Tours every Thursday from 9-11 a.m.
Toddler I Program
( 16-30 months )
In the toddler program we begin to introduce more routine and structure to children’s activities and daily schedule. Your child will build vocabulary, learn functional numerical skills, and will be encouraged to use simple reasoning to explain everyday occurrences. Our daily activities continue to reinforce age-appropriate social development. Toddlers have many opportunities to physically explore their world inside the classroom and on the playground. They also begin more structured activities, such as learning centers and circle time. Your toddler will begin learning concepts of color and size, and will build their vocabulary. We have experience in helping them adjust to the give and take of the classroom environment.
Language and Literacy
Books, songs and activities help children become comfortable with language and grow their vocabulary
Children start to develop basic self-help skills and begin to socialize by engaging in parallel play
Toddlers sing songs, move to music, and develop fine motor skills by painting and drawing
Toddlers begin to recognize shapes, colors and numbers through toys, games and basic puzzles
Toddlers make major strides in balance, coordination and fine motor skills during their very active days
Science & Social Studies
Children explore texture and speed and identify community helpers and members of their immediate family