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Infants & Toddlers 

We're not a daycare, we’re an extension of your home. 

Our highly trained teachers partner with you to ensure your child’s developmental needs are met every step along the way. We create predictable routines and nurturing classroom environments that foster social and emotional development.  

Our program is based on the Reggio Emilia approach, prioritizing a child-centric, play-based mode of learning. We recognize the importance of nurturing a child's innate curiosity and creativity, providing them with ample opportunities for exploration and self-expression.



4 months - 18 months

Through age-appropriate, natural materials, your infant will be introduced to sensory play, art, music, language, and fine/gross motor activities that are documented and shared with you through our daily Procare®.


19 months - 30 months

Your toddler is on the move and becoming more active and independent as they begin exploring the world around them. Our curriculum helps inspire curiosity and imagination in a way that is unique to your toddler’s individual interests. 

Daily Activities

Morning Meeting

Movement, music, and play. Children learn to listen, express emotions, and physical movement. 

Hands-on Learning

Planned activities based on child developmental milestones.

Language Development

Children are exposed to language through reading, conversations, and singing.

Meals & Snacks

Freshly cooked meals and healthy snacks prepared daily.


Reggio Principles

Children can construct their own learning

They are the center of their own learning and can construct their own best way to learn. Children are treated as active collaborators, not passive observers

The environment is the 3rd teacher

Learning is made possible by the environment in which it happens. A thoughtfully designed classroom is a critical component for development

Children learn via their communities

Relationships are vital during early development. We emphasize interactions between parents, teachers, and other children

Learning must be documented

Documentation of a child's learning not only creates a positive feedback loop with teachers, but can spark continuous learning in later years

Children should express themselves

Children are natural communicators and are encouraged to express themselves via any medium, eg. verbal, written, art, building, etc.

Parental participation is vital

Parents are partners in their child’s education. As a result, they need to participate and are always invited to play an active role in their child’s learning

Choose your campus


Little STEaMers

43531 Mission Blvd., Fremont


at St James Church

34700 Fremont Blvd., Fremont

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at SBCC Church

47385 Warm Springs Blvd., Fremont




36640 Fremont Blvd., Fremont

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