Developing Self-Help Skills & Independence 

Our toddler program is designed to help children develop self-help skills and independence. The environment is set up so that children have a variety of activities that are structured and unstructured. We work with toddlers to develop fine and gross motor skills, social-emotional development, cognitive skills, and language development.

Children Have A Growing Need For Independence

We are sure to give them their space to develop their autonomy while fostering safety and security. Toddlers are growing and learning at a fast pace, we understand that routines give toddlers a sense of security. Toddlers follow a schedule and we continue to foster independence as they are ready for new experiences. When it comes time to start potty training, teachers will work closely with you and your child to meet your needs.

  • Center Open- 8:30 Good Morning, Breakfast from Home, Free Choice Centers
  • 9:00 am Snack Time
  • 9:15 am Diaper Changes/ Potty Time
  • 9:30 Outdoor Play Gross Motor
  • 10:15 Sensory/Art
  • 11:00 Lunchtime
  • 1:45 Diaper Changes/Potty Time
  • 12:30-2:30 Rest Time/Nap
  • 2:30 Diaper Changes/Potty Time
  • 3:00 snack
  • 3:15 Outdoor Play/ Gross Motor
  • 3:45 Music and Movement
  • 4:15 Story Time
  • 4:45- 6 Goodbyes Free Choice Play

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