Our Toddler Room is a child-centred environment in which children are encouraged to explore, experiment, create, imagine, interact and ultimately to learn through the medium of play. Our experienced staff will encourage your toddler's curiosity as well as promoting their social, emotional and physical development. At this stage in their development children start to participate in activities for longer periods of time, such as listening to stories, playing games and taking part in arts and crafts. Through stories, children learn to appreciate language, gain new vocabulary, and learn to use new words and concepts. Simple songs and games are important introduction to speech patterns, sensory motor skills, development and movement skills.
Toddler Room Details
Toddlers are introduced to a more structured play and learning environment based on their individual needs.
Vocabulary increases greatly at this stage and our activities and the HighScope Curriculum are designed to combine learning and development with a world of play.
In the Toddler Room, children will make their first friends and in this process, will start to learn the concept of sharing although a very popular word seems to be “mine” at this age!
Some of the activities in the Toddler Room are Creative Play, Role Play, Physical Play, Outdoor Play, Constructive Play, Music & Song, Imaginative Play, Drama, Sensory Play, Story Telling & Rhyme.
Toilet training can begin anytime from the age of two onwards. This is totally dependant on when your child is ready to take this big step in their development. When you feel the time is right, we will work with you to make toilet training for your child as simple as possible.
A daily report is kept with details of meals, naps and nappy changes or toilet activity so you can keep in touch with their routine.
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