Classrooms Toddler
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Toddler Classrooms

For Toddlers 12-36 Months

Our toddler classroom creates inviting, hands-on activities that allow for much exploration. Each day is packed with carefully designed, structured activities. In a toddler classroom, learning spaces can offer an outlet for young children to learn through play and communication. These inspiring spaces for young children provide a place to do fun activities while also building the skills toddlers are already learning.

Classroom activities emphasize toddler cognitive and physical milestones such as increasing verbal skills, self-awareness, social interactions, self-help skills for eating and dressing, walking and running.

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Toddler CurriculumToddler Cirriculum

Our toddler classes use a curriculum designed around nurturing a child’s curiosity through exploring and play. Kiddi Kollege has also developed their own daily curriculum, lessons play and themes throughout their 50+ years in the early educational field. These programs focus on enhancing and encouraging the simple joys of childhood. Our teachers support and nurture each child’s curiosity to learn, feel and explore.

Classes and Educational Goals of Toddler Development

Kiddi Kollege teachers coordinate daily learning experiences appropriate to the developmental level of the child. The educational goals of the curriculum are to develop the following:

  • Self-esteem and Positive Self-image
  • Social Interaction skills
  • Self-expression and communication skills through music, storytelling, building blocks, and interpersonal communication
  • Creative expression art, music and creative play
  • An awareness of physical fitness, good health and nutrition
  • Large Motor skills through body movement such as jumping, dancing, and outdoor play
  • Small Motor skills and language arts through writing, practicing with scissors/manipulatives
  • Intellectual growth by introducing the children to the world around them
  • Self-control, self-direction and independence
  • The practice of courteous behavior, moral values and respect for others
  • Positive discipline by REDIRECTING negative behavior to a positive behavioral outlet and praising positive behavior