Through Relationships with Caring Adults: Teachers help your child feel secure and important. They create strong, positive bonds with your toddler that help her gain confidence so she can explore and learn.
Through Active, Hands-on play: Young children learn best when they can see, hear, taste, touch, and smell objects safely. Through exploration, they start to see how the world works and how to solve problems.
By Connecting New Ideas and Skills to what Toddlers already Know and can Do: All of us learn best when we can link new information to what we already know. Teachers help toddlers do this so that they build knowledge. Teachers also connect learning to whatever your child is interested in, like balls, animals, or trucks!
By Exploring and Making Sense of their World: Toddlers need a lot of experiences with objects and interactions with people to begin understanding them. Play is an important way your toddler explores materials, tests ideas, and starts figuring out why something happens. Toddlers
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