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Toddler Program 18 - 30 months


Always On the Move

When your child is all over the place, they are discovering their world. Toddlers learn best in safe, loving places where they can explore, in their own way. The activities for this age group are built around toddlers' limitless curiosity and their natural desire to push boundaries.

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Inside Your Toddler's Day

During their time with us your child will learn to count numbers, discover writing and music, and start building toward following simple instructions, writing, and the potty.


Purposeful Play Is Early Education

Each day is packed with carefully designed activities structured around the six main development areas.


Language and Literacy Development
  • Use one or two words to label objects and express needs and wants.
  • Build an understanding of words through interactions including reading books.
  • Imitate reading behaviors like turning pages and babbling while looking at pictures.
  • Explore writing with scribbles on paper.

Executive Function
  • Remember the location of objects like a specific toy.
  • Follow simple rules some of the time.
  • Watch and imitate how others use objects or complete tasks.
  • Control impulses some of the time.

Social and Emotional Development
  • Show increased interest in interacting with familiar adults.
  • Show increased interest in interacting with other children.
  • Manage emotions independently or with the help of a familiar adult.
  • Notice when other children are upset and try to help them feel better.

Physical Development and Wellness
  • Play games that develop throwing and kicking skills.
  • Show an increasing ability to control their hands.
  • Start to communicate at mealtime using simple words.

Cognitive Development
  • Show interest in counting and start to identify one, two, or three objects.
  • Learn words like up and down and differences in size and volume.
  • Sort and classify objects like helping a teacher make piles of different colored toys.
  • Explore cause and effect by discovering new ways to play with toys.

Creative Expression
  • Create art using materials like crayons and clay.
  • Move creatively with other kids to learn body awareness and build social skills.
  • Enter the world of make believe with simple props like toy phones and puppets.
  • Interact with music through games and simple songs.

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