Upon entering Mini-Miracles you will be wowed by our bright, sunny and cheery appearance. This carries over to each and every one of our classrooms as well. While all of our classrooms have a different theme and feel they all share some similar qualities as well. Each room is clean and safe with toys and activities organized to be accessible for the children to engage with as they choose. Artwork and pictures decorate the walls so parents have an opportunity to see what their little ones have been doing at school. Here is a little more information and pictures of our classrooms by age level.
Infants (0-15 months)
Ages 10 months to 15 months
Basic care is the first priority in our Infant classrooms; feeding, napping, diapering, and plenty of love! We want your infant to feel nurtured and happy in his/her home away from home. Read more!
Theme-based activities are planned around typical daily activities such as tummy time and floor play, with plenty of opportunities for individual attention and socialization. Learning in the infant rooms occurs through exposure to various stimuli, as teachers foster growth in all developmental areas throughout the month.
Children begin to play an active role in their own learning as they approach their toddler years. They gain increased awareness of their surroundings and of the cause-effect relationship between events, their own actions and that of others. Read more!
Classroom activities gain some structure in the older infant and young toddler rooms. Circle time, meal and nap times and clean-up are carried out as a group. There is plenty of free-play time with planned and improvised activities to encourage free-choice and individual self-expression.
By age 3, children begin to display an increased interest in completing tasks independently, though adult guidance is always appreciated! In our Preschool room, there is a set daily routine and schedule, including Circle Time and free-play. Read more!
In our Pre-kindergarten classroom, your children enjoy exploring their world through a variety of hands-on tasks, and in-depth discussions with teachers and peers about what they are learning. Theme-based activities are planned based on teachers’ observations of the children’s developmental needs and interests. Read more!
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