As children become more mobile, this classroom offers exciting opportunities for exploration and discovery, through a variety of learning experiences.
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This is much more than just daycare. Using Learn from the Start™, our exclusive curriculum for early education, infants and toddlers will start preparing for Preschool and explore key developmental milestones. Intentional planning and regular assessments enable teachers to create experiences based on what children are ready to learn.
Energy and excitement are a natural part of growth and learning. We channel that energy into positive learning experiences, giving toddlers plenty of room to move and explore. We provide nurturing guidance as they develop physical skills and master emerging milestones.
In this program, children are provided with:
Using muscle and bodies to stretch, climb, jump, crawl and walk; develop fine and gross motor skills, balance, and coordination.
Early science concepts (such as movement and balance) are explored through blocks, puzzles, and building materials.
Sensory exploration (with different materials and textures) and creative expression (painting, drawing, etc.).
Engaging in make-believe play helps children develop critical-thinking skills, body awareness, and an ability to make sense of the world.
Reading books, telling and acting out stories, and conversing with trusted adults to develop language skills.
A safe, quiet place in the classroom for children to relax by themselves and spend some quality alone time, as needed.
Learning experiences in this classroom address the evolving developmental needs of this increasingly mobile age group, while milestone development continues to be guided by our Learn from the Start™ curriculum. We also remain focused on these five main developmental areas:
The ability to solve problems, explore the world around them, become more independent.
The ability to think critically and creatively and understand their world.
The ability to communicate effectively using sounds, expressions, body language, and finally, oral and written language; ability to understand and respond to the communication of others.
Communicating positively with young children helps them to develop confidence and to build constructive relationships with others.
Dr. Susan Canizares
The ability to coordinate and control large and small muscle movements; increasing awareness of health and safety concepts.
The ability to interact with others and their increasing awareness of themselves and their emotions; understanding of their relationships with others, such as family, friends and community members.