Happy, engaged and becoming their own person. This is part of what parents and teachers get to see when their child is enrolled in the toddler program.
The focus on autonomy and toilet learning give way to self-confidence and independence as the child successfully masters care of self activities. On a daily basis, the toddlers work on putting on their coat, changing their shoes, cleaning up dishes after mealtime and organizing their classroom. They are taught to be a valuable part of their toddler community and they love engaging in authentic tasks that take place daily.
Language at this age is blossoming and the door to communicating needs and desires is wide open. There are many sensory-motor activities and materials that develop cognitive powers. Their activities are concrete experiences: seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, touching and movement.
We've added a few "real-life" moments for you to get a feel for what a toddler experiences in their day. Enjoy!
"Miss Alexis has been an amazing teacher, she made our transition from home to school very comfortable, very easy. She worked with us in terms of how we can train him, help him get ready for school every day. It has been an amazing experience."