In Grandma’s House Child Care toddler classes, we use a center-based approach to learning. Our teachers employ the Pinnacle curriculum, developmental checklists, and age-appropriate training to create engaging activities in various learning centers, all centered around a weekly theme. Through arts and crafts projects, we enhance children’s fine motor skills while encouraging them to create beautiful artworks to share with their parents. Books, rhymes, and music are incorporated to introduce colors, shapes, and the basics of letter and number recognition.
Our activities prioritize the development of both fine and gross motor skills, fostering self-sufficiency in areas such as feeding, toileting, and self-care. Each day includes at least two circle times where teachers lead activities like storytelling, singing, and interactive learning with flashcards and other educational materials.
In Grandma’s House Child Care toddler classes, we also dedicate attention to potty training for each child. Our teachers collaborate closely with parents to ensure a smoother potty training experience. We provide potty-training books as a helpful resource for parents during this process.