Infant/Toddler Level

ENROLL NOW 2021-22


Our Infant/Toddler Level is a full-time, full-day, early childhood learning center that embraces the Reggio Emilia philosophy.  How are we different than a traditional “daycare”? We provide care that meets the basic needs of a child. At our Infant/Toddler Learning Center we offer all of that and more. Our children engage in music, art, cooking, and dance, outside play, reading, and imaginative play every day. Twice a week our music teacher comes into the classroom to sing with the children and play guitar. Every day children have an opportunity to experience art through different age-appropriate materials using their fingers, brushes, sponges, items from nature, and more. We encourage children to get messy and explore all forms of materials at their own pace. We are a family environment where the infants and toddlers have the chance to learn from each other. It is our responsibility as caregivers to facilitate this learning and create opportunities for growth and development, not just physically, but also socially and emotionally.


Our Infant-Toddler class is limited to a combined total of 16, never exceeding 9 infants. We have five teachers, and our caregiver-to-child ratio is 1:3.2.

Currently we have a wait list, but please do not let that deter you from signing up. We have open enrollment year round. The best time to contact us would be when you are aware that you are expecting. This will help start the conversation about when the best time to enroll would be or when the best time would be to put your child on the waitlist.


7:30 am – 6:00 pm, Monday – Friday excluding major Jewish and federal holidays.


“My son was in the infant toddler center since he was about 6 months old. The level of care and nurturing my son received as a baby was amazing. The love he felt each day going into the program warmed my heart. In the toddler room he was loved and supported in ways a toddler needed to be. Since being a part of this amazing program, my son is thriving on all areas of development and [we] could not thank the infant toddler family enough.”
– Ryder’s Mom, Jennifer Levin

“The Infant Center at Temple Beth Sholom provided a safe and secure environment for my daughter. She looked forward to going each day. Her needs were always met to the fullest. The center provided a wonderful experience for our entire family.”
– Emma’s Mom, Ashely Weissman 

“An amazing program to enhance communication and socialization skills in infants and toddlers. Parent communication was superb! We were comforted knowing that our daughter was taken care of with such love.”
– Daniella’s Mom, Amy Ostroff