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Toddler Program

16 Months up to 36 Months

The toddler rooms at Children of Tomorrow provide highly-active play focused on language and social development, self-help skills, and creativity for children around ages 18 months to 36 months of age.

Your Toddler’s Day at Children of Tomorrow

Every day in our toddler rooms at Children of Tomorrow, you will find:

Learning: Speech clarity, following instructions, and verbal skills improvement are a focus in our toddler rooms. Your child will learn through listening, watching, experimenting, and practicing.

Playing: Toddlers learn through playing! You’ll find our teachers using weekly curriculum with our toddlers to develop language, large and small motor movements, and self-help skills. Play includes music, art, games, science and math activities, and outdoor play!

Making Friends: Interaction with peers, learning to share, and participating in group activities is key to toddlers’ social and emotional development. Our teachers also help children understand appropriate behavior and how to handle frustrations.

Meals and Snacks: Each day, Children of Tomorrow provides fresh, wholesome, and kid-friendly meals through a catering service. Our meals meet or exceed guidelines established by the Child Care Food Program, MN Department of Education, and the National Association for the Education of Young Children standards.

Diapers and Toilet Training: Children of Tomorrow works with each parent on toilet training when the time is appropriate for each child.

Napping and Quiet Time: Toddlers take an afternoon nap each day, followed by quiet time.

Communication: Each day, you’ll receive electronic communication through our Tadpole program to communicate information on diapering/potty, meals and snacks, naps, and classroom activities. Daily, open communication with parents is extremely important.

Children of Tomorrow toddler rooms are both teacher-directed and child-initiated to foster positive growth for these little learners.

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Praise From Children of Tomorrow Families

We moved our daughter to COT after having an unsatisfactory experience at another local daycare. Previously, we’d experienced a lot of staff and director turnover, which created a negative experience for our daughter who didn’t like going to daycare. At COT, the director is also the owner. As a small business owner, it is clear that Aleta has a passion for what she does and this is reflected in the staff she hires and the atmosphere at the center. This is more than a daycare – it’s a fun, supportive, learning center that our daughter loves. It’s evident on the smile she has each time we go through the COT door.