Diverse learning experiences offer children the opportunity to move, explore, and discover, throughout six distinct classroom areas.
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Achievement starts early. Balancing nurturing care with an exclusive, milestone-based curriculum, Learn from the Start™, we create an early education and daycare experience for infants and toddlers to be ready for Preschool—and beyond. Experienced teachers use intentional planning and regular assessments to explore what children are ready to learn.
Energy. Excitement. Motion. These are the qualities that define a toddler and they are used in this program to power positive learning experiences. With plenty of room to move and explore, toddlers are provided nurturing guidance to develop physical skills and master emerging milestones.
Toddlers in this program will experience:
Stretching, climbing, jumping, crawling, and walking are all ways for children to work on fine and gross motor skills, balance, and coordination.
Building with blocks or other materials and assembling puzzles allow children to learn early science concepts (including movement and balance).
Children develop their senses by exploring different materials and textures. They express themselves through painting, drawing, crafting, and more.
Make-believe play enables the development of critical-thinking skills, body awareness, and an increased understanding of the world.
Communicating with trusted adults, enjoying books, sharing and acting out stories all help children to develop language skills.
At times, children need to be by themselves and this quiet place can be found here, as children are provided the opportunity to relax by themselves, as needed.
Our Learn from the Start™ curriculum continues to guide milestone development and define learning experiences in this classroom. We address the specific needs of these active little learners and maintain a focus on five key developmental areas:
Developing independence through exploring the world around them, and building problem-solving abilities.
Developing an understanding of their world, as they learn to think critically and creatively.
Effective communication abilities are strengthened using sounds, expressions, body language, and finally, oral and written language; responding to and understanding others.
Communicating positively with young children helps them to develop confidence and to build constructive relationships with others.
Dr. Susan Canizares
Learning to coordinate and control large and small muscle movements; building an understanding of health and safety concepts.
Developing an understanding of their own emotions and their relationships with others, such as family, friends and community members; learning to interact with others and developing self-awareness.