The child care program at Jan Peterson Child Development Center is designed to celebrate and enhance your child’s uniqueness, foster a positive self-image, and encourage emotional, intellectual, physical and social development.
Jan Peterson Child Development Center is a place where a child can play, grow and learn.
We are located at 26895 Brodiaea Avenue in Moreno Valley, CA – on the grounds of Integrated Care Communities and Riverside University Health System – Medical Center.
Call us for more information; we’d love to give you a tour: (951) 601-9200 or send an email.
Age 6 weeks – 24 months
- Caregivers provide an environment nurtured with love, attention and affection
- Safe, warm and inviting environment
- Infant program offers formula, infant cereal, and infant fruit and vegetables
- Special focus on brain development including smiling, hugging, singing, reading and talking
- Fostering curiosity and socialization by group interactions
- Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day
- Daily oral and written communication between teachers and parents
Age 24 months- 3 years
- Promotes skill development by daily small-group instruction
- An environment focused on the development of the whole child
- Focus on developing cognitive, social and physical skills
- Form relationships in our intergenerational program
- Support learning concepts for this age by providing a variety of activities
- Encouragement and support that lead to confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning
Age 4-5 years
- Provide a strong literacy-based approach
- Fosters a love for nature and the environment
- Ample opportunities to explore, investigate and play
- Participation in our intergenerational program
- Develop critical thinking, language, literacy and math skills
- Encourage empathy toward others
Age 5 years
- Individual attention in a small class setting
- All-day instruction with before and after-school care provided
- Educational field trips and school presentations that enhance the curriculum
- High/Scope Learning style
- Curriculum aligned with that of local elementary schools to make transition smooth and natural
License Numbers: 334807214 and 334807216
Non-Discrimination Policy – In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.