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CV Toddler Program

CV Toddler Program

Developing the whole child

Our toddler program is a bustling environment where children can channel their energy into activities that stimulate their creativity, imagination and curiosity. Our educators instill a deep-rooted love of learning by engaging the children in purposeful play and discovery. Children are introduced to an evidence-based, sequential learning model which incorporates a proprietary blend of the Montessori and High Scope curriculums, setting the foundation for future academic success and developing the whole child.

A collaborative and creative approach to learning, that employs small group learning to foster early socialization.
A structured curriculum model empowers children to learn at their natural pace in carefully curated environments.
Dedicated spaces for creative xpression to support small groups while exploring art, music, drama and technology.
Specialty rooms
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Where toddlers learn and explore

The CV toddler curriculum supports the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of the child. Our educators are your trusted partners in guiding your child’s development – from toilet training to language development to learning how to work cooperatively with others. We go beyond daycare to provide nurturing guidance in helping our toddlers achieve and master key developmental milestones. CV toddlers learn to build order, coordination, independence, inner security and concentration habits. The Toddler classroom experience is a child‐centered, educator‐guided learning environment.

With 20 + years experience in the industry, you can feel confident when leaving your children in our team’s care.

1 teacher to 5 children

Potty training support

Daily reports

Unlimited camera access

Key developmental milestones

By the end of our Toddler program, your child should be able to:

  •  Able to problem solve simple tasks in a variety of ways
  •  Label an emotion
  •  Use two or more words to make a request or ask a question
  •  Sustain a verbal interchange with another person
  •  Sustain a verbal exchange with another person by taking multiple turns
  •  Have well-developed gross motor skills
  •  Watch and imitate body movements
  • Display independence by feeding and dressing themselves
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