18 months to 3 years
About the time children turn one, most of them are able to toddle around, feed themselves, jabber, and communicate some of their needs in an unmistakable manner. These children are starting to assert their independence and display their own personalities; they may also bite their friends, throw things (as well as tantrums). It’s perfectly normal behavior – they are testing limits and abilities. Many children begin toilet training before they are two; those who have not will be encouraged to do so at two years of age. Discipline is never associated with toilet training. We take the positive approach with toilet training by giving stickers and stamps for all successful times that a child goes on the potty.
Everything your toddler could need
The focus of the toddler program is to help each child learn self-
Our Toddler Program includes activities that:
Daily Activities of the Toddler Teachers include:
Daily Activities of the Toddlers include:
**Parent Communication / Toddler Daily Activities Sheet**
Each toddler has a “Daily Activities” sheet that keeps records of all the following activities: all diaper change, or successful potty training, length of nap, food served and amount eaten at snacks and meals, awake activities, and general moods. Medication if prescribed by family physician is recorded when given.
At the end of the day the parents are given a copy of the daily activities sheet to take home.