Access to both free and structured physical play helps toddlers develop gross and fine motor skills that are the foundation for later physical milestones. Gross movement engages the larger muscles of the arms, torso and legs and helps young children develop strength, control and coordination. Fine movement involves smaller muscles such as those in the fingers and face.
Children have a separate playground area that is only utilized by the infant and toddler classrooms.
Every child has a designated space to hold personal items and supplies. Toys are sanitized continuously throughout the day. In the Toddler Room parents provide necessary supplies that include diapers and baby wipes, which will continue to be supplied until the child is fully potty-trained.