The Academy’s Toddler Program is generally designed to expose your little ones to early stimuli and early education. We fervently believe that educating the child early is educating the child for life. That is why we aim to engage them to fun learning activities that will enhance their fine motor skills, gross motor skills, emotional, and social skills. We do this in an environment filled with support and understanding and in which your child will so attentively enjoy.
Parents are required to provide:
- Diapers or Pull-ups, wipes, ointment
- Brush or comb
- Complete Change of Clothes-More than one set if potty training.
- Bottle of sunscreen
- Special Naptime pal for nap-stuffed animal (if needed)
- Blanket, Small Pillow, and Fitted Crib Sheet
- One sippy cup to keep in class
The Toddler Curriculum
Largely based on Jean Piaget’s underlying principle of cognitive development and sensorymotor stage, our toddler curriculum is based on improving your child’s physical capacities and learning as they interact with their social world. This is a particular curiosity about the world. Our toddlers are just at the verge of getting up, mastering the art of walking, or taking their little time to focus on something. Hence, our curriculum is well-centered on the improvement of these little but crucial activities for your child. The toddler curriculum is:
Our specific activities point specifically to mastery goals and these are what we keep our efforts into. However, although the aims are point-specific, we make it sure that they are versatile as to fit in different exercises into the daily plans.
Sure they are. We know when and where to tickle. Children are engaged into various stimuli and we use this aspect to help them develop. They enjoy singing and dancing at this early stage. In short, they are continually ready to learn in a fun-loving way.
We keep our focus on the child, monitor his/her progress along the way, and employ necessary tactics to help him/her achieve the common goal.
Largely-based on developmental and psychological principles, our activities are tailored to fit their mental process and capacities.