2 - 3 Year Olds
Encouraging Curiosity, Confidence, and Cooperation
Whole Child Education
Birth to age three are the most important years in a child’s development, indicates recent brain research. During this time, your toddler is growing in leaps and bounds not only cognitively but also socially, emotionally, and physically. At Eagle’s Nest Development Center, we focus on all areas of development so that your youngster can reap the full benefits of a well-balanced early childhood education, which studies show can lead to long-term improvement in school success and higher educational attainment.
- Cognitive: Early childhood is the most intensive period of cognitive development. Critical factors include a safe, predictable environment, responsive, nurturing caregivers, and engaging, language-rich activities.
- Socio-Emotional: Early learning caregivers who carry on nurturing relationships with toddlers, model appropriate behaviors and responses, and communicate effectively about emotions foster healthy socio-emotional development, laying the foundation for successful interpersonal relationships.
- Physical: Movement plays an integral role in the progression of gross and fine motor skills, learning, and socialization. Whether tossing a ball, jumping, scribbling, or stacking blocks, toddlers learn through doing.
Developmental Activities Include:
Preschool and Beyond
An early learning center is about more than preparing a child for preschool—though that’s an important part of it. Since the foundation of thinking, language, socialization, aptitudes, and other key characteristics are established in a child’s first three years, we focus on whole child education in our early learner curriculum. This approach not only develops the skills necessary for your child’s next educational stage, but also establishes habits for a lifetime of success.