Learn through sensory experiences that enhance their cognitive, language, motor and social skills. They turn ideas into words and phrases to better express themselves and practice the value of sharing and cooperating through group play, they are are naturally curious.
Toddlers are naturally curious and want to explore the world around them, following a fast moving object, respond to sounds, respond to his or her name. We have designed our classrooms and equipment to support safe exploration so your child has room to discover, build motor skills, and improve coordination.
Toddlers need an environment that is interesting to explore, our teachers will provide that environment to fulfill that emotional and intellectual needs. Our program offers children a variety of fun, stimulating activities, such as matching and sorting, exploring colors, counting, categorizing objects, imitate animal sounds, connect names with objects.
A foundation for reading success begins as early as the first few years of life. Introducing toddlers to books and language nourishes early literacy development. Toddlers focus on first words and phrases, vocabulary development, following simple directions, and identifying and naming familiar items or animals.
As toddlers learn more about themselves and their abilities, they become aware of their social setting. With frequent opportunities for group experiences, they gain an awareness of others and a sense of group identity. Daily group-time incorporates a number of activities, such as songs, games, stories, and more.
Our goal is to make your experience as easy as possible. Parents Handbook, Enrollment & Waiting List Form are listed below