At My Tot Spot, we strive to develop maximum growth and potential in each child.
18 - 30 months old
Our toddlers spend their day as a small family-sized group with one staff and a maximum of five children. We offer a morning and afternoon snack, as well as a nutritious lunch daily.
Our knowledgeable Early Childhood Educator will, through observation and in conversation with parents, decide on the program plan for the following week. This keeps the children’s interests current, and learning can happen at the highest level.
After busy mornings of play that include planned activities for all areas of development (social, gross and fine motor, language, cognitive, etc.), the children will have a nap for up to two hours. Playtime includes a one-hour outdoor time both in the morning and in the afternoon.
As the group is small it allows for the toddlers to grow in social situations with a manageable group size.
- My Tot Spot is licensed for five toddlers
- One teacher per five toddlers
2.5 - 6 years old
In the preschool program, we have a wider age grouping. This provides great opportunities for children to become self-confident role models for the younger children. At the same time it also encourages the younger children to venture in the learning alongside the older children, yet at their pace. Programming is based on the OELF document, preparing the children for Kindergarten. It also enhances and deepens previous learning for the Kindergarten-aged child.
Our daily activities are based on a variety of areas of development to ensure that children are reaching their full potential.
We offer a morning and afternoon snack, as well as a nutritious lunch daily. There is a one-hour rest and up to two hours for those who need it. Non-sleepers can engage in quiet activities for the second hour. Playtime includes a one-hour outdoor time both in the morning and in the afternoon.
Throughout the preschool program, we help the children develop skills of lifelong learning in a safe and caring environment.
- My Tot Spot is licensed for sixteen preschoolers
- One teacher per eight preschoolers