Getting involved in your child’s education build a connection between home and school. An involved parent will be aware of the structure of your child’s day. And will be able to reinforce activities the child has experienced in school.
Language & Literacy
Experiment with various letter sounds, increase listening skillls and begin to discover characters and story structures.
Social & Emotional
Participate in group activities, learn to follow directions, take turns, and develop friendships.
Clap, move to music, sing songs, create art, coloring and pasting.
Children Explore number concepts, practice comparing classifying and measuring.
Practice motor skills and improve balance through large motor activities.
Science and Social Studies
Perform simple experiments, learn about seasons, weather and cultures of the world.
APPROACHES TO LEARNING
Toddlers have many opportunities to physically explore their world inside the classroom and on the playground. They will begin structured activities, such as learning centers and circle time in addition to the following:
Cognitive Development and General Knowledge – recognizes shapes, colors and numbers through play, games, reading stories and basic puzzles.
Language and Communication – Use of books, songs, and activities to increase vocabulary.
Physical Development – Improve balance, coordination, and motor skills
Social and Emotional Development – develop basic self-help and social skills.
Creative Expression – sing songs, move to music, engage fine motor skills by Scribbling, Painting and coloring.