Six classroom areas offer increasingly mobile children a variety of learning experiences, as they grow, explore, and discover.
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Caring. That’s what we do. In our educational daycare setting, infants and toddlers will explore developmental milestones, as we nurture and prepare them for Preschool. Using our exclusive, milestone-based curriculum, Learn from the Start™, intentional planning, and regular assessments, our teachers create experiences to meet the children’s developmental needs.
There is so much energy and excitement at this age, that they have their own verb for it. Toddling is a natural part of growth and learning, and these children are given the space to move, to develop physical skills, and to master emerging milestones, under nurturing guidance from their teachers.
Our Toddler programs offer active little ones:
Stretch, climb, crawl, walk, jump! Children learn to use muscles and bodies as they develop fine and gross motor skills, balance, and coordination.
Blocks, puzzles, and building materials introduce early science concepts (such as movement and balance).
Providing an outlet for creative expression through painting, drawing, crafting, etc., as well as sensory exploration of different textures and materials.
Children develop critical-thinking skills, body awareness, and understanding of the world through make-believe and pretend play.
Children develop language skills through reading, telling and acting out stories, and talking with adults.
A space designed for quality alone time, when a child needs to by themselves relax in a safe, quiet place.
Children continue to work on milestones, guided by our Learn from the Start™ curriculum. Their energy is channeled into specific learning experiences that address the highly active nature of this age group. We also remain focused on these five main developmental areas:
Growing more independent and exploring the world around them, while developing the ability to solve problems.
Beginning to understand their world, while thinking critically and creatively.
Developing communication skills by effectively using sounds, expressions, body language, and finally, oral and written language; understanding and responding to communication with others.
Communicating positively with young children helps them to develop confidence and to build constructive relationships with others.
Dr. Susan Canizares
Building awareness of health and safety concepts, while learning to coordinate and control large and small muscle movements.
Starting to interact with others and increasing awareness of themselves and their emotions; understanding relationships with others, including family, friends, community members.