. Diapers are changed every 2-3 hours or as needed. For infants on solid foods, a morning and afternoon snack will be provided.
There is an area within the classroom refrigerator for bottle storage. We also encourage any nursing mothers to stop by and nurse them as well.
Eagan Montessori Policies are designed to foster the safety and well-being of both the group and the individual child. We strive to maintain the continuity of care between the family and center, and we seek to mirror, as much as possible, the preferences and routines that have been established at home. However, there are a few things you can do at home to help prepare your child for the transition to our center.
Self Help Skills
Fine Motor Skills