Toddlers / 2’s

At this age, children are meeting new challenges as fast as they come. Crawling, walking and eventually running are levels they accomplish in what seems like a blink of an eye. Children learn best if they are in a stimulating environment. Music, stories, outdoor play, and learning simplicities envelop much of the day. Our caregivers are dedicated in helping each child develop these skills through a trusting and loving relationship. A parental daily report is given to update each family on meal times, nap times, toilet training and all activities accomplished each day.


Toddler Classroom – Goals and Objectives

Social/Emotional Development – To learn about self and others

  1. Trusts known, caring adults
  2. Regulates own behavior
  3.  Manages own feelings
  4. Responds to others’ feelings with growing empathy
  5. Plays with other children
  6. Learns to be a member of a group
  7.  Uses personal care skills

Physical Development – To learn about moving

  1.  Demonstrates basic gross motor skills
  2. Demonstrates basic find motor skills

Cognitive Development – To learn about the world

  1.  Sustains attention
  2. Understands how objects can be used
  3. Shows a beginning understanding of cause and effect
  4. Shows a beginning understanding that things can be grouped
  5. Engages in pretend play

Language Development – To learn about communicating

  1. Develops receptive language
  2. Develops expressive language
  3. Participates in conversations
  4. Enjoys books and being read to
  5. Shows an awareness of pictures and print