Our infant program is individualized to support each baby’s growth and prioritize exploration in a safe and loving environment.
Vivvi™ Learning Model
Children enrolled in Vivvi learn through themes inspired by the questions they ask every day.
Our teachers observe each child's interests and organize projects and curriculum inspired by those interests. Teachers simultaneously align learning standards across multiple metacognitive, academic and physical skill sets.
Early Childhood Education Curriculum in Action
By observing and reflecting on children's interests, our faculty designs units of study aligned to developmentally appropriate learning standards.
Classroom Specific Curriculum (Webs)
Learning Domains + Developmental Milestones
A compassionate team of educators focused on responsive caregiving to meet your infant’s unique needs each day.
An intentional curriculum, with individualized learning opportunities that encourage exploration and independence even for the youngest learners.
An environment designed with infants in mind, including open floor plans and light-filled spaces, and play areas that inspire learning and development.
The safest, most up-to-date equipment and toys; and a commitment to safety, security, and cleanliness practices that meet or exceed state and local guidelines.
Real Parents, Real Stories
Meet Anna, Vivvi Parent of Kellan (Infant) & Marlowe (Preschool)
Vivvi is brought to life by passionate teachers with years of experience who foster children’s curiosity, development and a love of learning.
"The satisfaction of seeing a child’s eyes light up because they understand something new or try something for the first time is extremely rewarding. When I'm in the Vivvi classroom, I'm providing opportunities to help children develop strong self-esteem, become active learners, and develop problem-solving skills and independence. This can set the trajectory for the rest of their life, and I like being a part of that."
-- Melissa B. - Infant Teacher
Our Learning Domains
Click the age of your child below to see what milestones we focus on within each learning domain.
Social & Emotional Development
Make eye contact and track with their eyes
Recognize voices of familiar people
Smile at own reflection
Identity & Belonging
Become aware of self
Babble a range of sounds
Imitating home language
Gain experience with literature through listening to stories and touching books
Expand their verbal expressions by practicing self talk
Turn their head at voices they hear
Sustain eye contact
Explore geometric shaped materials
Experience numbers through counting songs like "5 Little Ducks"
Experience the world with their 5 senses to build the foundation of scientific reasoning
Fine Motor Development
Make grasping motions
Grasp their caregivers fingers during feeding
Explore their fingers with their mouth
Gross Motor Development
Lift their head
Develop controlled arm, leg, and hand movements