Toddler

The toddler age range is crucial for the growth and development of children’s potential. Our Toddler Curriculum focuses on developing a trusting relationship between the teacher, children, and families. We guide children according to this framework through a variety of activities in a nurturing space.

  • Develop self-esteem and personal awareness through positive reinforcement

Free play and guided activities provide opportunities for toddlers to develop personal awareness from their interactions. During Activity Center Time, they can freely choose an activity that they want to participate in. It allows them to practice independence when it comes to making decisions, with the guidance of an adult. Accomplishing a task by themselves helps hone their self-esteem and encourages them to participate the next time.

  • Develop communication skills

We promote a learning environment where children are encouraged to express through verbal and nonverbal cues. By exploring their environment, they can build the foundation they need to effectively communicate—by listening and responding. During Circle Time, children can practice self-regulation, develop listening skills, and improve their attention span. Here, they listen to stories, sing songs, and take turns talking and listening.

Encouraging the use of sign language in the Toddler Program also helps children express their needs in a nonverbal manner. This is useful for those children who are at the earliest stages of verbal expression.

  • Social skills
There are many opportunities to enhance children’s social skills throughout their daily schedule. We put the children in small groups to encourage them to play, interact, and do activities together. This setup stimulates their critical thinking and problem-solving skills in a social setting. Furthermore, doing tasks together teaches them the importance of camaraderie early on.
  • ​Motor skills
It is vital for toddlers’ development to refine their motor skills at this age. It includes walking, running, balancing, and clapping. These are heightened in rhythm movement and physical activities, like outdoor play. During outside play, children are free to use the playground equipment. They can explore with the swing, slide, tricycles, and scooters, balls, or play at the child-sized playhouse and sandbox.
  • Music and movement
We integrate music and movement in social activities to help children adjust and feel that they’re part of the group. It improves children’s development in many ways, including social skills, listening skills (tempo or pitch change), balance, and coordination. Furthermore, it teaches them to appreciate, enjoy, and become familiar with different music and movement elements.
  • Introduction to letters, numbers, shapes, and colors
Illustrations, songs, games, and puzzle activities help introduce letters, numbers, shapes, and colors to toddlers. The use of hands-on materials is an essential tool for children to familiarize themselves with these different concepts. By exposing them to these tools and activities, toddlers begin to have a grasp of these basic learning blocks.
  • ​Art and music
Engaging in art and music allows children to imagine and expand their creative expressions. Visual arts teach children to pay attention to details such as lines, shapes, and colors. It also helps develop fine motor skills by holding crayons and paintbrushes. Using various media tools, such as animated videos, is an excellent way to introduce art and music to toddlers.

Enhanced Everyday Learning

Our Toddler Program highlights the importance of practicing social skills in introductory learning. We engage children in hands-on activities and play to bring out the best in their learning space.

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