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Elements of a Good Toddler Education Program

What should parents look for in a good toddler education program? At My Place Early Learning Center, our Toddler Program is carefully designed for children 18 to 24 months old. Here’s what we focus on in quality toddler education:


An age-appropriate learning environment


Toddlers are developing their gross and fine motor skills very quickly, and it’s important to look for an environment that stimulates and develops these skills. Your child should be exposed to many activities tailored to their age and physical capabilities.


A variety of enriching activities


A good toddler education program will offer a variety of activities to offer fun and well-rounded learning. These activities include:


·      Play, walking, and activities that use visual materials to improve motor and sensory skills.

·      Social activities that will boost their self-esteem and communication skills.

·      Opportunities to explore and learn about their surroundings.

·      Age-appropriate learning materials and toys to master early fundamental skills like the colors, shapes, letters, numbers, and sign language.


A child-centered curriculum


Toddlers are beginning to express their feelings, concerns, and independence through communication. In a good toddler education program, teachers will help enhance toddler communication, social and emotional skills through a combination of play, music, and reading activities.


Opportunities to build social and emotional skills


A good toddler education center will provide endless learning opportunities to invigorate a child's interests and love of learning. Look for a program that offers group plays and projects to promote emotional development, friendship, coordination, and sense of responsibility.

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