Toddlers are always on the go! Our toddler classrooms provide a safe environment where your child can explore and learn. Teachers promote self-care skills such as feeding, cleaning, and dressing. We also support your child’s large motor development and hand-eye coordination through a variety of activities such as kicking balls, tossing, writing, drawing, and lacing.
Our toddler program includes:
- Free meals and snacks
- Activities that encourage language, thinking, and motor skills development
- Opportunities to touch, taste, look at, listen to, smell, and manipulate objects
- Free diapers, training pants, and wipes (some locations)
Your Toddler’s Day
Toddlers discover new things about their world every day. Your child’s day is filled with opportunities to explore and gain important skills. A sample schedule includes time for: meals with peers, free and structured play, music, art, quiet time, sleep time, and outdoor play. Throughout the day diapers are checked and potty time is provided for kids who are training.
Communication with Parents
Parents should provide useful information about their child to the teacher in the morning. At the end of the day you’ll receive a daily report with information on your child’s day. The sheet provides information on specific child care information, such as:
- The amount of food they ate
- How much they slept
- Potty use and diaper changes
- School readiness progress in five developmental areas
- Learning activities your child participated in during the day
- Important reminders of items to bring or other information
Every child is special and we take pride in providing the care and experiences your toddler needs to transition into our preschool classroom.