They are constantly on the move, exploring and learning through play at every turn. Find out how you can ensure they keep growing and developing by leaps and bounds.
An action-packed day full of fun and purposeful play helps your toddler to develop cognitive, emotional, social and
physical skills for future learning and development.
Each child learns in different ways. The Primrose Balanced Learning® approach provides teachers with the tools and guidance to accommodate children’s natural curiosity and to fully support each child while building problem solving skills and confidence.
Children are natural scientists. They use their senses and special technological tools to observe and investigate their world, recording and analyzing their findings through writing, drawing or taking photos.
The early years are critical for literacy development. From sign language and story time in younger classrooms, to phonics and eventually reading and writing in our older ones, your child develops important literacy skills and a love of reading.
Visual and creative arts stimulate imagination and creative thinking. In our proprietary Primrose Early Art Masters™ program, children discover early and contemporary artists and practice their techniques in their own masterpieces.
Active children become active adults. We show your child fun ways to practice proper techniques for movement, balance and motor skills with plenty of time to slide, climb and run on our age-appropriate playgrounds.
Early experiences with math help children develop reasoning skills, inventiveness and persistence in problem solving. Our math program introduces numbers, measurement and patterns through hands-on learning.
In our Toddler program, you’ll find carefully selected equipment that our newest walkers love to climb on, crawl through and hide in while stretching their gross motor skills. Our staff pays close attention to all aspects of your child’s development. Here are some of the engaging programs and activities that fascinate toddlers.
Your child learns to communicate basic wants and needs using sign language, which reduces frustration. Parents receive their own set of signing cards to continue “conversations” at home.
Your child will have a ball while balancing, throwing, kicking and jumping. While your child is building strong muscles for a healthy body, they also build self-confidence.
There’s plenty of room for imaginative play where children express their budding creativity with theme-related costumes and props.