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The following is a list of programs offered by Little Angel's Daycare & Preschool. If you have any questions regarding any of the programs listed here, please contact us at (207) 561-4848.

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Infant Room
Toddlers
Junior Preschool Room
Preschool Room
Pre-Kindergarten Room Curriculum


Infant Room

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Ages 6 Weeks to 1 Year Old
Ratio of worker to infant: 1:4

Highlights of Room:
  • Lots of natural light for visual stimulation
  • Variety of age appropriate infant toys for stimulation and learning
  • Each child is provided with his/her own crib, blankets and sheets

Little Angels Provides:
  • Nurturing Experienced Caregivers
  • Formula, baby food
  • Bibs

Parents Provide:
  • Diapers, wipes, diaper cream and bottles
  • Medications
  • Spare clothes
  • Appropriate clothing for outside play
  • Breast milk

Comments:
Little Angels Daycare Infant Room is made up of two areas, a play area and a napping area. Infants have plenty of room to explore and grow. The layout of each building keeps an infant room separate from the other rooms keep the infant room quiet. All infants are fed on demand, when hungry and not according to a set schedule. Breastfeeding infants must have an adequate supply properly labeled. Infants are taken outside every day (weather permitting). A daily report is given to a parent each day detailing feedings, diaper changes and all important correspondence about the child’s day. When bringing in anything for your infant, it must be clearly labeled with the child's name.

Toddler Room

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Ages 1 Year to approximately 2 1/2 Years Old
* Ages approximate based on slot availability and child’s development
Ratio of worker to child: 1:5

Highlights of Room:
  • Lots of natural light for visual stimulation
  • Variety of age appropriate toddler toys for stimulation and learning
  • Each child is provided with his/her own nap mat or crib and sheet

Little Angels Provides:
  • Nurturing Experienced Caregivers
  • USDA approved meals, snacks & drinks
  • Age appropriate learning curriculum

Parents Provide:
  • Diapers, wipes and diaper cream
  • Medications
  • Spare clothes
  • Appropriate clothing for outside play

Comments:
Little Angels Daycare Toddler Room has plenty of room to explore and grow. The layout of the building keeps the toddler room separate from the preschool rooms to keep the toddler room quiet. Toddlers are taken outside every day. A daily report is given to a parent each day detailing diaper changes, meals and all important correspondence about the child’s day. When bringing in anything for your toddler, it must be clearly labeled with the child's name.

Jr. Preschool Room

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Ages approximately 2 1/2 Years to 3 Years Old
* Ages approximate based on slot availability and child’s development
Ratio of worker to child: 1:7

Highlights of Room:
  • Lots of natural light for visual stimulation
  • Variety of age appropriate preschool toys, books and games for stimulation and learning
  • Each child is provided with his/her own nap mat and sheet

Little Angels Provides:
  • Nurturing Experienced Caregivers
  • USDA approved meals, snacks & drinks
  • Age appropriate preschool curriculum

Parents Provide:
  • Diapers, wipes and diaper cream
  • Medications
  • Spare clothes
  • Appropriate clothing for outside play

Comments:
Little Angels Daycare Junior Preschool Room has plenty of room to explore and grow. The layout of each building keeps the preschool rooms separate from the other classrooms. Preschoolers are taken outside every day. A daily report is given to a parent each day detailing important correspondence about the child’s day. When bringing in anything for your junior preschooler, it must be clearly labeled with the child's name.

Preschool Room

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Ages approximately 3 Years to 4 Years Old
* Ages approximate based on slot availability and child’s development
Ratio of worker to child: 1:10

Highlights of Room:
  • Lots of natural light for visual stimulation
  • Variety of age appropriate preschool toys, books and games for stimulation and learning
  • Each child is provided with his/her own nap mat and sheet

Little Angels Provides:
  • Nurturing Experienced Caregivers
  • USDA approved meals, snacks & drinks
  • Age appropriate preschool curriculum

Parents Provide:
  • Diapers, wipes and diaper cream
  • Medications
  • Spare clothes
  • Appropriate clothing for outside play

Comments:
Little Angels Daycare Preschool Room has plenty of room to explore and grow. The layout of each building keeps the preschool room separate from the other classrooms to ensure appropriate age and developmental practices. Preschoolers are taken outside every day. A daily report is given to a parent each day detailing important correspondence about the child’s day. When bringing in anything for your preschooler, it must be clearly labeled with the child's name.

Pre-Kindergarten Room (Pre-K)

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Ages approximately 4 to 6 Years Old
* Ages approximate based on slot availability and child’s development
Ratio of worker to child: 1:10

Highlights of Room:
  • Lots of natural light for visual stimulation
  • Variety of age appropriate Pre-Kindergarten toys, books and games for stimulation and learning
  • Each child is provided with his/her own nap mat and sheet

Little Angels Provides:
  • Nurturing Experienced Caregivers
  • USDA approved meals, snacks & drinks
  • Age appropriate Pre-Kindergarten curriculum

Parents Provide:
  • Medications
  • Spare clothes
  • Appropriate clothing for outside play

Comments:
Little Angels Daycare Pre-K Room has plenty of room to explore and grow. Pre-Kindergarten children are learning each day and are preparing to head to kindergarten. The children are taken outside every day. A daily report is given to a parent each day detailing important correspondence about the child’s day. When bringing in anything for your Pre-K student, it must be clearly labeled with the child's name.

Programs at each location vary, call for more information.

Curriculum

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In 2009, Little Angels Daycare & Preschool switched to an exciting new educational program. A couple of our very own directors partnered up to create Advanced Beginnings Curriculum (ABC). ABC was developed to link the State of Maine Early Childhood Learning Guidelines and Maine’s Infant Toddler Guidelines for Learning and Development with center’s learning ideals. Through the learning curriculum, your child will explore a well-rounded balance of learning experiences and many opportunities to develop important skills need to be success in school. Listed below are the skills that will be covered in the curriculum throughout the year:

Infant and Toddler Curriculum:
  • Development into Social Beings
  • Development into Strong and Healthy Bodies
  • Development of the Ability to Communicate
  • Development of Curious Minds

Preschool/Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum (3-6 years):
  • Personal and Social Development
  • Approaches to Learning
  • Creative Arts
  • Early Language and Literacy
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies

Advanced Beginnings Curriculum (ABC) continues the Little Angels Daycare's mission statement of "focusing on developing physical, emotional, social and cognitive skills through well organized, structured curriculum designed to stimulate the children’s own creativity, imagination and independence." The learning experiences the children will participate in are made to keep the state’s ideals of child development and education. ABC contains age-appropriate experiences that encourage creativity, the use of social skills, increase language development, and supports use of personal care skills. Each theme expands on the knowledge the children already have while creating new experiences for them to explore. The curriculum will include newsletters to help keep the parents and teachers communicating to increase learning experiences outside of the classroom.