Our Toddler A Classroom is designed for children from 16 months old to approximately 24 months old.
Includes songs, books, flannel board stories, puppets stories, simple language and counting games, etc.
Includes physical activities such as moving or exercising to music, Follow-the-Leader, animal walking, dancing, etc.
Is a light, additional snack designed to meet toddlers’ need for a smaller more frequent meal. This is usually a cracker and a drink of water.
Is a time for classroom staff to be on the floor, playing with the children and the toys. This provides important modeling as teachers dress and feed dolls or builds block constructions.
When weather permits, teachers may use their assigned playground times. In the warm-weather months, painting, stories, and other activities may be added to playground activities.
|8:30 am||Breakfast & Diaper Time|
|9:15 am||Group Time|
|9:30 am||Table Time & Free Play|
|10:15 am||Outside or Floor Play|
|10:45 am||Cracker Time|
|11:00 am||Exercise Time|
|11:15 am||Group Time & Diaper Checks|
|12:00/:15 pm||Nap Time|
|2:00/:30 pm||Quiet Play & Diaper Checks|
|3:15 pm||Group Time|
|3:30 pm||Outside or Floor Play|
|4:15 pm||Table Time & Free Play|
|4:45/5:00 pm||Cracker Time|
|5:00/? pm||Close Toddler A – Combine with Toddler B|
The above daily schedule is our base routine. Because children’s needs vary from day to day, teachers may adjust the timing of the various components of the day, making sure that each component is offered. However, activities in bold must remain at the indicated times.