Westmont's Toddler program provides children who are two years old by the first of October with an opportunity to explore their growing world with an age-appropriate curriculum.
Gross and fine motor skills are carefully monitored as activities are presented to aid each child in the development of their physical abilities. Practical life skills, such as buttoning and pouring, aid not only in the development and strengthening of the hand, but also in the child’s self-confidence as they learn to become more independent.
The enriched language environment in our Toddler classroom provides the ideal pace for the children to expand their language abilities. Through stories, songs, matching, discovery, and discussions, new vocabulary is introduced, immersing children in language.
Use of the senses in the toddler years prepares the mathematical mind. It is through classification of weight, size, quantity, and sequence that a child begins to classify and quantify the world around him. In the Toddler classroom, these Sensorial activities provide preparation for more formal lessons in mathematics.
We offer both half-day and full-day Toddler programs that run either two, three, or five days per week. Our Extended Day program is available from 7:30am – 6:00pm Monday through Friday.
View our brochure about The Toddler Program at Westmont.
For questions, please contact our Admissions Director, Auris Vanderbilt, firstname.lastname@example.org .
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