The Toddler Daycare classroom is a friendly learning setting that focuses on your two-year-old's development of new skills. Their use of language grows every day, during the same period when scientific reasoning and mathematical abilities begin to appear. Our “Learning Without Tears” curriculum ensures the enjoyable mastering of individual skills and realizing new interests in academics through creative thinking, art expressions, and outdoor learning, all the while at play.
About the Toddler Daycare Program
- Our Toddler Daycare Program is designed for two-year-olds
- Ratio is 11 students to one teacher, and every teacher has an assistant
- Our “Learning Without Tears” curriculum concentrates on fine motor skills
Toddler Daycare Hours
- Monday - Friday, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
- Extended Day hours begin at 8:00 am and end at 5:00 pm
- Please refer to our Toddler Daycare pricing for more information.
Two-year-olds are terrific, truly awesome, and yes, energetic!
- are, oh wow! talking, walking, climbing, jumping, running, overflowing with energy (often more than YOU have!)
- have a rapidly growing vocabulary, acquiring new words every day
- can sort shapes, colors, and different categories of things
- may show a great interest in potty training (or not!)
- have BIG feelings, are capable of tantrums
- use simple sentences, engage in pretend play
- are independent and use new thinking skills
- know they are separate beings from others
As always, we read, read, read to our two's. They love to witness and cause actions and reactions, love to throw things up to see them come down, turn lights on and off, open and close cabinet doors. As they move in age toward turning three, they are likely to become more rigid and demanding, oppositional and quite difficult. They have learned the power of "NO" and use it!
Girls tend to develop slightly faster than boys, and they may move through certain developmental milestones more quickly. They love repetition and sameness, and like to repeat your words back to you. They learn social and emotional readiness skills and recognize sounds that match with marks they make on paper. We believe routines work best with this age group, and try to maintain a regular schedule. Toilet training generally takes place during this year.
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