Play Group

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Playgroup is the 1st step in preschool.

Age :1 ½ years to 2 ½ years

Timing :  2:30  Hours program

Engaging Your Toddler

BrainoKids Toddler program encourages children to use their bodies, senses and their emerging problem-solving skills to learn about and make sense of their world in the ways most meaningful and effective for them.

From “Five little monkeys jumping on the bed!” during Morning Circle Time to the daily exploration of Active Investigation Time, we balance individual attention with group experiences and ensure that your toddler is using all that energy in productive ways.

FirstStep curriculum

The FirstStep curriculum provides the three components of an early childhood curriculum: Developmentally appropriate experiences, engaging classroom spaces and responsive teacher-child relationships. All are designed to engage your child’s cognitive, emotional and physical development.

In the classroom

Our classrooms include areas for playing, learning, sleeping, eating and diapering that create a safe and empowering environment. The classrooms are also divided into general areas that meet your child’s need to:

  • Move: Here children can use their muscles and bodies for crawling, climbing, jumping, dancing and playing games. This increases physical coordination skills and is a way young children make connections in their brains.
  • Explore & Express: Our area for sensory exploration and creative expression. We encourage children to explore their inquisitive nature by experimenting with materials, trying new things and engaging in pretend play.
  • Relax: Research shows that many behavioral problems stem from emotionally overwhelming social situations. This quiet and cozy place is where children and teachers can read books, tell stories or have conversations.

Whether it’s trying all the playground equipment or pouring cereal, we give toddlers plenty of opportunities to investigate, explore and play in a safe, secure, yet stimulating environment. Our unique blend of education and care meets emotional needs while promoting good social skills and learning.