On the Move
If the toddler hasn’t already started walking, our caregivers will support his or her
newly found movement until he or she is steady on his or her feet.
When toddlers begin to move, their caregiver will be close behind to provide necessary support. While all the caregivers will have interactions with them, the majority of interactions will be shared between each toddler and a primary caregiver.
Exploring with the Senses
From painting to singing and cooing with the toddler, we encourage the children to use all of their senses to learn. Simple, yet educational activities are key to the overall well-being and growth. The child’s caregiver will observe each child as they explore the world around them and will include sensory exploration activities in their daily experiences
Social Development at a Young Age
Especially with children at this age, our caregivers realize the importance of the behaviours they are modelling. We stress on using “please” and “thank you,” taking turns, following instructions, and considering others. In this classroom, the child will learn
how to make friends, share toys, and master other important socio-emotional skills.
Language / Cognitive Development
Our Toddler Room reading learning centre is filled with books,letter cards, puppets and more to aid the children in language development. Our teachers work with the toddlers as they gain vocabulary in order to express themselves.
Gross Motor Development
Exploring outside is a favourite activity for most toddlers and our special toddler age-appropriate playgrounds make running and playing both fun-filled and safe.
Our teachers will help the children master and develop balance and muscle control.