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13 - 36 Months

Classroom Concepts

  • Develop independence in accomplishing tasks themselves

  • Expand interactive social skills with peers

  • Learn, sing, and interact with familiar songs

  • Begin to recognize and identify colors

  • Identify and participate in routines

  • Introduction to counting and number concepts

  • Recognize and enjoy familiar books

  • Develop early writing behaviors

  • Increase repetitive and expressive language

  • Gain more body control through music and movement

  • Begin toilet training when children demonstrate readiness


Our curriculum is literacy-based and focuses on language development and social/emotional growth for toddlers. Books and thematic activities, along with enrichment materials, provide toddlers with a rich awareness of the world around them and establish a foundation for reading, science, and math.

Added Values

  • Developmental screenings twice a year (fall and spring) to assess student progress  and growth

  • Teachers use screening results to assess skill levels and target specific developmental achievements or deficits in order to individualize instruction

  • Teachers communicate with parents throughout the day through messages and pictures so that parents feel part of their child's learning and development while at High Hopes

A Toddler's Day at High Hopes

  • Learning Centers (Blocks, Manipulatives, Cozy Corner for exploring books independently, Imaginative Play)

  • A balance of teacher-directed and child-directed activities

  • Story time with Songs, Puppets, and other interactive activities

  • Outdoor/Gross Motor Play

  • Art and Sensory Activities

  • Nap (on mats)

  • Lunch and Snack with Friends at a Table

  • Lots of TLC

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