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What is Experience Toddler Curriculum?
What is Experience Toddler Curriculum?
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Experience Toddler is a comprehensive curriculum for children ages 18 -36 months. We use a combination of books, art, music, playful manipulatives and games to support toddlers' sensory exploration of the world around them as they build foundational development in social-emotional, motor, language and cognitive skills. Please see the following links to check out the full scope of the toddler curriculum:

Each kit includes 4 storybooks. Each week, one of the storybooks serves as the base for the related activities and art projects. Other exciting tools included in the kit will be laminated play mats, sticker projects, reusable manipulatives, sign language cards, and weekly parent newsletters and other family-engagement resources.

Each month you discover:

  • Art experiences are toddler-friendly with a focus on stamping, collaging, coloring and using stickers.

  • Language and literacy experiences invite children to explore the included 4 books, practice concepts of print, build vocabulary, tell stories with included story pieces, and listen to read-alouds.

  • Cognitive experiences offer a variety of tray play games that include supplies for learning shapes, colors, sorting manipulatives, a variety of self-help activities for cleaning and feeding, number sense activities that explore 1-1 correspondence, more or less concepts and exposure to numbers.

  • Music and movement experiences include digital music produced specifically to support toddlers in exploring rhythm pattern games, muscle coordination games, instrument exploration and simple sing-alongs.

The Experience Toddler curriculum reinforces the same theme concepts and developmental skills as Experience Baby and Experience Preschool (Mother Goose Time) but designed specifically for the toddler level. This allows schools to present a cohesive learning experience from birth through age 5.

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