AGE 18 - 30 Months | Class Size 10

Our curious toddlers will learn basic routines, develop social skills and enjoy a variety of learning experiences through play in a safe and loving environment.

Our classroom is stocked with age-appropriate toys and materials to ignite any toddler’s imagination allowing them to learn to play with other children, share ideas and succeed.

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Classroom Facilities

At Active Kidz, children are given the opportunity to explore the environment (the third teacher) and materials and participate in a variety of open-ended activities. Experiences are carefully planned through observations and implemented in an open-classroom setting where each child’s learning and development is supported.

Children are free to choose from age-appropriate activities including art and sensory, music and movement, language development, pre-math and math skills, science/discovery  and nature, and dramatic play. Children develop a sense of belonging, self-esteem, independence and problem-solving skills as they make choices and assist in planning the environment and the activities.




Taking knowledge of child development, knowledge of how children learn and a well-grounded understanding of children’s play, our early educators construct a living curriculum that truly reflects the interests and needs of the children in their care.


Our play based program is intended to identify what children are expected to learn and be able to do in all developmental areas. The curriculum is designed to help our children achieve their individual potential and create a positive future for themselves, their families and their communities.


The curriculum in our high quality program is sensitive to the needs, interests and background experiences of the children. It integrates all content areas to provide a solid foundation for learning in language, literacy, math, science, social studies, health, art, music and movement. The program at Active Kidz responds to the nature of the learner, rather than trying to “fit” the children to the curriculum.


Our primary goal is for children to feel safe and secure by building positive and responsive relationships among children, parents and educators. Prior to being independent, a child must know that he or she can depend on adults and a predictable environment. Children are treated with respect and kindness and in turn are encouraged to interact and communicate in a positive manner. We recognize that children develop at different rates and have different interests. Small group sizes and appropriate teacher-child ratios allow for meeting the individual needs of each child.