Toddler Program Ages 2-3
Young Phoenix Academy’s Toddler Program is set in an interactive classroom environment that provides children aged two to three with hands-on learning opportunities that educate through experience.
Our toddler classroom features free-flowing learning areas, dramatic play and home corner, construction tables, abundant resources, art and craft space, a designated mealtime area, and a separate outdoor play area.
Learning in our toddler classroom focuses on providing children with opportunities to learn through play-based, open-ended, and structured learning experiences.
Key learning areas focus on physical development, independence skills, early literacy and numeracy skills, communication and social skills, problem solving, emotional regulation, toilet training, and sensory exploration.
The goal of the Toddler Program is to provide children with a complete academics and wellbeing program that progressively builds children’s learning confidence and competence in all areas of social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development.
Fees for our Toddler Program are $105 per day before the Child Care Subsidy is applied. Nutritious meals are included in our daily fees. To learn more, enquire today.
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Young Phoenix Academy’s Toddler Program provides children aged 2-3 with a stimulating classroom environment, art and craft space, mealtime area, children’s bathroom with nappy change and toileting facilities, and seperate outdoor play area.
Key Learning Areas for Toddlers
- Name, self-esteem, and belonging
- Emotions, facial expression, body
- Descriptive words
- Independence and life skills
- Resilience and positive behaviour
- Connections to people, places, and things
- Diversity, culture, languages, and celebrations
- Environment and sustainability
- Dramatic play
- Community groups
- Lessons in sharing and turn taking
- Simple structured games
- Physical development
- Toilet training
- Nutrition and healthy habits
- Social and emotional wellbeing
- Encouraging bodily awareness
- Munch and Move Program
- Letters, numbers, shapes and colours
- Classification, sorting, and matching activities
- Science experiments
- Puzzles and problem solving
- Construction and building
- Sensory exploration
- Story telling and reading
- Music and movement
- Sounds, expressive, and receptive language
- Asking questions
- Pencil grip and early literacy skills
- Show and Tell and News Time
- Art and craft activities
- Drawing and painting
- Loose parts play
- Dress ups and exploring roles
- Doll care
- Home corner and pretend play
What Learning Looks Like
Positive, respectful, and responsive relationships help children feel secure and confident in their learning environment.
Literacy and Numeracy
We develop early literacy and numeracy skills by weaving key concepts into meaningful and fun play-based learning experiences.
Children refine their senses, classification skills, and understanding of their world through sensory exploration.
Children practice self-help skills, learn about nutrition and the body, and participate in daily wellbeing activities.
Open Ended Experiences
Play and open-ended experiences encourage children’s learning confidence, curiosity, and problem solving.
Our team actively involve children in individual and group learning experiences that are centred on children’s needs and interests.
Our Nursery and Preschool Programs
Our Nursery Program provides babies with a nurturing environment where they learn through movement, sensory exploration, and caring relationships with our team. Our daily fees are $110 before the Child Care Subsidy (CCS is applied).
Our Preschool Program prepares children with the foundational knowledge and skills that will support them in making a successful transition to school. Our daily fees are $100 before the Child Care Subsidy (CCS is applied).