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Toddlers

Toddler I

Our Toddler I classroom is for children between the ages of 2 to 3 years. The children begin to have a more structured day which prepares the for our Toddler II classroom. In the Toddler I class, our curriculum expands by continuing teaching of colors, numbers, and shapes, increasing vocabulary, counting and conducting art projects.

Curriculum

In our toddler classroom we encourage each child to learn how to make choices. We have designed the classrooms in such a way that each child can learn on an individual basis by choosing a work to engage in. In the toddler classrooms we will continue to focus on the six developmental domains.

We will develop math/cognitive, sensory, art, motor skills, and must and movement. Our staff will implement lesson plans that will increase their developing skills in a variety of age appropriate activities. Each morning and afternoon the children will participate in group time which they will work on recognizing shapes, colors, numbers, and letters. They will also introduce the calendar and weather elements. In addition, we will encourage healthy social interactions by making sure each child is aware of their friends feelings and helping them to engage in constructive play with other children.

The children will be exploring the outside world with outside playtime, both in the morning and afternoon (weather permitting). The children will enjoy a wonderful playground with age appropriate equipment where they can climb, run, and ride bikes.

Toddler I Supplies Required

  • Parents must bring diapers, and an appropriate drink bottle for each child in the Toddler I classroom. The staff will communicate when supplies are low.
  • Parents are asked to bring multiple changes of seasonal appropriate clothes for infants. This will allow the staff to provide the optimal level of comfort for your child in case any accidents occur.

Toddler II

The Toddler II room is for children between the ages of 3 to 4 years. The classroom is more structured and includes both group exercises and teacher lead activities. The children work on life skills, puzzles, social skills language arts, arts and craft, music, colors, numbers, shapes and etc. Children begin the toilet training process, with parent participation, in the Toddler II room.

Curriculum

In our Toddler II classroom we encourage each child to learn how to make choices. We have designed the classroom in such a way that each child can learn on an individual basis by choosing a center to engage in. In the toddler classroom we will continue to focus on the six developmental domains.

We will develop these domains by implementing age appropriate activities in the following areas: language arts, math/cognitive, science/sensory, art, motor skills and music and movement.

The staff will implement lesson plans that will increase their developing skills in a variety of age appropriate activities. Each morning and afternoon the children will participate in group time in which they will work on recognizing shapes, colors, numbers, and letters. They will also introduce the calendar and weather elements. In addition, we will encourage healthy social interactions by making sure each child is aware of their friends feelings and helping them to engage in constructive play with other children.  The children will be exploring the outside world with outside playtime, both in the morning and afternoon (weather permitting).

Toddler II Supplies Required

  • Parents must bring diapers (if child is not yet potty trained.  The staff will communicate when supplies are low.
  • Parents are asked to bring multiple changes of seasonal appropriate clothes for Toddlers. This will allow the staff to provide the optimal level of comfort for your child in case any accidents occur.