The world is a playground for active, energetic 2-year-olds. Channeling that enthusiasm into opportunities for growing, learning, building independence, and achieving success is the hallmark of this unique educational program. We offer our 2-year-old learners:
This immersive classroom environment offers plenty of room to move and excel, as children make discoveries and learn new things, while building a strong foundation for future learning success. Six distinct classroom areas keep children busy and engaged throughout the day.
Jump, climb, dance, and develop gross motor skills in a safe space.
Reading, playing with puppets, and exploring early writing are all available in this cozy inviting classroom space.
Using art supplies, observation tools, and sensory materials (fabric, sand, water, etc.) allows children to investigate ideas and express themselves.
Dress-up materials and clothes, accessories, furniture, and housekeeping items offer opportunities for collaborative, imaginative, make-believe play.
Children work with their hands, using blocks, trucks, puzzles, and more to experiment with objects and find new ways to do things.
At times, children need some alone time and this quiet, area gives them the chance to relax by themselves and enjoy some quality time.
Milestone development in this program continues to be guided by our Learn from the Start™ curriculum, while learning experiences are designed to address the specific needs of this very mobile age group. Our focus is on achieving milestones in these five main 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.
Milestone: Demonstrates some persistence and creativity in solving a problem.
Desired Outcome: Children develop the ability to solve simple problems.
Effective communication abilities are strengthened using sounds, expressions, body language, and finally, oral and written language; responding to and understanding others.
Learning to coordinate and control large and small muscle movements; building an understanding of health and safety concepts.
Active Bodies, Healthy Brains
Active Bodies, Healthy Brains
Combating childhood obesity and attention deficit disorders in young children is important. And physical activity can have a positive impact not only on their body, but on their brain.
...regular exercise is not only vital to physical development, but also brain development...
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.
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