Experienced Fishers Day Care
The two’s room is designed to provide comfort to the active learning needs of toddlers. Two year old’s are very curious and love investigating the world around them; we are well equipped with a range of exciting and stimulating toys and games. The room is designed around centers (interest areas) in the areas of art, dramatic play, news and story time, blocks and building, and fine motor development.
In our Two’s Room, children are exposed to a more routine-oriented program where the focus is helping the children gain more independence and encouraging them to attempt basic self-help skills. Activities such as dressing, potty learning, and washing hands are practiced in this age group. Language skills are developed through stories, teacher modeling, and word repetition. Children in this class are often learning how to socialize with other children in a positive way for the first time. A wide variety of art, music, and gross motor activities offered by our teachers assists the children in the development of their individual abilities.
At our Fishers Day Care, we provide the children with the materials and guidance necessary to enjoy varied learning experiences, but adapt each and every activity to meet the children’s changing needs, tap into their emerging interests, and engage their curious minds!
Teachers understand the challenges that two-year-old’s face in a social learning setting, and have experience in helping them adjust to the give and take of the classroom environment.
- Finalize the understanding of color and size
- Continue to build their vocabulary and understanding of the alphabet sounds.
- Learn functional numerical skill.
- Be encouraged to use simple reasoning to explain everyday occurrences.
Age specific assessments are filled out and discussed to provide the opportunity for parents and teachers to discuss goals for each child.