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The Infant Program
Children enrolled in the infant room are between the ages of six weeks and 18 months. The program stresses the importance of meeting social and emotional needs of infants and young toddlers as well as the need for an enriched environment. Experiences are provided to enhance children’s sensory, motor and language development. The program is highly individualized and activities are based on the developmental needs of the children in the room. Two Master Teachers and Professional Interns care for the eight infants in this group. The teacher-child ratio is usually one to three. The Center is licensed to serve 8 infants per infant classroom.
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The Toddler and Twos Program
The Toddler/Twos classroom serves children between the ages of 18 months and three years. The program offers children experiences, which emphasize emotional and social development as well as the development of language, sensory perception, spatial ability, creative expression, and self-awareness. The average group size is 12 children. Two Master Teachers and Professional Interns staff this classroom. The teacher-child ratio is usually one to four. The Center is licensed to serve 12-13 toddlers per classroom.
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The Preschool Program
The preschool classrooms provide experiences for children between the ages of three and five. Experiences are based on an understanding of the social, cognitive, emotional, and physical needs of the children in the program. Experiences in art, music, dramatic play, language arts and reading, woodworking, blocks, science, and mathematics are offered daily. The children also have many opportunities to explore the outside environment and community. The average group size is 18 children. Two Master Teachers and Professional Interns staff each classroom. The teacher-child ratio is usually one to six. The maximum licensed capacity for this age group is 64 preschoolers total for the three classrooms.
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The Ohio University Child Development Center
Horse Barn Lane
The Ridges, Building 27, Telp: 740-593-1819
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