Toddler 2 – Mighty Ducks
As infants grow into toddlers, their worlds become vast and wonderful galaxies to explore. They exhibit boundless energy and inquisitiveness, and every object and every moment is a new learning experience. It is at this stage of development when young minds begin to form meaningful connections to the world in which they live.
Our toddler program capitalize on this window of opportunity by introducing and constantly reinforcing essential skills and knowledge, building the foundations upon which future learning will occur. Through planned activities and free play, our toddlers are carefully guided as they learn how to communicate, begin to care for themselves, express feelings appropriately, and understand how to play with others and interact appropriately with adults.
During this period, your child will learn skills that include pushing and pulling objects, turning and bending, matching objects by color and size, follow simple one-step directions, and building an early vocabulary.
Our Creative Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers provides a comprehensive framework that emphasizes the relationships between the teachers/caregivers and children and their families form the basis of curriculum for very young children.
I am so excited to be a part of the Partners family since 2011. Currently, I recently graduated from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College with my associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education. I plan to attend Catawba College and receive my bachelor’s degree in Special Education next year. I look forward to working with you and your children in hopes that we can form lifelong friendships. Click here to e-mail Cassie.
I have been with Partners In learning since May 2010. I am pursuing my AAS in Early Childhood Development at Rowan Cabarrus Community College. I enjoy sharing my culture with the children and the staff at Partners In Learning.
What Parents Are Saying
“We couldn’t be happier with the choice we made to have our twin girls Alexis and Brianna join the PIL family. We had a nanny for the first year and after that it was time for us to find child care outside home. After doing our research we arrived to PIL and have not regretted that decision. We love the teachers and staff and it’s nice to come to the facility where everybody greets you by your name and gives you a smile. Thank PIL!!!”
Jaana and Jim Gilbert