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Toddler program

Toddlers, like toucans, are colorful, inquisitive, and often noisy and gregarious—and they love to eat fruit!

EBE school 03Our Toddler Program* builds on what children between 16 and 32 months are naturally inclined to do and learn, and includes an age-appropriate range of cognitive, physical, and social activities.

Each day revolves around hands-on learning experiences in literacy and language development, art, music, science and math, with plentiful breaks for snacks and quiet time as well as physical play.

Created by El Bosque staff, the Toddler curriculum is based on best practices for Early Childhood Education.

Here's a look at a typical day:


07:00-08:30             

Drop off and morning activities (breakfast served from 08:00-08:30)

08:30-08:50

Open classroom play

08:50-09:00

Clean up

 

Curriculum begins at 09:00

09:00-09:30

Circle time (Music) as large group

09:30-10:00

Class time (Math/Prewriting/Art)

10:00-10:30

Snack/Wash hands

10:30-10:45

Free play time or stations/Gross motor skills/Fine motor skills

10:45-11:15

Class time (Math/Prewriting/Art)

11:15-11:45

Recess (Outside or Gymnasium)

11:45-12:00

Bathroom break/Wash hands

12:00-12:30

Lunch and clean up

12:30-01:00

Reading, story time and bathroom break/Wash hands

01:00-03:00

Nap or quiet time (Later if necessary)

03:00-03:15

Clean up, bathroom break/Wash hands

03:15-03:45

Snack/Wash hands

03:45-04:00

Story time

04:00-04:30

Class time (Math/Prewriting/Art)

04:30-05:00

Recess (Outside or Gymnasium)

05:00-05:30

Gross motor skills/Fine motor skills

05:30-06:00

Individual drawing, reading or creative time/clean up

06:00

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