One Year Old’s
Teacher to Child Ratio : 1 to 7 (state ratio)
Curriculum : Scheduled Weekly
Learning Basics | One year old curriculum:
One year old curriculum” encompasses a comprehensive approach to early childhood education, where toddlers are introduced to a diverse range of subjects and skills on a weekly basis. Through structured activities, one-year-olds engage in Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Motor Skill development. Additionally, the curriculum prioritizes the cultivation of essential social skills, including cooperation, outdoor play, and proper use of food utensils.
Great care is taken for each child’s first exposure to academics, ensuring a nurturing environment for learning numbers, letters, shapes, and color. Singing with music is our preferred method for fun learning, with the “Clean Up” song emerging as a beloved favorite among both parents and children, adding an element of fun to the educational process.
Baby Sign Language:
Although One’s have limited verbalization, they can develop communication skills. For instance, we teach them the signs for milk, more, water, thank you, etc. Bridging the gap of language and understanding with sign language opens new doors for one year olds and their parents.