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An appropriate program for toddlers provides a balance between a toddler’s conflicting needs for security and for independence. Caregivers respond to toddlers’ struggles to become independent by allowing them to make simple choices and to do things for themselves. Treating each child as an individual is critical at this time in their lives, and encouraging independence helps each child start developing his or her full creative potential.

What’s included?

Low child-to-staff ratio
Individual language and vocabulary development
Valuable learning interactions with teacher and child
Developing independence and confidence
Excellent potty training assistance
Socialization

Cross Curriculum Learning  
Sensory
Science
Manipulatives and blocks
Creative Arts
Language and vocabulary building
Literacy foundations
Dramatic play
Introduction to numbers
Fine motor development

Daily Group Time  
Stories
Rhythm
Music and Movement
Songs and finger plays
Shapes
Colors
Letter and Number Recognition

Outdoor Play
Physical Development
Gross Motor Skills
CPR and first aid certified teachers
Daily communication parents
Open door policy