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Infant Classroom

The infant program serves children from the age of two weeks until the age of 18 months.
The program is designed to promote feelings of belonging and the loving care which help
infants to grow and develop to their full potential. Children eat, sleep, and play according
to his or her own schedule.
Every infant is an individual with unique abilities, desires and emotions. Our program is
designed to meet the individual needs of each child and to provide them with educational
experiences. In our infant classroom, we provide a creative and stimulating program
which encourages visual, language, gross motor and small motor experiences to enhance
learning through their own natural curiosity.

Toddler Classroom

Our toddler program serves children from 18 months to 36 months. The toddler classroom
is designed to provide stimulating experiences for the children where they can learn
through their own inquisitiveness. The emphasis during the toddler years is on building
self-confidence and fostering the natural curiosity that toddlers possess.
Throughout the day toddlers enjoy the large variety of play materials that are readily made
available to them, as well as creative centers where children can dress-up, build with
blocks, and experiment in the sensory table. Art, music, language and science activities
geared to little hands are also introduced.
Our teachers offer the tenderness, warmth, and patience so essential to this young age.
Children feel comfortable in our toddler class settings when their parents leave. Deep
respect for each child ensures that your toddler will truly love his or her school
environment and, from that, develop a long lasting love for learning

Preschool Class

Our preschool program prepares children socially and academically, as well as, supports
and encourages the development of independence, responsibility, and confidence, all of
which are essential for the child’s ongoing success in kindergarten.
Our educational program focuses on each child’s social, emotional, intellectual, and
physical development by offering concrete, hands-on activities for the child to explore.
The preschool curriculum is designed to actively engage each child in developmentally age
appropriate activities exploring the content areas of literacy, mathematics, science, social
studies, the arts and technology. Our curriculum is exciting and challenging, as well as supportive of each child's own learning style.
Our preschool room arrangement creates the optimum learning environment. It allows
children easy access to educational toys, materials and books, enabling them to initiate and
expand their activities. Our classroom is organized with areas for block play, manipulative
toys, art creativity, dramatic play, and reading in addition to larger spaces for group
To enhance learning experiences in our preschool we offer class trips

Latchkey Program

Divine Latch key program is designed to provide children with a safe and well supervised environment when an adult is unable to be at home. Our program is play based and encourages a relaxed environment for a child who is in school all day. We also offer transportation to surrounding neighboring schools for those families unable to leave work. We are licensed by the State of Michigan to care for children ages 2 weeks to twelve years old.

Summer Program

Divine has a summer youth development organization, supervised by professional adults, that strives to foster personal growth for children ages 5 years to 12 years old. We provide fun, safe, educational/recreational activities, outdoor experiences and group activities for social emotional learning. During our summer program children will have the opportunity to support learning in. mentoring that will  teach  finance, and simple life skills. Children will be learning to give back  to the community specifically the homeless through food drives fund raising and lemonade stands. Summer campers  plant  sunflowers seeds  throughout  the  community for  beautification.  Campers will also engage in talent shows, art, music, literacy, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Children will also attend various field trips throughout the metro Detroit.

Programs: Classes
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