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Room 106

Age on August 15: 24-30 months

Maximum Class Size: 10 Students

Teacher-to-Student Ratio: 1-5

Classroom Concepts:

  • Develop independence in accomplishing tasks themselves

  • Expand interactive social skills with peers

  • Learn, sing, and interact with familiar songs

  • Participate in sensory play and activities

  • Recognize and identify colors

  • Identify and participate in routines

  • Practice counting to ten

  • Recognize and enjoy reading familiar books

  • Develop early writing behaviors

  • Increase repetitive and expressive language

  • Participate in conversations within the classroom community

  • Understand shapes, counting, and cause & effect

  • Gain more body control and gross motor skills through music and movement

  • Develop reasoning and problem-solving skills

  • Develop a personal sense of art through access to multiple art media

  • Begin toilet training for children who demonstrate readiness

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Added Values of Room 106

Developmental screenings are conducted twice yearly, once in the beginning of the school year and once in late Spring, to assess student progress and growth which allows teachers to assess skill levels and target specific development deficits for each child.


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

Classrooms utilize a multi-sensory approach to learning, incorporating sensory activities daily.

A typical toddler day includes:
  • Learning Centers (Blocks, Manipulatives, Cozy Corner, Imaginative Play)
    Story Time with Songs and Puppets
    Outdoor Play
    Art and/or Sensory Activity
    Lunch and Snack with Friends
    Lots of TLC
*Diapers are changed when necessary, or every 2 hours, whichever comes first, or as requested by parents.
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