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Toddler 1 Classroom

1 to 2 Years

The toddler 1 room is licensed for 10 children ages 1 to 2 years. Children must be walking independently to transition to this room. There are big changes in the toddler room. The children move from sleeping in a crib to napping on a cot. They also sit at the table and not in high chairs for breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack. The toddler room has an indoor climbing structure and lots of open area to move around. The toddler 1 room shares a large playground with the toddler 2 room. The playground has swings, climbing structures with slides, and a sandbox. Children generally transition to toddler 2 at 20 months.

Meet the Team



Assistant Director

I have been working in ECE since 2009. I am all things infants and toddlers. I am bilingual and spend a lot of time with family in Mexico. When I am not at work, I like watching movies and spending time with my children. My favorite book is The Monster at the End of this Book.



Coming Soon!



I am newer to the child care field; I started in 2022.  I enjoy working with babies and toddlers.  Outside of work I like to read.  My favorite children's  book is Corduroy because my mom used to read it to me all the time as a little kid before bed

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Toddler 2 Classroom

1 to 2 Years

Toddler 2 is a fun change for our little friends.  In this room the children work more on social emotional skills, following 2 step directions, and playing with others.  They will begin learning shapes, colors, and fine motor skills.  They are introduced to a lot of different materials to explore and learn.  If your child is ready to start potty training we will assist with that new skill.  The children will move to early preschool around 2 ½ years.

Meet the Team



I have been working in childcare since 2016 and love toddlers.  My favorite thing to do outside of childcare is go to the batting cages and explore different attractions. My favorite children’s book is Love You Forever. I like this book because, it’s relatable to my own son, and in a way relatable to every child in my care because “ I’ll love forever and like you for always”.

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