Our toddler classrooms are set up to create an environment that supports independent exploration. Teachers nurture and guide children’s growing need to explore. The classroom is designed to provide independence. Toilets, sinks, and tables are all child-sized to encourage children to use them independently and gain self-help skills.
The toddler years can be a time when there is separation anxiety. Each toddler classroom is adjoined by an observation room where you can pop in to get one more peek to ensure your child has a successful transition.
Toddler Common Area
This was created as another unique indoor space that was designed to directly adjoin each classroom. Toddlers participate in movement activities and also spend some time in a small group with their teacher. Open spaces allow them to practice using their large muscles and learn to play alongside their friends. Children enjoy the large windows and sunlight while watching their preschool friends play.
Toddler Outdoor Play Area
Play areas directly adjoin classrooms creating safe transitions from the classrooms to the outdoors. The play space supports gaining competence and confidence in using large muscles and sensory exploration. Children enjoy riding toys, sensory play and a climbing structure specifically built for their age group.
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