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Two Years Education
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Imagineers

Two Year Olds

Two year old children are Imagineers. Energy, independence, and curiosity about the world fill their souls and minds. Their language skills and vocabulary continues to develop dramatically. They are developing in many areas rapidly and are eager for attention and learning. Our program highlights language development to help children strengthen and increase vocabularies and character. We conduct group activities to complement children’s growth development through social skills such as cooperation, sharing, and taking turns. Our classroom also focuses on dramatic plays, games, and hands-on activities. Our teachers work in fostering children’s independence, self-esteem, and sense of accomplishment. We provide them the necessary resources and guidance to explore and learn in a comfortable and safe environment. We will keep you updated on your children’s progress through daily reports.

The Two year old Curriculum Includes:

  • Creative Curriculum enables children to develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical thinking skills.

  • Creative Curriculum lessons offers daily opportunities to individualize instruction, help teachers meet the needs of every type of learner, and address all the important areas of learning— from social-emotional and math to technology and the arts, and incorporates them throughout every part of every day.

Our bible curriculum, The Gospel Project, focuses on a weekly bible story with hands-on activities and interactive worship songs introducing children to the gospel.

 

Below are some of the basic milestones we look for, in addition to specific academic and developmental achievements:

Movement

  • Climbs well (24-30 mo.)
  • Walks up stairs alternating feet with support (24-30 mo.)
  • Runs easily (24-26 mo.)
  • Pedals tricycle (30-36 mo.)
  • Bends over easily without falling (24-30 mo.)

Social/Emotional

  • Separates easily from parents (by 36 mo.)
  • Expresses a wide range of emotions (24-36 mo.)
  • Objects to major changes in routine (24-36 mo.)

Hand and Finger Skills

  • Makes vertical, horizontal and circular strokes (30-36 mo.)
  • Turns book pages one at a time (24-30 mo.)
  • Builds a tower of more than 6 blocks (24-30 mo.)
  • Holds a pencil in writing position (30-36 mo.)
  • Screws and unscrews jar lids, nuts and bolts (24-30 mo.)

Cognitive

  • Plays make believe with dolls, animals and people (24-36 mo.)
  • Sorts objects by color (30-36 mo.)
  • Completes puzzles with 3 or 4 pieces (24-36 mo.)
  • Understands concept of “two” (26-32 mo.)

Language

  • Recognizes and identifies almost all common objects (26-32 mo.)
  • Understands most sentences (24-40 mo.)
  • Can say name, age and sex (30-36 mo.)
  • Uses pronouns (I, you, me, we, they) (24-30 mo.)
  • Strangers can understand most of his/her words (30-36 mo.)