Our teachers are dedicated in helping each child develop socially and emotionally by establishing trusting and loving relationships with them. Throughout the day, we provide opportunities for pretend play which is important in building language and teaching toddlers how to interact with others. When children take on roles, they develop their own ideas and stories, express feelings, and display creativity. Our teachers aid them in this process and also help them to resolve conflicts, follow directions, and make good choices.
Core math skills are taught within a more structured approach to learning math and to extend learning beyond shapes and colors. Students begin to sort, match, count objects, and complete basic addition and subtraction activities. A Beka, a nationally recognized curricular program, is continued in our toddlers class. Teachers engage children in phonics, language development, vocabulary and featured stories. We also utilize A Beka’s Christian materials to highlight children’s bible stories to enhance character development.
Our toddler suites are filled with age appropriate toys and books that are explored independently by students during center time. Parental daily reports are provided to update families with meal and nap times, potty training and all activities accomplished each day.