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  • Infants needs are important and caregivers respond quickly to coos and cries.
  • Infants learn to trust their caregiver and develop security.
  • Caregivers talk to babies using simple words and phrases throughout the day.
  • Cardboard books are provided for infants to look at (and chew on).
  • Books help infants identify pictures and names as they sit on providers laps.
  • A safe space is provided in which your baby can practice developing physical skills.
  • Safe toys are provided that they can roll, bang, grab, and pat.
  • Simple games of Peekaboo, Five Little Piggies, or Itsy-Bitsy Spider are played or sung to them.
  • Immunization is important at the center and we check to make sure they are immunized.