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Toddler classroom

(16 months to 24 months)

Toddler classroom

Our toddler curriculum at Kids Academy is thoughtfully crafted to cater to the unique developmental needs of children aged 16 months to 24 months using the Illinois Early Learning Guidelines for Children Birth to Age 3.  Our curriculum revolves around a play-based and interactive learning approach, recognizing that toddlers learn best through hands-on experiences.

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Kids Academy recognizes the significance of early learning for children aged 16 months to 24 months and is dedicated to providing a nurturing environment that promotes holistic development. During this pivotal stage, our tailored curriculum emphasizes language acquisition, fine and gross motor skills, and social interactions.

Through engaging activities like interactive story sessions and age-appropriate art projects, toddlers at Kids Academy begin building a strong foundation for communication and creativity. Our educators focus on fostering a love for learning by incorporating play-based methods that encourage cognitive exploration.

With outdoor playtime and group activities, children have the opportunity to develop both fine and gross motor skills, enhancing their physical capabilities. Kids Academy understands the importance of social interactions at this age, and our curriculum includes activities that promote cooperative play, helping toddlers navigate and build relationships with their peers.

A Note from the Toddler Teaching Team:

At Kids Academy, our commitment to early learning goes beyond traditional academic approaches, focusing on a holistic method that prioritizes each child’s comprehensive development. We understand that a child’s growth encompasses not only cognitive abilities but also emotional, social, and physical aspects. Our curriculum is designed to nurture creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, laying a strong foundation for future educational milestones. Through engaging activities such as music and movement, sensory play, and imaginative exploration, we encourage children to express themselves and develop a love for learning.