The Toddler Room
The Toddler Room provides a flexible setting for your child. It can change to reflect the newly developed skills of the children. The staff observes carefully to know when the children are ready for new challenges appropriate to their skills and interest. They model respectful listening and appropriate language for children to show positive manners.
Children learn to use their words effectively to communicate their thoughts and feeling through games, group, and individual activities. The toddlers start to practice patience and sharing to build friendships with their peers. Daily curriculum is planned to foster the learning process with the goals of helping children to develop their social, emotional, physical, and cognitive skills.
7-9:20 Children arrive and organize free play
9:20 Clean up
9:30 Snack(provided by Sedona)
9:50/10:00 Morning Circle
10:45-11:00 Clean up
11:00-10:45 Outside play
11:50 Wash hands
12:30-1:00 Music or Story time
1:00-3:00 Quiet and rest time
3:05/310-3:25 Afternoon snack (provided by Sedona)
3:30-3:40 Afternoon Circle
4:00-5:00 Outside play (depending on weather)
5:00-6:00 Fine motor activities