from Infants to K-5

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Our Two-Year-Old Student Program

Being Two is a terrific time in your child’s life! As the year unfolds, your child will learn and experience tremendous growth— physically, emotionally, socially, and academically.


Our two-year-old program offers an opportunity for young children to establish friendships beyond family. Children are encouraged to form emotional connections, to play with different children and to develop feelings of competence in their expanding world. They blossom!


We will provide lots of love and encouragement as your child learns new skills and faces many challenges. We encourage your child’s natural curiosity about the world and support his/her desire for independence.

Our teachers use positive guidance, telling children what they can do, and we reinforce this with positive behavior. Our program is designed to nurture all the different ways that children learn capturing your child’s attention through dramatic play, building activities, stories and creative activities.

The following broad goals are emphasized in the Two-Year-Old Program:

  • Help emotional and social development by encouraging self-confidence, self-expression, self-discipline and curiosity.
  • Improve and expand the child’s ability to think, reason and speak clearly.
  • Give frequent opportunities for success
  • Develop a climate of confidence that will facilitate learning
  • Increase the child’s ability to cooperate and get along with others
  • Develop independence when using the bathroom

Gross Motor Skills

  • Develop eye-hand coordination and the control of small muscles through the following activities:
    • Stringing beads
    • Working with pegs and boards
    • Painting
    • Cutting
    • Drawing
    • Pouring

Number Concepts

  • Develop the concept of quantity through the ability to count and compare
  • Develop the concept of size be matching, measuring and comparing
  • Begin to discriminate and name symbols for numbers
  • Begin to develop the concept of time and sequence be following a daily schedule and observing birthdays and special holidays

Social Concepts

  • Develop an awareness of self and a place within the family unit
  • Develop an appreciation of one’s own importance and of other people, friends, and community helpers
  • Begin to learn about one’s own cultural heritage and traditions and those of other ethnic groups.

Social/Emotional Skills

  • Develop positive feelings about self
  • Begin to make new friends
  • Take turns and share responsibilities in group relations
  • Accept one’s feelings and express those feelings in appropriate ways
  • Develop self-help skills and independence.

Art/Music Concepts

  • Develop an awareness of one’s creative abilities through the free use of art media, tools, and processes
  • Use color, texture, form and arrangement in artwork.
  • Increase perception of music sounds and patterns by listening, singing, and responding with musical instruments and body movements.
  • Incorporate music into daily life by developing a repertoire of simple songs

Nutrition/Health/Safety Concepts and Skills

  • Develop good eating habits
  • Develop and increase vocabulary relating to foods, safety, health
    • e. Types of vegetables and fruits
  • Develop a state of physical well-being by practicing basic rules of health, hygiene and safety
    • e. Washing hands, covering mouth, and using tissue to wipe nose

Language and Speech

  • Increase the ability to communicate be developing listening skills and clear speech, increasing vocabulary, improving memory and expressing ideas.
  • Increase awareness and knowledge of self and the environment throu first-hand experiences, books, and pictures.

Science Concepts

  • Increase the ability to learn more about physical characteristics of the environment through the use of the five senses.
  • Begin to observe seasonal and weather changes and relate them to change in one’s own dress and activities.

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