| TODDLER |

18 to 36 months

ALWAYS ON THE MOVE

Our program is designed to challenge a toddler's sense of exploration and to capture their young love of learning. Toddler classrooms at TCW are a blend of active stimulating play coupled with opportunities to participate in quiet play such as story time and art. Through the use of music, stories and games, toddlers learn to participate in activities that help expand their interest in learning, develop self-help skills and teach the concept of sharing. Toddlers are building a picture of what they can do and what they think and feel. Your child is learning about his or herself, other people, and how to communicate.

Our program provides developmentally appropriate activities and materials that stimulate young children’s growing minds and to help them answer these questions about who they are and what they can accomplish. They need predictable routines, consistent limits to keep them safe, and many opportunities to practice new skills on their own. Our goal is to have your child develop the self-confidence and self-esteem they need to be successful and to feel good about themselves.

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TODDLERS ARE DRIVEN TO EXPLORE & DISCOVER WITH BOUNDLESS ENERGY.

TODDLER CURRICULUM

INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

Teachers are dedicated to meeting the needs of each toddler by reinforcing the development of self-help and self-regulation skills through our workshop ways.

 COMMUNICATION

Photos are sent throughout the day to provide peace of mind and electronic daily notes to track, meals, sleep, diapers and potty training success.

ACTIVITIES

We organize small group activities, teacher directed learning experiences, and one-on-one learning experiences that focus on the different learning domains.

SAFE ENVIRONMENT

Our safe, nurturing and relaxed environments are designed to satisfy the drive for toddlers to explore and discover new things.

LANGUAGE

We focus on early language development and literacy activities, building an understanding of words through books, music and social interactions.

EDUCATION

Hands on multi-sensory experiences, indoor and outdoor physical play for gross motor development, and an introduction to early math & science exploration all create opportunities for positive social interactions and growth.

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