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Toddler Twos Program

Toddler A + B

Year Round Care options for 2-year-old children

Full-Time: 5 Full Days  7:00am - 5:30pm 

Part-Time: 3 Full Days up to 5:30pm;

OR 5 Half-Days 8:00 am - 11:30 am

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Less than a year ago, your little one was uttering one-word commands - now he or she is speaking in three-word sentences and has a growing vocabulary that includes a couple hundred words. Here are some skills your toddler two-year-old might be doing:


Communication & Language Skills - speaks using pronouns (I, me, you); is understandable to others half of the time; asks many "What?" and "Where?" questions

Gross motor movement and physical development - jumps in place; throws a ball overhand; pulls pants up with assistance; climbs and runs; washes and dries hands

Social & emotional - enjoys pretend play; starts to play with, not just alongside, other kids; can tell you when he or she needs a diaper change or has to go to the potty; refers to himself or herself by name 

Cognitive - begins to develop a sense of humor and thinks things are silly; understand the concept of one item or thing

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Daily activities include Bible stories, discovery play, songs and music, snack time, outside play, lunch time, nap time, arts and crafts, fine and gross motor skills, letter and number time, as well as learning activities and games.

Play is the basic ingredient of all learning and we use a variety of learning activities to include every child. Small Steps provides a safe, nurturing, and Christian environment that feeds your child's faith. They are taught social skills and how to feel comfortable expressing their emotions and in handling transitions.


Chapel is held every Wednesday and families are welcome to attend.

A Note About Toilet Training:


Before introducing any toilet learning, watch for clear signs of readiness.

Does your child have the ability to...?:

  • follow simple instructions

  • understand words about the toileting process

  • control the muscles responsible for elimination

  • verbally express a need to go

  • keep a diaper dry for 2 hours or more

  • get to the potty, sit on it, and then get off the potty without help

  • pull down diapers or underpants

  • show an interest in using the potty or wearing underpants


Our teachers are happy to support your efforts to potty-train your child. At Small Steps, your child will see other children using the toilet. Teachers will also encourage readiness with potty book reading and practice on the toilet, as your child shows interest.

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