The Bermuda Onions Class consists of children ranging from four (4) years in age through five (5) years of age. We ask parents to provide breakfast, lunch, a morning and two afternoon snacks. A refrigerator and microwave is located onsite for an added convenience.  The administrative team of Onionpatch Infant care has designed an approved curriculum program specifically geared for this age group. 

This is an extension of the Pearl Onions program further promoting skills used in the primary classroom but also recognizes the growing physical, intellectual, and social competence of school-age children who are eager to explore the social world and discover how the adult world works. They want to make things, build things, act out new dramatic possibilities, explore computers and books, construct imaginary worlds with dolls or Legos and most important, not be given more of the same and be treated like "little kids." They want to discover who they are and pursue their interests. The Bermuda Onions program reinforces their drive to learn with new challenges and opportunities to get out into the world.


The Bermuda Onions Class enjoys outside time in the morning and afternoon hours.  A Progress Report is also sent home twice a year.  Not only does this report provide Onionpatch Infant care the opportunity to reevaluate our curriculum program, it allows the parents to understand the developmental and academic stages of their child.  The staff to toddler ratio is 1:10.

Each classroom has been designed to ensure your child is never out of sight or out of touch with his/her caregiver.


The outdoor environment has been designed to allow children to explore and play together as they begin their understanding of socially appropriate behavior.


Time to focus on individual fine motor skills and specific areas of interest for each time has also been incorporated. Your toddler will thrive while enjoying creative play and interaction in an environment that builds visual, verbal and physical development as well as artistic fun and expression.


We seek to fulfill and promote basic indicators of positive developmental advancement including:

  • Stands on one foot for ten seconds or longer
  • Swings, climbs
  • May be able to skip
  • Recalls part of a story
  • Speaks sentences of more than five words
  • Tells longer stories
  • Says name and address
  • Copies triangle and other geometric patterns
  • Draws person with body
  • Prints some letters
  • Dresses and undresses without assistance
  • Uses fork, spoon, and (sometimes) a table knife
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