Meet our wonderful Mrs. DeLeon
Mrs. Carly DeLeon has recently become our Head Infant Teacher
The Burlington Academy of Learning’s Infant and Toddler Programs are designed to provide the very best opportunities, stimulation, care, love, and nurturing for your child in a comfortable environment which fosters security. Children in these programs range in age from 6 weeks through 18 months. We feel privileged to partner with you to provide the best experience for you and your child, providing consistency with your nurturing and parenting goals for your child.
The Academy follows the Connecticut’s Early Learning and Development Standards (CTELDS).
Although parents pass on a variety of characteristics to their children through their genes, the environment plays a major role in developing a child’s personality. External influences, from conception onward, provide the intellectual, emotional, social, and physical experiences that enhance memory and promote life-long learning capabilities.
Infants (birth – 8 months) thrive on the warmth and caring of a close relationship with their caregivers. This security prompts young infants to explore and begin to shape their identity. Mobile infants (8 months – 18 months) are more focused on exploration. Through natural curiosity the mobile infant learns to propel herself to explore the environment when she feels secure.
The Academy’s Infant and Toddler Programs:
Our children spend their awake time enjoying books, puzzles, puppets, play mats, music, dramatic play, sensory play, art creations, and a lot of varied gross motor play. During this time, our children develop their creativity, socialization skills and bond with their caregivers and teachers. At this very early age of around a year old, children are taught responsibility through completing and cleaning up after an activity has been completed.