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WE MAKE LEARNING FUN!
|Infant Room 2
Our toddler curriculum focuses on a daily story of the day, art, music, small and large motor skills,
sensory, and self help. Listed below are these activities and what they do for your toddler.
Daily Story: Children develop language by hearing it. Books allow your child to develop early
language skills, and encourage them to love books.
Art: Art helps to develop your child's independence. It also strengthens your child's small motor skills
with the use of crayons, scissors, and markers.
Music: Children learn so much through song and dance. This allows your child to exercise through
dance and is an easy for your child to learn their days of the week, ABC's, and etc.
Small and large motor skills: Through these activities, your child will learn how to develop their
muscles in their hands with the small motor skills, and learn to develop muscles in their legs and
arms with the large motor skills. Small motor would include art, and large motor includes outside
play, and dance.
Sensory: Children learn to discover the world around them with their senses. Everyday your child
will be given the opportunity to do so. Through nature walks and field trips, hearing new sounds
through music, tasting a new food, and much more!
Self Help: Toddlers are in the stage of be very independent, and we love to support that. Your child
will have daily opportunities to learn to do things for themselves such as putting on their jacket and
washing their hands.
|We do believe that children are our future, and to have a bright and successful future, they
must be taught. Incorporated into our program is a toddler and preschool curriculum. We
want all children to learn and develop correctly while they are in our care; therefore every
curriculum is designed to be age and developmentally appropriate. Each week we
concentrate on a theme. Many of our activities revolve around this theme (stories, crafts,
games, puzzles, music, etc.). We believe that learning should be fun and enjoyable!
|Licensed Childcare Center
|Ashley's Angels Childcare
|"Where Angels Are Watched Over"
"See, I am sending an angel before you, to guard you on the way and bring you to the
place I have prepared."
|Ashley's Angels believes in extending our professional
knowledge to parents. We are here to help families in any way
we can, and by doing so we like to share our resources with
you. We are here to help give your child a well rounded
environment while in our care and want that to continue at
home by helping in any way possible. Here you will find
resources that you can use for answers to questions and
concerns you may have as a parent.
|This is a great website that has something
to offer parents, providers, grandparents,
Dad and Moms! Just check it out and see
|Want to know more about the correct
development of your child? This website is
a parent's guide to understanding
|Want to Know what the state requires of us,
or want to contact them with a concern? This
is the website to assist you with all of your
questions and concerns.
|Ashley's Angels Participates in the USDA
Food Program. Want to know what are
meal requirements we are to serve? This
website will have the answers you need.
You can also use this as a guide for
healthy meal planning at home.
|"In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited
from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, office of civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten
Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice or
TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."