TODDLERS
15 MTHS - 2YEARS
TODDLERS
15 MTHS - 2YEARS
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Building on our infant program, our toddler program continues to provide children with a safe, nurturing environment that’s oriented around further developing children’s academic, social-emotional, and physical skills.

DISCOVERING YOURSELF PROGRAM

In our Discovering Yourself Program our teachers build a strong, and caring relationship with each child while stimulating their growth and development guided by our core values. These values keep us accountable to our families and ensure the best education for all of our students. Children’s Land constructs its facilities and curriculum with the intent to aid each child into becoming a caring, independent, and compassionate individual. As we care for our toddlers, we will develop their capacity both physically and socially-emotionally. This is a crucial stage for kids to start building their identities, self-esteem, and friendships.

DISCOVERING YOURSELF PROGRAM

In our Discovering Yourself Program our teachers build a strong, and caring relationship with each child while stimulating their growth and development guided by our core values. These values keep us accountable to our families and ensure the best education for all of our students. Children’s Land constructs its facilities and curriculum with the intent to aid each child into becoming a caring, independent, and compassionate individual. As we care for our toddlers, we will develop their capacity both physically and socially-emotionally. This is a crucial stage for kids to start building their identities, self-esteem, and friendships.

CURRICULUM

  • Exploring and sorting objects by shape, color and size with prompts
  • Listening to stories and answering comparison questions
  • Following simple directions, like placing objects “in,” “on” or “under” other objects
  • Learning to follow directions through activities

LANGUAGE AND COMUNICATION

  • Focus on developing social and academic language
  • Learning new simple words or phrases in English, Spanish, and/or Russian
  • Handling books, answering questions, drawing pictures
  • Naming and identifying items
  • Daily opportunities for cooperative play with other children

SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL GROWTH

  • Developing pride in accomplishments
  • Understanding emotions through songs
  • Learning how to take turns and play alongside classmates
  • Developing independence by spending time completing activities and playing alongside peers

MOTOR SKILLS

  • Learning to feed themselves with utensils and drink from cups during lunch and snack time
  • Dressing themselves while playing dress-up and getting ready for our Winter and Summer shows
  • Improving coordination, running, and jumping, through activities such as dance and obstacle courses
  • Practicing throwing, catching and kicking with various games in the classroom and multi-purpose room

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