Welcome to Two's Town! 

We would like to extend our warmest welcome to you and your family.  We look forward to working with you to provide a nurturing and educational environment for your child.  As you know, children at this age are emerging from toddlerhood and becoming young preschoolers.  They have endless energy and boundless curiosity for exploration.  Therefore, our program is designed to enable children to actively explore their world with confidence and autonomy.  We challenge the children with developmentally appropriate activities in the different learning centers, and we promote independence by encouraging them with the basic self-help skills such as feeding, dressing and potty training.

Potty Training

The key to potty training success is patience and an awareness that children reach this miliestone at their own pace. Different strategies work with different children. Several areas of development need to line up first. The child has to commincate well, be aware of his bodliy feelings, and understand how much time he needs to get there.

How will you know your child is ready? 

  • Your changing fewer diapers
  • Bowel movements become more regular
  • Your little one is more vocal about going to the bathroom
  • Your child notices (and doesn't like) dirty diapers

Once you feel your child is ready here are some tips to help the process:

  1. Play up pottying positives.
  2. Establish standard bathroom talk. Never refer to your child's diaper contents as "smelly" or "gross"; she'll be much more comfortable with toileting if she views elimination as a natural, non "yucky" process.
  3. Dress for potty training success. Get in the habit of dressing your toddler in the right potty training clothes (pants that pull up and down without any fiddling-no overalls or tricky buttons) and then practice the all important pull down maneuver. Ask your child to pull their own pants down for diaper changes and have them pull them back up when you are done. 
  4. Show your toddler how to use the toilet. Toddlers love to mimic. Toileting is no different.

Toddler development 2-3 year olds- feelings.

This is one of the most important ages for emotional development.

Your toddler is going through many emotions while also learning about other people’s feelings. Tantrums are common, because your toddler can’t always communicate their needs. They often don’t know how to put words to strong emotions like frustration, anger, embarrassment, guilt and shame.

Your toddler is also starting to understand how their behaviour affects you and how your behaviour affects them. Your toddler might not get so upset when you leave them. But they’ll still want a lot of your attention and might cling to you when they’re tired or frightened – or just want a cuddle.


Important Dates

              4/2- Fire Drill                       

4/5- Share Day         

4/12- Cooking Day   

4/15- Music Monday      

4/16- Tasty Tuesday      

           4/18- Artsy Thursday                

 4/19- Art Show 4:30-5:30pm

        4/22- Earth Day               

          4/25- Earthquake Drill              

4/26-Movie & Jammie Day

Art Show



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Cooking Day

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