The classrooms at Princeton Academy are divided developmentally, rather than chronologically. When an infant begins to walk, switches to one nap a day, begins to be able to handle finger foods he/she is showing signs of readiness to move into our toddler class.
As every child develops on his own schedule, this move may occur anytime between one year and eighteen months.
Once in the toddler classroom, the children follow a more standardized schedule. They will have circle time with its stories, songs, etc. There will be daily activities to develop and challenge their cognitive, as well as physical skills.
They will begin to socialize and interact with the other children in the class. They will go outside every day and have a chance to run, climb, and play.
Being a toddler is fun at Princeton Academy!