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Curriculum for Toddlers
Toddlers are developing many new skills in their quest for independence - walking, talking, and discovering who they are and what they can do. Encourage their sense of discovery with Curriculum for Toddlers while building vocabulary, encouraging imagination, and personalizing learning.
Guide little navigators and encourage their sense of discovery with Curriculum for Toddlers. Support active learning through hands-on play, create secure connections, and motivate exploration. Curriculum for Toddlers
The stages of development are unique to each child. The objectives listed below are just a sample of the range addressed in Curriculum for Toddlers.
Curriculum for Twos
Constantly in motion, two-year-olds are determined to learn on their own. Provide a rich learning environment that helps them expand their vocabularies, find appropriate ways to express creativity, and safely discover the world around them with Curriculum for Twos.
Support the can-do attitude of two-year-olds and use their natural curiosity for hands-on discovery with Curriculum for Twos. Provide a rich learning environment that expands vocabulary and broadens self-regulation skills. Curriculum for Twos
The stages of development are unique to each child. The objectives listed below are just a sample of the range addressed in Curriculum for Twos.
|Domain||Objectives Supported by |
Curriculum for Twos
|Language Development||Answers simple questions about a story, rhyme, or song. Uses words to communicate wants and needs.|
|Emergent Literacy||Plays with words that sound the same or different. Scribbles.|
|Mathematics||Sorts items by shape. Begins to understand time sequence of daily routines.|
|Learning About the World||Recognizes ways living things interact with the environment. Describes what is observed.|
|Creative Expression||Talks about art creationsUses play props in dramatic play.|
|Social and Emotional Development||Identifies places at school that correspond to places at home. Participates in simple interactions with others.|
|Approaches to Learning||Makes independent choices. Uses objects as tools.|
|Physical Health and Development||Uses crayons, markers, and paintbrushes with increasing control.Begins to name body parts.|
|The stages of development are unique to each child.|