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When you’re an active, enthusiastic 2-year-old, the world is your playground! We funnel that enthusiasm into chances to learn, grow, and build confidence and independence. Through our early education program, we offer our 2-year-old learners:
This one-of-a-kind classroom environment was designed especially for one-of-a-kind children who are ready to move, explore, grow, and learn every single day. In this classroom, six unique learning centers provide regular opportunities for exploration, discovery, and enjoyment.
Let's move! Build gross motor skills (jump, climb, dance) in a safe place.
Get cozy. It's time to read, share stories, play with puppets, and discover early writing materials in a comfortable, quiet space.
Express yourself. A variety of art supplies, observations tools, and sensory materials (water, sand, fabric, etc.) encourage creative investigations.
Use your imagination. Dressing up and make-believe play are a collaborative experience, where children explore their creativity.
Blocks, puzzles, and other objects are used to encourage children to build, design, and experiment with materials.
It's quiet time. When children need to be quiet, this area allows them to relax by themselves and enjoy some quality alone time.
Our Learn from the Start™ curriculum continues to guide milestone development, with learning experiences specially designed for this active, energetic age group. Children reach key milestones in these five main developmental areas.
How to solve problems, explore the world, and become more independent.
How to think critically and creatively and understand the world.
Milestone: Demonstrates some persistence and creativity in solving a problem.
Desired Outcome: Children develop the ability to solve simple problems.
How to communicate effectively with sounds, expressions, body language, and finally, oral and written language; how to understand and communicate with others.
How to coordinate and control large and small muscle movements; how to increase awareness of health and safety concepts.
Active Bodies, Healthy Brains
Active Bodies, Healthy Brains
Research shows that childhood obesity and attention deficit disorders have been on the rise. Regular physical activity is a great way of keeping your child healthy, both in body, and in mind.
...regular exercise is not only vital to physical development, but also brain development...
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.
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