Age group: 24 months - 30 months
Our Toddcare developmental framework comprises 5 main pillars:
These developmental outcomes are achieved through special programs infused into daily schedules for the toddlers.
• Little Explorer – Being natural explorers, children are curious and fascinated by things around them. We prepare different materials every day to arouse their curiosity and encourage free exploration. We observe your child’s interests and responses to tailor their next learning adventures.
• Colourful World – We introduce a fun theme every fortnight which focuses on your child’s daily encounters. Themes such as “Love Self ”, “Animals Around” and “Helping People” are full of fun and rich in hands-on experiences. We believe each child can embark on an individual learning when given well-designed learning environments, so we do our best to build a self-motivated and passionate lifelong learner from young!
• Musical Stimulation – Studies have shown that music has a positive impact on a toddler’s creativity, spatial intelligence, emotional growth and cognitive development. We expose your child to different genres of music daily to stimulate your child’s growth and foster their creative mind from a young age.
• Rhymes & Stories – Besides musical stimulation, toddlers are exposed to a world of nursery rhymes, poems and stories. Animated songs and story-telling sessions capture little one’s attention and stimulate speech development. We help your child quickly build language foundations early.
• Muscle Master – Physical movement and exercise is important, so our centre has an assortment of baby gym equipment like cruising bars, floor mats, gym blocks, push cars, see-saws, various balls and more. Each day, your child has ample time to get up and moving, flexing both big and small muscles, practicing hand-eye coordination and developing spatial awareness. Ready, get set, go!
• First Touch – First Touch is designed to enable sensory experiences. Toddlers are guided to explore their surroundings with their five senses through a range of activities, objects and thematic experiences. It is through touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing that they are able to examine, discover and comprehend the world around them.