Expand Your Toddler’s Horizon
Language skills are gained though circle time, songs, games, story boards, puzzles, and family style meal time. Through language, toddlers learn how to communicate and problem-solve with one another, as well as express their feelings. The Sensorial Area heightens your child’s awareness of details related to color, shapes, sounds, and sizes. This area is based on the five senses as children explore different sounds, textures, smells, taste, and visual cues.
Practical Life provides items that teach the fundamentals of real life, every day activities. These hands-on exercises include learning how to grasp, pinch, scoop, and pour, which helps develop fine motor muscles applied later in writing. Practical Life also supports independence as your child gains skills such as dressing themselves, cleaning up after themselves, and choosing materials on their own.
The Math Area is used to introduce your child to number recognition, one-on-one correspondence, and simple counting (1-5, 1-10, or higher, when appropriate). Toddlers are curious about everything and need to touch and manipulate objects in order to learn. In the toddler math area, simple concepts of numbers are introduced through songs, counting games, and manipulative materials.
To sign your toddler up for our program, call us at (425) 368-2444 today!