Toddler Program (24 months – 36 months)
At this earliest age, children strive to make sense of the world around them. Our curriculum and classroom layout provide a safe environment to explore, engage, and be autonomous. It is a time when our teachers guide students through age-appropriate group activities and self-directed learning centers. Storytime reinforces the joy and wonder of books and literacy. Manipulatives and puzzles are available each day to enhance eye-hand coordination and problem-solving skills. Dramatic play, music, and movement are an important part of learning at this age. The act of pretending encourages creativity, social interaction, and language development. As the children grow and mature, they become more independent, assume simple responsibilities, and continue to build a love for learning.
Our teachers communicate with parents to ensure we are working together on important milestones such as potty training and language development and also to ensure your child’s daily needs are met. We utilize a Reggio-inspired Teaching Strategies curriculum to guide your child’s natural curiosity into meaningful learning experiences.
The toddler classroom provides a structured daily schedule to help your young child learn. Each classroom provides opportunities for structured activities, story and circle time, music and movement, guided play, meal times, and a rest time.
Curriculum and Learning:
Our Monthly curriculum Calendar gives parents a part of each day’s lessons. Daily Lesson Plans engage your toddler in the following areas:
- Social Skills
- Gross Motor
- Fine Motor
- Outdoor Play
- Math Concepts & Manipulatives
- Group Story Time
- Yoga and Mindfulness
If you have any further questions or inquiries, let us know!