At the age of two years, Toddlers and parents face separation anxiety and the atmosphere of camaraderie created in the learning environment for this age group at “Curious Kids” helps the toddlers to blend into the mood of the surroundings and participate actively in the play learning activities.
Toddlers always want to do more, which motivates them to keep trying until they master a new skill, no matter what it takes.
It might look like just child’s play, but toddlers are hard at work learning important physical skills as they gain muscle control, balance, and coordination. Each new skill lets them progress to the next one, building on a foundation that leads to more complicated physical tasks, such as jumping rope, kicking a ball on the run, or turning a cartwheel.
Set in this environment, these programs help children make a successful transition from home to nursery and then on to kindergarten.