Toddler Room: 15 months-33 months
Toddlers are busy, busy, busy!! They do everything above and more! We work on our toddlers getting ready to move up to the next room. This includes potty training when parents feel their child is ready, recognizing the shapes, colors, letters and numbers as well as their names. Self sufficiency is a big tool for toddlers. They love to do everything on their own and we work with them to make it possible!
Our daily schedule:
6:00 ~ 8:30 Your child is greeted with open arms and smiling faces. Breakfast is served if needed.
8:15 ~ 8:30 Diaper check/ bathroom break
8:30 ~ 9:00 Time to get down and explore our classroom
9:00 ~ 9:30 Off to the gym to get some exercise
9:30 ~ 10:00 Oh My! We are hungry! Time to get cleaned up for snack
10:00 ~ 10:15 Let's get together for some group time. Diaper check/ bathroom break
10:15 ~ 11:00 Time for some fresh air. We head outside for a walk or play time in our infant/toddler playground
11:00 ~ 11:45 Hungry again! Its time to get cleaned up and ready for lunch.
11:45 ~ 12:00 Diaper check/bathroom break
12:00 ~ 2:00 Nap Time
2:00 ~ 2:15 Diaper check/bathroom break
2:15 ~ 2:30 Lets sing together and practice our finger plays
2:30 ~ 2:50 Time to move around and explore the classroom
2:50 ~ 3:30 Up to the table, its time for snack.
3:30 ~ 4:00 Lets go run in the gym/or outdoor play
4:00 ~ 6:00 Classroom combination. Its time to go home!
Monday-Friday, 6 AM - 6 PM
Year Round, Closed on Major Holidays
Fees and Tuition:
Meet the Teachers:
Amy Allen - I have several roles at GELC. I am the Director of the center. I spend a good part of my day in my office getting appointments set, communicating with parents and staff, scheduling of staff, and all of our family fun nights and activities. I work in all of the classrooms as well throughtout the day. I have two daughters who I love and adore!
Diane Clark has worked for GELC in the Infant/Toddler Room for 14 years. She loves working with children and watching them grow, discover and learn new things daily. Diane has a daughter and likes to spend time watching her play bass in her band.