Our Toddler Program offers a nurturing environment for children aged 18 months to three years, fostering independence, exploration, and a love for learning. We provide spacious and inviting classrooms where toddlers can move freely and engage in various activities tailored to their developmental needs.
Dedicated and nurturing trained teachers accompany a toddler on their journey, offering guidance within the well-designed curriculum. The main focus areas are fostering cognitive/speech/language development, developing fine motor and gross motor skills, introducing grace and courtesy lessons, and promoting independence.
Families have the flexibility to choose between half-day or full-day sessions, with extended care options available to accommodate a range of schedules. Our holistic curriculum emphasizes individualized language enrichment, hand-eye coordination activities, art exploration, and practical life skills such as plant watering and table washing, nurturing every aspect of a child's growth and development.
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  • Structured Schedule: Our daily schedule includes dedicated time for individual and group activities, outdoor play (weather permitting), morning snacks, and in-class Spanish instruction. Full-day toddlers also enjoy nap/rest time in the afternoon.
  • Child-Centered Environment: Our bright and airy classrooms provide ample open spaces for toddlers to move and explore at their own pace, fostering a sense of curiosity and independence.
  • Montessori Philosophy: Rooted in the Montessori philosophy, our Toddler classrooms are carefully curated to promote self-esteem, respect for oneself and others, and a love for learning. Dr. Maria Montessori believed that the first six years of life are the most critical for development, and we strive to create a nurturing environment that supports each child's unique journey.
Student getting snack Student playing baby cello Students visiting the Adolescent garden Teacher helping students Students putting on their shoes and socks
Our Toddler curriculum covers a wide range of areas to support comprehensive development, including language enrichment, sensory exploration, practical life skills, music and movement, and more. Through hands-on activities and guided lessons, toddlers have the opportunity to explore and learn in a supportive environment.
Here's a glimpse into our curriculum:
  • Language Enrichment: Naming objects, basic shapes, numbers, primary colors, and more
  • Music and Movement: Singing, playing instruments, finger plays, and gross motor activities
  • Practical Life Skills: Care of self, care of the environment, food preparation, and grace and courtesy
  • Sensorial and Manipulatives: Knobbed and knobless puzzles, stringing activities, size and color recognition, and sensory exploration
Student working on a work while others look on Student playing on the wall bar Our school nurse talking to the class   Two students reading together