Two Year Olds

Our Two year olds like to be independent! Children at this age are curious about the world around them – a great deal of their day is spent exploring, pushing, pulling, filling, dumping, and touching. Your child will be encouraged to try new ideas and explore their surroundings – while learning about their world and being introduced to numbers, letters, shapes, and colors with the guidance of our experienced teachers.

Our two year olds build skills and confidence through games, songs, art, music and movement as our knowledgeable teachers provide an outlet for their creative expression. In addition, your child will be introduced to the alphabet, as well as, the phonetic annunciation of letters utilizing the Zoo-phonics Program ( Your child will participate in daily small group instruction, which promotes individual skills and development. Here at Kids Care Club, we provide the perfect balance of learning, nurturing and playtime!

Language Development

  • Stimulating vocabulary development through repetition of words and sentences
  • Building alphabet recognition through play with letters and writing activities
  • Strengthening conversation skills with group sharing and open-ended questions
  • Encouraging self-expression through language
  • Storytelling and discussions to learn comprehension and gain an interest in literacy
  • Fun, interactive transitions through songs and hand movements

Math & More

  • Encouraging investigation and problem solving
  • Providing measurement and shape activities
  • Introducing calendar concepts
  • Providing opportunities and activities to practice sorting, matching and categorizing
  • Using blocks and manipulatives to teach quantity, counting, number identification, and patterning

Science Discovery

  • Teaching cause and effect through science experiments
  • Providing real life pictures and materials to explore the 5 senses
  • Introducing weather concepts
  • Learning life cycles through caring for class pets and school garden activities
  • Providing cooking activities

Art and Drama

  • Supporting pretend play and role-playing with props and costumes
  • Encouraging creative expression through age-appropriate art materials
  • Stimulating imagination through storytelling and block-building
  • Providing a variety of cultural art and props to experience diversity
  • Opportunities to express creativity through music, arts, dance, and drama

Family & Community

  • Supporting cooperative play with peers
  • Using large and small group activities to model sharing, communication, and cooperation
  • Regular teacher-family communication, including daily updates to keep you informed
  • Learning social skills, such as, manners, empathy, and teamwork
  • Recycling in the classroom and growing a garden together

Health Awareness

  • Strengthening large-motor skills with riding equipment, balls, and movement activities
  • Improving fine-motor and eye-hand coordination through pouring, stringing, and cutting activities
  • Developing coordination using beanbags, hula hoops, and balance beams
  • Providing positive potty training routines and practicing healthy hygiene
  • Encouragement and support that builds your child’s self-confidence and self-help skills