Explore. Discover. Grow. The six areas of this classroom provide ample opportunity for children to be active and learn new things.
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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.
Toddlers are full of energy and excitement, so we make sure that it all gets directed into positive early education learning experiences. In this program, they are given the space to move, explore, and discover new things, as they develop their growing physical skills and master several emerging milestones.
We’re proud to offer a unique program for toddlers with:
Activities for developing fine and gross motor skills, balance, and coordination are explored. It’s time to crawl, walk, stretch, climb, and jump!
Let’s build something! Early science concepts (balance, movement, etc.) are discovered with blocks, puzzles, and building materials.
Express yourself. Painting, drawing, and more help children explore creative expression and sensory exploration of different materials, textures.
It’s make-believe time! Here, children develop critical-thinking skills, body awareness, and the ability to make sense of their world.
We love reading, sharing, and acting out stories, plus conversations with trusted adults—all these help children develop language skills.
Shhh! Sometimes you need a break. This quiet, safe space offers children the opportunity to have some quality alone time, as necessary.
Active learning experiences are designed to keep pace with the needs of these little learners on the move, while milestone development is still guided by our Learn from the Start™ curriculum, with a focus on five key developmental areas:
How to solve problems, explore the world, and become more independent.
How to think critically and creatively and understand the world.
How to communicate effectively with sounds, expressions, body language, and finally, oral and written language; how to understand and communicate with others.
Communicating positively with young children helps them to develop confidence and to build constructive relationships with others.
Dr. Susan Canizares
How to coordinate and control large and small muscle movements; how to increase awareness of health and safety concepts.
How to interact with others; how to increase awareness of themselves and their emotions; how to understand relationships with others, such as family, friends, community members.