Toddlers will use their bodies, senses, and emerging problem-solving skills in this classroom. Learning experiences are designed to engage the natural curiosity and creativity of the age group. We balance individual attention with group experiences and ensure your toddler’s energy is channeled into fun and positive learning opportunities.
Our classrooms are designed to encourage exploration and promote cognitive, physical, social-emotional and language development. There are designated areas for playing, learning, sleeping, eating, and diapering, as well as general areas that meet your child’s need to:
Move: Here children can use their muscles and bodies for crawling, climbing, jumping, dancing, and playing games. This increases their physical coordination skills and is a one of the ways in which young children make cerebral connections.
Explore & Express: This area is designated for sensory exploration and creative expression. We encourage children to experiment with child safe materials such as crayons, paint, water, sand and modeling dough, etc.
Relax: Research shows many behavioral problems in children stem from emotionally overwhelming social situations. Our rooms are designed to be quiet and cozy places where children and teachers can read books, tell stories, or have conversations.
Your child’s journey on the School Readiness Pathway begins here, as he or she interacts with the world and develops the skills to further their development and education.
We emphasize your child’s development, rather than specific age because all children grow and learn at their own unique pace. Activities are designed to address the individual needs and abilities of the child in each classroom.
This program specializes in:
Language development and communication
Physical development and health
Social and emotional development.
Individual and group experiences allow children to interact with others as well as their environment. Additionally, classrooms have been specially designed to be comforting as well as stimulating to further maximize teacher-child interactions and learning.