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Two-Year-Old Program

In the two-year-old program, we work on developing a lot of skills in our little ones. Our biggest goal is for each child to feel comfortable in our classroom which is why we strive for a loving environment each day.

Our two-year-old program focuses on the development of social, emotional, communication, cognitive and physical development that promotes exploration, play, and imitation.

Your child will work daily on skills like following basic directions, helping to clean up, singing simple songs, and sharing toys with teachers and friends. We will explore feelings and desires and speak using friendly words and hands with classmates.

At this special age, participating in group time and cooperative play, thinking of others, and inviting classmates to play is so important. We will also work on role playing/pretend play and grasping simple ideas each day.

By the end of the two-year-old program, our goal is for each child to be potty trained, or at least showing some interest in starting the process. Above all, we want each child to be more independent than when he or she started the year. 

Two Year Olds' Teacher
  • Ana Martinez

  • Sarah Garrett

Classes Offered
  • 2 days per week

  • 3 days per week

  • 5 days per week

Objectives for Two-Year-Olds

Social & Emotional Skills
  • Separate easily from parents

  • Trust teachers

  • Follow simple directions

  • Verbalize needs appropriately

  • Respect people and objects in the classroom

  • Play cooperatively with other children

Classroom Skills
  • Follow classroom rules and routines

  • Use friendly hands, walking feet, listening ears, and quiet voices

  • Speak clearly and use age appropriate language

  • Listen and respond when spoken to

  • Wait patiently for a turn

  • Use appropriate behavior during chapel, group times, etc.

Readiness Skills
  • Know some colors and shapes

  • Enjoy using crayons, scissors, play dough, paint, etc.

  • Know and verbalize names of friends and teachers

Independence Skills
  • Walk into preschool like a “big kid”

  • Participate in classroom activities

  • Wipe own nose when needed

  • Go to bathroom if potty trained

  • Wash hands

  • Put on coat

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