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Infant care
Infant care

Rammies Academy works with children from newborns to 18 months of age. We work with each child's individual needs at his or her current physical, social, and emotional development stage.


We offer music, movement, group play, and hands-on experience within the classroom for each child, who develops and grows at his or her own pace with our thoughtful guidance and care.

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  • Diapers and wipes - we recommend that you bring a large package of each to leave at the center

  • Diaper cream

  • 1 full change of clothes

  • Formula and food

  • 1 crib sheet (optional)

  • Sunscreen and bug spray (for infants older than 6 months)

  • 1 hat for playground wear

Things to bring with you

Before starting the program it is recommended that you schedule a time for you and your child to visit the center together, as this may cut down on surprises that might occur on the first day.


Let your children know why they are coming to the center. Let them know that you are not leaving them, and that you will be back, in a way that they will understand.


Complete all of the center's paperwork ahead of time.


If your child needs that special toy or blanket, bring it along. Sometimes a photo of a loved one works as well.


Include your children in the preparation; let them choose what they want to bring for lunch or snacks, and let them pick out their clothes for the day. Please remember to label everything.


On day one, see if you can show up a little early, so your child can settle in. If the staff needs to know anything, please write it down before coming in that day.


On the first day, we will welcome both you and your child. We will show you where to put your belongings and you have to tell the staff member anything that may be important. After your child settles in, let him or her know that you have to go, but will be back at a certain time (such as after nap time). Give them a big hug and leave the area - it's best not to linger. If your child gets upset, comfort him or her and let a staff member comfort as well, and then leave the area. Most children stop crying after being comforted by a staff member.


It may take some time for your child to adjust - every child is different, and if you have any questions, please ask a staff member.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us for more information.

The first day

We try to work with your child's schedule, and we ensure that your child's physical, emotional, social, and developmental needs are met.

Our daily schedule

Our infant care services