Infants

The Bridge Learning Centers has five locations offering childcare for infants. Nursery care is available for infants age 6 weeks to 12 months old in the following areas:

McDonough, GA
Carrollton, GA
Bremen, GA
Villa Rica, GA
Douglasville, GA

Below are blog posts related to our infant classes.

Creepy, Crawly Fun with Infants

Creepy, Crawly Fun with Infants

This blog was guest written by Angie Griffie at Mirror Lake Academy in Villa Rica, Georgia. The Bridge Learning Centers takes great pride in all the activities and educational opportunities we provide for each child in our programs. As most may expect, we focus on the children’s language skills, cognitive development, math, science and much, […]

“In the Air and On the Ground”

"In the Air and On the Ground"

Each month The Bridge Learning Centers introduce a new and exciting theme to explore with the children in our care. All activities are created and designed to provide quality learning experiences, while also supporting each child’s growth and independent education. Every activity we do with the children falls in line with Georgia Early Learning and […]

Parents Night Out

Parents Night Out

Several times per year, The Bridge Learning Centers host Parents Night Out. Parents Night Out is a FREE night of extra childcare so the parents can enjoy some adult-time with friends, a special someone, or just all by themselves. Everyone deserves “me” time, however you choose to spend it! This month, we decided to partner […]

Donuts for Dads

Donuts for Dads

The Bridge Learning Centers recently celebrated Father’s Day by hosting a breakfast for all of our dads! We invited dads to join their child for a donut breakfast, where they also received a special gift from their sons and daughters. We love that our parents are so involved in their child’s early education at The […]

Dear Santa,

Dear Santa,

December 7th was National Letter Writing Day, so The Bridge Learning Centers all decided to write letters to Santa! It seems as if every student wants an iPad, iPod or Kindle for Christmas. What ever happened to dolls, Legos and a pony? I suppose they can have and play with all of those things “virtually” […]