Toddler Room

24 - 36 months

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Proper Nutrition
  • Balanced meal with variety in all food groups

  • Breakfast, Lunch, and 2 snacks provided daily

  • Follow recommended practices for feeding 

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Promoting Independence
  • Self Feeding

  • Toilet training and bathroom hygiene

  • Promotes engagement and self-exploration

  • improving gross motor and fine motor skills

  • building curiosity

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Self-Design Curriculum
  • Kinesthetic and Tactile Learning

  • Project Approach

  • Immersive learning

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Inclusive to Special Needs
  • Accepting children with diverse needs

  • Working alongside Early Intervention and accepting therapy at school

  • Bi-yearly screenings and assessments

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Qualified Teachers
  • Expert in lesson planning

  • Continuous learning developmentally appropriate strategies

  • Bachelors and associate degree

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Flexible Hours
  • Open from 6 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. every week day

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Low Student-Teacher Ratio
  • Staffing surpasses DCFS requirement

Developmental Milestones

Hover over each bubble to see what most toddlers do at this age.

Cognitive

Learning

Thinking

Problem-Solving

  • Can work toys with buttons, levers, and moving parts

  • Plays make-believe with dolls, animals, and people

  • Does puzzles with 3 or 4 pieces

  • Understands what “two” means

  • Copies a circle with pencil or crayon

  • Turns book pages one at a time

  • Builds towers of more than 6 blocks 

  • Screws and unscrews jar lids or turns door handle

Language & Communication

  • Follows instructions with 2 or 3 steps

  • Can name most familiar things

  • Says first name, age, and gender

  • Names a friend 

  • Says words like “I,” “me,” “we,” and “you” and some plurals (cars, dogs, cats)

  • Talks well enough for strangers to understand most of the time

  • Carries on a conversation using 2 to 3 sentences

Social & Emotional

  • Copies adults and friends 

  • Shows affection for friends without prompting 

  • Takes turns in games

  • Shows concern for a crying friend

  • Understands the idea of “mine” and “his” or “hers”

  • Shows a wide range of emotions

  • Separates easily from mom and dad

  • May get upset with major changes in routine

  • Dresses and undresses self