Our toddler program is focused on giving children ages 16 months through 31 months the personal attention they need to grow along with creating a social environment where toddlers learn in group activities.
We use a learning-center approach to curriculum where experiences are tailored to meet the needs of your child, as well as the entire group. The curriculum helps our children work to improve the following developmental areas: social, emotional, language, literacy, approaches to learning, creativity, arts, cognitive, physical, and motor skills. These skills are developed daily through various activities such as:
- creative art
- music and movement
- literature and reading
- active writing
- and much more
Facilities and Schedule
The toddler program is held in a space where the children explore and have organized group activities.
A typical day in the toddler program includes:
Morning: Imagination station and learning center activities, a snack, group time, outside activities, and free play
Lunch around 11:30 a.m.
Nap after lunch
Afternoon: snack, group time, outside activities, learning centers, stories, group activities, and goodbyes
Bethel University undergraduate students in the early childhood program work and train in the classroom under the guidance of the licensed teachers.