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About our Toddler Care 

12 months to 2 ½ Years

Our toddler classroom is where we begin to teach your child to be an independent young person. For most, it will be their first experience with preschool education, introducing a daily schedule with planned activities.

A main focus in the classroom is developing communication. This includes learning to listen and follow directions, speaking words, and building phrases and sentences. These skills will allow the child to take part and find their way in the world. They are encouraged to touch, feel, explore, and discover to develop their natural curiosity, imagination, and love for learning.


Students enjoy a variety of planned activities that include arts and crafts, singing, dancing, and pre-reading skills such as rhyming and story time. All the activities and materials are designed to teach the children skills that will give them a strong foundation for healthy learning.

Toddler Playing

Toddler Care: Theory and Enrichment 

In alignment with Maria Montessori's philosophy of child development, KMA has adopted the fundamental requirements for an infant in our care to receive rapid cognitive and physical growth. In corresponds to providing, proper care, nutrition, rest, balanced environment, our academy staff is equipped to aid in the development of your child's individual being during this time in their childhood. We would love for you to go over in more extensive detail about our Toddler Care Curriculum. Book a tour today!

Toddler with Wooden Toys
Cognitive Progression & Development  
  • Matching geometric shapes

  • Puzzles (simple)

  • distingushing same and different

  • Tracing and matching shapes

  • Object matching basics 

Cute Toddler
Development of Language
  • expand vocabualry 

  • name ten basic parts of the body

  • practice basic counting

  • name objects and pictures

  • develop visual acuity

  • become aware of phonetic sounds

  • naming objects and pictures

Toddler Doing Yoga
Development of Movement 
  • walking up and down the stairs

  • fine motor skills

  • jumping

  • running 

  • hand-eye coordination

  • develop memory

  • practice making choices

  • increase ability to concentrate 

Sweet Toddler
Development of Personality 
  • explore in a social situation

  • develop concentration

  • sharing materials

  • recognize and name feelings in self and others 

  • imitate body movements 

  • recognize and imiate facial expressions 

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