Wobblers

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Our early childhood curriculum is based on the philosophy that children learn best through hands-on experiences and play. Each day is filled with fun activities that excite and help toddlers develop in ways that give them the comfort and confidence to grow and develop both cognitively and socially. In addition to caring for your toddler, everything we do is designed for learning.

The following areas of focus give your child endless opportunities to learn and grow.

Building Brain Power
Toddlers will begin to learn and understand the world around them.
We provide opportunities to identify basic colors and shapes; bring concepts of cause-and-effect to life through storytelling, music, and art; and model and encourage your child to practice sorting and matching.

Communicating With Others
Interacting with teachers and peers is a fundamental skill children need to be successful in life
We use storytelling and word games to help your child practice imitating and responding, asking questions, and following simple directions. We practice naming familiar items; and support vocabulary development.

Making New Friends
The social and emotional development of your toddler will be nurtured every day.
We encourage interactions with other children in group activities; guide the development of sharing and listening skills; model how to express emotions appropriately; and guide your child to learn classroom routines.

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Individual talents will be explored and encouraged.
We encourage pretending and role-playing through dramatic play. We support individual expression through participation in group activities; and promote self-expression through art and music.

Growing a Healthy Body
Toddlers will gain an awareness of their own bodies and healthy ways to take care of themselves.
We teach body parts through stories, song, and rhyme. We promote self-care skills such as feeding, cleaning, and dressing; and support large-motor development and eye-hand coordination through a variety of activities such as kicking balls, tossing, writing, drawing, and lacing.