Your child is growing up so fast and is ready to become independent; we are here to help. We know just how important it is for a child to take risks and reap rewards. Our goal is to guide and encourage your child toward independence all the while letting them know we are here for support. One thing we noticed in our Two’s program is there is a developmental difference between a Toddler turned Two, and a Two year old turning Three. This is why we have split them into two classes. We want to challenge the children at their given level to try new things and continue to grow.
In our Young Two’s program, many students are not quite verbal yet. This is one of our main focuses for this age group. We want to encourage the children to use their words to express their wants and needs. For the children to become independent, they must learn trial and error. They will complete puzzles incorrectly, color with both hands, and even put on their own coat upside down. These are the trials they will persist, prevail, or go through and come out successful on the other side. Eventually, your young two year old will be able to identify their friends by name, drink from a regular cup, and be able to identify several colors, shapes, and maybe even some letters and numbers too. You will be so proud of all the new things they can do and we will be too!
In our Older Two’s program, we want the students to have an easy transition to a “Preschool” setting. We have longer lessons, more structured activities, and provide chances for the children to challenge themselves. We do so by offering opportunities to show just what they can do! We provide times to enhance their academic abilities, social interactions, and communication skills. One of the most important things we work on is: POTTY TRAINING! We take potty training as an chance to work on many self-help skills like buttoning, dressing, hand washing, and more.
We want both classrooms to encourage children to work together, share spaces, and support each other while learning. You will soon see just how happy your child is to learn and all the things they can accomplish with a little persistence and a lot of love!