Toddler: 24 months – 36 months
Our Toddler Program is a play-based program that focuses on the child’s language skills, social skills, and self-help skills, as well as providing each child with the foundation for a positive self-image. The program uses developmentally appropriate practices incorporating structures, unstructured activities, and positive discipline techniques to reach these goals.
Includes the child’s experience, expression, and management of emotions and the ability to establish positive and rewarding relationships with others.
Language Development includes a wide range of specific competencies that preschool children will need support to learn including listening and speaking, reading, writing.
Physical-Motor Development includes balance, locomotor skills, manipulative skills, body awareness, spatial awareness, directional awareness, and active participation.
Cognitive Development focuses on a child’s ability to process information, conceptual resources, perceptual skill, language learning, and other aspects of brain development.
Key cultural awareness of identity characteristics
During the first years of life, babies and young children acquire the skills necessary for healthy growth and development, setting the stage for later success in school and life. These skills are acquired through relationships with family members and other significant caregivers. Children need nurturing, responsive and loving care to inspire their initiative, curiosity, and hunger to learn. They also need help from their parents and well-trained professionals when struggling. Not all children develop at the same rate, and the above guidelines may not apply to your particular child. Consult with your pediatrician if you have any concerns.