Baby Care

Learning space in a loving environment for your baby


Our Director Katia Horner talks to you in more detail

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One-on-one attention

  • Permanent communication to attend to each baby according to their own needs.
  • Daily reports that include learnings and daily activities.
  • Constant parent interviews where we establish areas of opportunity and create a support plan for the baby's development.

Professional experience

  • Highly qualified personnel for each area:
    - Childcare

    - Nursing
    - Pedagogy
    - Psychology
    - Nutrition
  • Records of incorporation to the National Health and Education Secretaries.

Security Protocols

  • Entrance and exit protocols.
  • 24/7 surveillance cameras in all areas.
  • Security guard.
  • Civil Protection Program.


  • We have 3 schedules:
    - From 8:30 am to 1:45 pm.

    - From 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.
    - From 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Safe and conditioned facilities for your baby

  • Restricted access.
  • Safe children reception within the facilities.
  • Direct elevator from the parking to the nursery.
  • Suitable and safe areas for each of the baby's stages.

We help you in the parenting process

Being a parent is your most important life project. At Real Kids, our specialists will help you go through the process.


Nutrition program


We have a child nutritionist who plans balanced menus for your baby according to each stage.

The nutrition program includes four daily meals: breakfast, lunch, and two snacks.

We cover all sanitary and hygiene standards in our kitchen area, having constant supervision.

The Baby Care extended schedule fee includes food.



Sleep Therapy




Children who get enough quality sleep develop better.


In Real Kids Pedregal we develop good sleeping habits, and music has an effect that makes kids feel relaxed and happy.

  • Appropriate lighting.
  • Staff surveillance.
  • Lugar seguro y adecuado para su descanso.


Information about our tuition

Registration, tuition and admission exam prices.


Open admissions

We have places available request an appointment and get to know:

  • Admission profile
  • Requirements
  • Admission process

  • From newborn to 3-month-old babies
  • 3 to 6 months
  • 6 to 9 months
  • 9 to 12 months

From newborn to 1 month

  • What do I feel?
    I calm down with people who offer me love and attention.
  • What do I hear?
    If someone talks to me I watch the lips that move in front of me and respond by making movements with my mouth and tongue.
  • What do I think?
    I try to imitate facial gestures.
    I explore the space closest to my crib.

From 1 to 2 months

  • What do I feel?
    I recognize mom and distinguish other people. I express my discomfort by crying.
  • What do I hear?
    If you speak to me from a short distance, I answer you with movements and guttural sounds. I start to make sounds: Ee, Aa, Uu, Oo
  • What do I think?
    I begin to anticipate routine activities. I get excited when it's time to eat.

From 2 to 3 months

  • What do I feel?
    I feel happy and safe in the company of my loved ones. If I am happy, I express excitement with my whole body.
  • What do I hear?
    If someone speaks to me, I respond with noises, hisses, and babbles.
  • What do I think?
    I recognize smells, tastes, sounds, and even faces. Routines and orders help me.

From 3 to 4 months

  • What do I feel?
    I react with a smile in front of the human face.
    I respond to different affective stimuli: tickling, smiling, and voice.
  • What do I hear?
    I make new sounds: Na, na, Ga, ga, Ba, ba, Agú
    I apply the conversation rules: I hear, I answer, I wait for an answer.

From 4 to 5 months

  • What do I feel?
  • I smile constantly at people around me. I experience sudden mood swings.
  • What do I hear?
    I scream for attention and to get to hear myself. I like to repeat the simple sounds that adults make.
  • What do I think?
    I watch as an object is hidden from me and I wait for it to reappear from the opposite side. I change fast from one activity to other.

From 5 to 6 months

  • What do I feel?
  • I cling to my mother as the main caregiver and to my favorite toy. I look for and miss the adult when he/she is not there and I begin to show rejection in front of strangers.
  • What do I hear?
    I make new sounds: Ss, Ff, Zz and I chain simple syllables: Maaa, Baaa. I imitate sounds that I hear around me.
  • What do I think?
    I chain activities: I extend my hand and take objects to get them close to my mouth.

From 6 to 7 months

  • What do I feel?
  • Emotionally I'm very unstable and change easily from laughing to crying and vice versa. Routines give me security and chances make me angry.
  • What do I hear?
    I make rhythmic sounds, babble, and sing. I scream and repeat sounds and syllables because I love to hear myself. Sometimes, I repeat the ending of the words I hear my fathers say. I turn around when people call me by my name.
  • What do I think?
    I can remember things that have happened before, I already have a little memory.

From 7 to 8 months

  • What do I feel?
  • I get interested in adults and other boys and girls. I am very affectionate, I give kisses, I extend my arms to known people for they carrying me, and I caress toys.
    I show myself shy and fearful in front of strangers, and it anguishes me to be separated from my parents.
  • What do I hear?
    I babble syllabic sounds ("ba", "mi", "tu"). I communicate a lot through gestures and facial expressions.
  • What do I think?
    I'm beginning to understand that a thing can exist even if I don't see it.

From 8 to 9 months

  • What do I feel?
  • I know things I like and things I don't like. I am becoming more self-aware, therefore I assert my will more: I act lazy if someone takes away a toy, I demand to continue playing what I like, etc.
  • What do I hear?
    I'm starting to learn words. When I double syllables casually, I say my first words (mi-mi; pan-pan; tu-tu; ba-ba...)
    I follow simple instructions and I understand the meaning of the word "no".
  • What do I think?
    I react when I see my own image in the mirror.
    I imitate actions and games such as clapping, waving goodbye, etc.

From 9 to 10 months

  • What do I feel?
    I like jokes.
    I like sharing activities with my parents.
    I identify known people.
  • What do I hear?
    I can imitate the sounds made by some animals
    I understand prohibition.
  • What do I think?
    I concentrate for a long time on activities that interest me.
    I control daily routines and I like to participate in them.


From 10 to 11 months

  • What do I feel?
    I like to "act" for others if I get their approval.
    I already offer less resistance when I have to be separated from my parents.
  • What do I hear?
    I pronounce syllables that begin with simple consonants like Pp, Gg, Cc.
  • What do I think?
    I like to disassemble objects and examine them well.
    I'm a great imitator.

From 11 to 12 months

  • What do I feel?
    I experience a wide range of emotions: fear, surprise, anger, excitement, and fault.
    I feel good with other boys and girls.
    I give kisses if someone asks me for them, but not if I don't want to do it.
  • What do I hear?
    I say some words that have a meaning for me, although I don't pronounce them right.
    I nod and shake my head in response to simple questions.
  • What do I think?
    I play to match pieces.
    I build two blocks of towers.
    If I repeat actions, I introduce variants.
    I experiment with the cause and effect of my actions.