Because the rate of development of a one-year-old is at a fast pace, the room must be flexible to adjust to the individual needs.
A wide range of activities is offered. Bubbles, puzzles, toys, and songs are among the favorites. Coloring, painting and a romp in the gym or playroom are on the daily schedule.
At one year, the children are just starting to learn words. They learn the names of their teachers and the names of their friends in the classroom. To enrich the development of language, the children are read stories and books, and play invented games to introduce a new experience each week.
Ones can go for daily walks whenever the weather permits. Strollers are a multi-seated affair. The children enjoy the fresh air and sights of our bustling neighborhood, trees and flowers in bloom, or maybe take a little catnap along the way.
One-year-olds nap on low cots, which are washed after each use.