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Toddler Program (18 months - 2 Years)

Toddlers are acquiring language skills at an amazing pace, at the same time they are establishing a sense of independence. In our toddler room teachers focus on these essential skills and provide children with many opportunities for strengthening their communication skills. Toddlers are also encouraged to explore their world through hands-on learning experiences, imaginative play, and role playing. Classroom themes introduce children to familiar topics such as family, friends, manners, animals and seasons.

General skills and concepts

  • Colors
  • Shapes
  • Reciting the Alphabet
  • Reciting Numbers (1-10)
  • Body Parts
  • Simple Songs/Nursery Rhymes
  • Painting/Coloring/Gluing
  • Putting Away Belongings
  • Washing Hands/Throwing Away Trash
  • Follow Simple Directions
  • Dressing/Undressing (when potty training)
  • Putting on Coats
  • Taking Turns/Cooperation

Bible Concepts

Children begin to learn basic Bible truths as illustrated in simple stories and verses. They learn that God made the world and all living things. They also learn of God's love for us and that He wants us to care for others. (Examples are: God made the First Family, The Creation Story, The Good Samaritan, Noah Says "Thank You", Jesus is Born, Jesus Died for Us.)