Our creative home center is a cozy spot that our toddlers love. As they pretend to cook us dinner or make us a cup of tea or take care of their babies and stuffed animals, they are learning socialization skills that will help them when they transition to preschool.
Here’s another view of their home center.
Their colorful and stimulating environment is filled with many open-ended play opportunities that build imagination, problem-solving skills, and creativity.
On the other side of the room is a bathroom with a kid-sized toilet to make potty-training less scary, as well as a changing table. This is where our toddlers have morning circle time and do their reading and art projects.
Our Terrific Two’s have a rough time sometimes dealing with strong emotions that they don’t know how to express yet. That’s why during circle- time, two’s learn Calming Strategies that help them learn to calm themselves when they are feeling frustrated.
For more information about what our two’s do each day to ensure physical, emotional, cognitive, and social development, visit our curriculum page: