Toddlers

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Student-Teacher Ratio 8:1

At All-Star Kids Center, our toddler class offers your child a home away from home. Our 15- to 22-month-old class focus on enhancing your child’s transition to independence as well as encourages learning and child development while simultaneously nurturing your toddler’s needs. Because 1-year-olds develop at their own pace, our staff focuses daily on the skills in which your child expresses interest. 

A Child Development and Learning Environment for Young Explorers

From 15- to 22-month-old, your child spends much of his/her time moving and exploring. The toddler rooms have wide, open spaces designed to encourage play and movement. Our centers encourage movement and provide visual stimulation, while our large, soft blocks invite your toddler to crawl and climb. All of these elements combine to aid your child’s muscle development and coordination.

Additionally, we incorporated art, Storytime, Spanish, sign language, and music centers in the room. Guided by our caring staff, your toddler learns independently while receiving the motivation he/she needs.

Creating Lasting Bonds and Unlimited Opportunities

Although your child grows quickly, at this age, he/she still requires individualized care and attention. While the staff gently guides your 1-year-old into a more structured child development and learning routine, they also ensure that your child’s social needs are fully met. Our low student-to-teacher ratio gives us the opportunity to bond with your toddler during everyday activities such as feedings, diaper changes, and hold and cuddle times. This further reinforces your child’s familiarity and trust in our staff.

Daily Toddler Activities Include:

  • Indoor Floor Exploration
  • Socialization
  • Outdoor Exploration
  • Storytime
  • Singing and Musical Enrichment
  • Bonding via Rocking
  • Diaper Changes and Cleanup
  • Nap Time
  • Bonding via Holding and Cuddling
  • Feeding Time(s)