of East Roswell
2852 Holcomb Bridge Rd (corner of SteepleChase Dr & Holcomb Bridge), Alpharetta, GA 30022 • (770) 993-8684


Our Nursery Program

At East Roswell Preschool, our youngest learners benefit from an engaging curriculum that sets them up for a lifetime of success! The interactive activities, nurturing teachers, and secure facility provide the perfect atmosphere for growth and development.

Every activity we do in our Infant-Toddler program is designed to help your child achieve new developmental milestones while still having fun. We understand how imperative it is to make sure babies feel loved and nurtured during their time with us. Our professional, highly trained teachers are experts at snuggling, singing, reading and giggling with our littlest learners. And don’t worry – we always make time for Tummy Time!

Our school-wide focus on early literacy and language acquisition begins in the Nursery. We begin teaching baby sign language to give our infants a method of communication before vocal skills develop. Teachers frequently read books to children, emphasizing the importance of positive interaction between children and adults and developing a love of reading. Teachers constantly talk to the babies, giving them new vocabulary. Infants listen and eventually try to repeat words they hear in the classroom. Printed words are introduced throughout the Nursery, introducing the children to the concept of letters.

Our Nursery Program includes:

  • A Comforting Place that focuses on love and trust
  • Sign Language techniques to maximize communication skills
  • Daily Exercises and activities designed to coincide with physical development
  • Daily Reports and Weekly Lesson Plans to keep you informed of your child’s development
  • A private Facebook group to share photos and updates about the activities in which your child is participating throughout the day

Adventure and Growth

Every week your child goes through a different lesson plan including activities that will help him expand his imagination and learn new skills. We also have an Infant-Toddler sign language program that has helped so many overcome the frustration of communicating with a non-verbal infant or toddler.

The Nursery Program

There are four essential components to our Infant program:

  • language development
  • physical development
  • cognitive development
  • social and emotional development

We believe in balancing fun with fitness and learning with laughter. Communicating, crawling, creating, and exploring underscore the meaning behind developing the whole child.

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