Toddler Program

12 Months - 24 Months
  • Program Overview

  • Toddlers

    At this age children begin to gain more independence, but still have a strong need for one-on-one affection and attention. A more structured schedule is introduced in the toddler room. This helps children feel more secure by providing them with a sense of time and expectation of things to come. Our toddler room is equipped with age-appropriate toys so each child is fully engaged, safe and enjoying each day.

    • Age Group:
      12 Months - 24 Months
    • Class Size:
      Maximum 8 Children
    • Ratio:
      1 Teacher : 4 Children
    Sample Spotlight on Learning
    • Introducing Routine

      Our toddler teachers prepare a weekly Lesson Plan that encourages the children to explore their environment and have experiences that will build upon each other and prepare your child for the next stages of development. Toddlers thrive on routine, and our daily schedule is planned with that in mind. Our daily schedule provides times for outdoor exploration, music and movement, creative experiences, and sensory activities, in addition to diapering, mealtimes and a nap.

    • Fostering Independence

      During toddlerhood, children learn through repetition, in which the toddler will repeat tasks over and over to develop an understanding of cause and effect relationships. This also leads to the discovery of new relationships through exploration and experimentation, the beginning stages of learning to communicate through words and physical mobility. Our caregivers encourage a sense of independence so that toddlers feel secure in exploring these new stages.

    • Parent Communication

      Daily reports are written for each child and sent home at the end of the day. On our Daily report you will find information about how your child ate and slept, as well as documentation on all diaper changes and the learning experiences of the day. Pictures taken by our caregivers are sent via email for you to enjoy while at work! These photos are also used for portfolios and in the classroom to create an environment that is familiar to the children. Parent Teacher Conferences are held twice a year to discuss the developmental checklist for toddlers, go through your child’s developmental portfolio and be available to address any questions or concerns you may have.

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