Toddler (1 - 2 yrs)

Toddlers use their bodies, senses, and emerging problem­solving skills, with a balance between individual attention and group experiences.

Natural curiosity and creativity drive learning.

Our Toddler classrooms encourage exploration and promote cognitive, physical, social­emotional, and language development. Our exclusive, milestone­focused curriculum, Learn from the Start™, was developed by our educational experts to focus on key developmental milestones specific to infants and toddlers.

We emphasize your child’s development, rather than specific age, because all children grow and learn at their own pace, and in their own unique way. Learning experiences are designed to address the individual needs and abilities of each child, in each classroom.

Toddlers are little busybodies. At Tutor Time®, that's okay. We balance individual attention with group activities and ensure that your toddler is using all that energy in productive ways. From trying all the playground equipment to pouring cereal, we give toddlers plenty of opportunities to investigate, explore and play in a safe, secure, yet stimulating environment. Our unique blend of education and care meets emotional needs while promoting good social skills and learning. And in accordance with our Tutor Time® LifeSmart™ curriculum new concepts are introduced when your child is ready, not on a set timeline.

Example Of A Toddler’s Day..

6:50 a.m. — After a brief hug, your daughter goes off to explore the Block Center.

8:30 a.m. — Morning Circle Time! The kids learn a familiar finger play, “Five little monkeys jumping on the bed!”

9:45 a.m. — It’s Active Investigation Time and your daughter runs her fingers through water and talks about how it feels. So many things to explore!

10:20 a.m. — Sharing stories encourages your daughter’s language development. Today she listens to her favorite story, “The Runaway Bunny.”

11:15 a.m. — Up, down. Up, down. Up, down. Your daughter climbs on the playground ladder.

12:00 p.m. — Your daughter is learning self-help and independence as she gets a cup and puts a sandwich on her plate.

12:40 p.m. — Your daughter and her classmates snuggle onto personal cots for some well-earned rest. Sweet dreams!

2:20 p.m. — All done sleeping? Your daughter quietly explores a book while others wake up.

3:15 p.m. — Outside again, she twirls and spins around the grassy area of the playground.

4:05 p.m. — Your daughter leads a Counting Parade around the room, counting the windows, chairs and doors. Who knew math could be so much fun?

4:40 p.m. — Your daughter dances along to “You Are My Sunshine.” She’s developing her large muscles and doesn’t even know it.

5:45 p.m. — When you walk in, she’s absorbed in her water investigation. But then she sees you and runs over. She has so much to share about her day!

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