At Small World Learning Center your toddler will thrive in our creative, interactive, language-rich environment where caregivers talk, sing, and play with him/her while modeling and assisting positive social interactions. Our caregivers will encourage your toddler’s development of independence in feeding and personal care routines.
Each toddler will have an individual feeding and sleeping schedule. Older toddlers will be asked to lie down at a certain time. Toddlers will rotate through the following activities each day:
- AInteractive playtime
- Interactive story time
- Music time
- Meal time/snack time
- Sensory exploration
- Theme activities
- Nap time (sleep/rest/quiet play according to child’s need)
- Outdoor play (weather permitting)
- Discovery sharing
- Free play
Your toddler will thrive in our creative, interactive, language-rich environment where caregivers talk, sing, and play with him/her while modeling and assisting positive social interactions. Our caregiver will encourage your toddler’s development of independence in feeding and personal care routines. Staff to child ratio 1:5-6
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What The Parents Say
“SWLC is the loving, thoughtful, learning environment we’ve always wanted for our son. We are so happy to be a part of it!”
“As first-time parents, we were apprehensive about sending our three-month-old son to daycare, but after meeting the staff at Small World Learning Center and touring the facility, we felt very comfortable about leaving our baby there. They really helped ease our transition back to work after maternity leave with peace of mind that our son was in good hands. I loved being able to see him during my lunch break to nurse or just visit. We love SWLC and our son does too!”
“What I appreciate about SWLC: The teachers really work hard to put my son first. The small class size is ideal for preschoolers. Healthy food and snacks and a Christian environment. Family nights make the school feel like a small family.”