Rainbow’s End Learning Centers

are a Place for Young Toddlers.

Children 12 months through 24 months learn through exploration and hands on activities to meet developmental needs.

Toddlers have a primary care giver who monitors developmental needs and reports to families. At a minimum of 3 times per year and as needed.

In the Young Toddler Classroom, children receive quality care and developmentally based group programming. Children are given an array of hands-on activities to explore daily. All activities are based upon the developmental needs of the children. A primary caregiver is assigned to each child to facilitate learning and ease transitions. This class provides enriched activities to support each child’s emerging language.


Do I need to provide meals for my child at Rainbow's End?

Children are served a wide variety of meals following the CACFP guidelines

What does my child need to bring to the center?

Children will be asked to bring bedding weekly for their nap mats as well as diapers and 2 boxes of wipes. 2 changes of clothing are requested to be kept in their cubby areas at all times.

Want to Learn More About Rainbow’s End Learning Centers?

A place where building a good rapport with parents is top priority. A place where children are grasping the
fundamental knowledge they need to succeed. A place where children feel safe and secure in their environment.