For your TODDLER at PBP there is a place waiting for exploration and discovery.
Your growing child will be constantly learning about shapes, colors, numbers and letters along with The Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers & Twos.®
The researched based objectives, will focus on routines and experiences. The components were designed specifically to provide in-depth support for the unique demands of each day in an infant, toddler and twos program.
Our teachers will introduce the children to hands-on study explorations, while still maintaining responsive routines and caregiving.
Along with their numbers, colors, shapes, and letters, they will engage in
studies of familiar topics, including containers, shoes, brushes, light, rocks, bags, clothes, seats, balls, and paper.
Toddler Lesson Plans
Welcome to School, Making Friends, My Family
Letters Aa, Mm, Tt
Number 1, 2
Letters Ss, Ii, Ff
Letters Dd, Rr, Oo
Letters Gg, Ll, Hh
Letters Uu, Cc, Bb
Letters Nn, Kk, Vv
Letters Ee, Ww, Jj
Letters Pp, Yy, Xx
Letters Qq, Zz
When introducing shapes to your toddler, point to the appropriate shape and say "circle" or "square".
It helps to point at a variety of items while naming the appropriate shapes.
Your child will soon be able to tell the difference between a circle and a square.
Encourage your child to repeat after you as you introduce shapes.
By pointing at an object, you could mention the color. For example, you could say to your toddler, "Wow, you are playing with a red car."
You have told the toddler that is the color red. Randomly point at different objects, and mention the color and the name of the object.
Allow your child to repeat after you as you mention colors.
During the toddler phase, it is best to teach them to memorize counting 1-10. Incorporate counting into your daily activities at home.
For example count to five or ten before starting or transitioning to a new activity.
Then once they are comfortable counting by themselves, you can help them to recognize numbers visually.
Toddlers love songs and games. It may seem like an overwhelming task to teach them the alphabet, but it doesn't have to be. Sing the ABC's everyday.
Have your toddler repeat after you. Like counting, incorporate the alphabet song into your child's daily activities because learning the ABCs takes time.