Your child is advancing from toddlerhood and toward the preschool years. During this time, your child is on the move, establishing more freedom and you can expect to see some tremendous intellectual, social and emotional changes. You’ll notice your child becoming more independent. There is a tug on their family heartstrings even as they start to “pull away” from total dependence.
At Family Care KIDS we understand this and we help your child make the transition from home to our care and learning center by providing a secure, safe, and fun classroom experience. Forming a relationship with your two-year-old is our priority and so important for a happy child.
What They’ll Be Learning
We plan a daily schedule to help your child know what to expect and feel good and excited about what they get to do next. They will learn how to “read” the pictures on the schedule so when they are moving from a group time to a free choice time, they know exactly where to go.
We prepare age-specific activities based on our years of early childhood experience. Their world is opening up right in front of them so each child’s unique stage of development is considered by the teaching staff to allow for the best possible opportunity for learning and growth.
We engage their brain with a variety of materials to create curiosity and wonder. Each day our teaching staff’s plans include Learning Centers with block building, manipulatives such as lacing, puzzles, things to count and group by color or shape, art easel, dramatic play home, library, cars, trucks, dress up, babies to feed and the list goes on.
We gather as a group and learn to be friends, read books, sing, dance, play instruments, march around, and have so much fun! We understand and encourage the beginnings of independence whether it is potty training, washing hands, coloring only on paper, sinking their fingers into playdough, and turning the pages of a book.