Ages 2 to 3 years
We try to be sensitive to children’s interests by supplying a variety of materials and activities. Our activity centers include areas for manipulative toys, puzzles, props for imaginative play, art, blocks, play dough, and sand and water play. Our playground is well equipped for large muscle activities and adapts for imaginative games as well. Books and reading are a big part of everything we do.
07:30-08:30 Wobblers and Toddlers Together, Free Play in Wobbler Room
08:30-09:00 All Children in Designated Class Rooms, Potty and wash for snack
09:20-09:30 Clean up
09:30-10:00 Art Activity
10:00-10:45 Outside Play
10:45-11:00 Potty and clean up for lunch
02:30-03:00 Snack, potty and clean up
03:00-03:45 Outside Play
03:45-04:00 Potty and clean up
04:00-04:30 Circle time
04:30-05:30 Wobblers and Toddlers Together, Free Play in Wobbler Room
We play soft music and rub backs to encourage sleep or rest time. We must provide a rest time for all children in care over four hours, per state regulations. If your child does not sleep the entire time, he or she will be offered a book or quiet activity until the other children wake up.
• Diapers, wipes and changes of clothes (several if potty training)
• Jacket and hat during cooler weather
• If you wish, you may provide a favorite blanket for nap time
Please label all of your child’s belongings, including your diaper bag
Potty training is a big developmental leap that your child may be ready for between the ages of 2 and 3 years old. Let us know what is happening at home, and we will support your efforts. Our potty training consists of hourly diaper checks/changes and trips to the toilet after the removal of a diaper.
Children’s World provides:
• A cot, clean sheet and blanket for naptime
• A cubby for your child’s diapers, wipes, and extra changes of clothes
• A mailbox for each child on the front of the classroom door where we place your child’s artwork and important papers for you to read
Contact Director Renee Rodriguez: email@example.com
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