Loving, Responsive Care For A Brilliant Start

And Educational Excellence You Can Trust

Loving, Responsive Care For A Brilliant Start

And Educational Excellence You Can Trust

Younger & Older Infants | 6 Weeks – 18 Months | Serving Warwick, RI

Trusted Teachers Make Your Baby’s Days Bright & Happy

Experienced, dedicated early childhood teachers become your infant’s trusted caregivers. Your baby is safe in the hands of degreed, CPR-certified teachers and registered nurses who create a cozy, warm, nurturing environment for them to grow.
Trusted Teachers Make Your Baby’s Days Bright & Happy

Matching Your Home Routine Keeps Your Family On Schedule

Work with attentive teachers, chosen for their talent with little ones, organizational skills, an innate understanding of what each baby needs. They keep your baby on the same routine you use at home, creating smooth transitions into the classroom.

Responsive Care Means Your Baby Will Thrive

This is a crucial time in your child’s life where they need to be surrounded by responsive, loving caregivers to develop their sense of healthy security. Caring, experienced teachers give your baby what they need, when they need it, from stimuli to hygiene to lullabies.

A Private Nursing Room Makes You Comfortable

Feel welcome and comfortable in a breastfeeding-friendly environment where you can drop in and nurse your baby in peace. A dedicated nursing room puts you at ease and gives you the space and time to bond in those precious moments.

Sensory Play Develops Cognitive & Fine Motor Skills

Interactive, age-appropriate materials help your baby learn about the world around them. When they play with different colors and textures, discover new noises, and push and pull buttons and levers, they develop cognitive connections and practice motor skills.

Tummy Time & Freedom For Strong Gross Motor Skills

Your baby gets plenty of tummy time, space to crawl and scoot, and encouragement with standing and walking. With no restrictive bouncers or swings, they have the freedom to develop and practice crucial gross motor skills and build muscles.

Outdoor Stroller Time For Fun & Fresh Air

Whether going for a walk in the stroller or exploring the grass in the safe, age-appropriate play yard, your baby gets time outdoors to enjoy the fresh air. A change of scenery offers new stimuli and sensory experiences for your infant.

Your Parent App & Activities Help You Easily Participate

With adorable photos and updates from the LifeCubby™ app, you maintain a daily connection to the classroom. Family activities allow you to link up with other parents for friendship, support, and a sense of community.

Safety & Security Take Center Stage

You want peace of mind that your precious baby is in safe hands. Rest assured restricted access entrances, and privacy fences protect them, and CCTV cameras keep them safe, sound, and secure from drop-off to pick-up every day.

Cleaning Measures Ensure Spotless, Germ-Free Spaces

Daily cleaning and sanitization protocols protect your baby from harmful dirt and germs, and a weekly deep-clean keeps every nook and cranny spotless and sparkling. Air purifiers ensure that the environment stays fresh and clean for sensitive little lungs.

We Care For Your Infant At Family Tree I: Early Learning Center

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7:00am – 5:30pm

Younger infants (6 weeks – 12 months) | Older infants (12 – 18 months)

at Family Tree I

Younger toddlers (18 months – 2.5 years) | Older toddlers (2.5 years – 3.2 years)

at Family Tree I and Family Tree III

Preschool (3 – 4 years)

at Family Tree I and Family Tree III

Pre-K (4 – 5 years)

at Family Tree I and Family Tree III

Holiday Camps, Before & After School Care (5 – 12 years)

At Family Tree II

As a 4-star BrightStars program, we are required to have lead teachers with 12 or more college credits in Early Education. Our Education Coordinators have Master’s degrees and are licensed by the RI Department of Education. Our teachers take 30 hours of training each year, and 100% of our staff undertake CPR and First Aid training within their first 90 days of employment. All teachers are required to take RIELDS, ITERS, or ECERS training.

Rhode Island Early Learning & Development Standards cover 9 domains for childhood education:

  1. Physical and Motor Health Development
  2. Social and Emotional Development
  3. Language Development
  4. Literacy
  5. Cognitive Development
  6. Mathematics
  7. Science
  8. Social Studies
  9. Creative Arts

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