Kidsville Early Learning Center

                    Learn, Share, Laugh, Grow 

Our Toddler Classrooms offer the perfect environment for our children to grow socially and emotionally. Your child will remain with their teacher for a longer period of time to continue on their journey of building meaningful relationships. They will grow in their leadership and self-help skills by observing and helping their peers.  KVELC creates a daily experiences, that  help facilitate in the development of the toddlers growing vocabulary. 


• Can recall information over a longer period of time without contextual clues
               • Can reenact a sequence of events observed at an earlier time
• Can link past and present activities
• Can engage in pretend play involving several sequenced steps and assigned roles 
• Can show understanding that numbers represent quantity 
• Can use number words to indicate the quantity in small sets of objects (one, two, three) 
• Can demonstrate an understanding that adding to increases the number of objects in a group
• Can place objects in one-to-one correspondence during play 
• Can begin to use words such as bigger, smaller and longer
• Can show understanding of simple requests and statements 
• Can show interest in and use new or unfamiliar words in conversation and play 
• Can combine words to express more complex ideas or requests 
• Can (with support) describe experiences with people, places and things
• Can use words that indicate position 
• Can show appreciation for reading books, telling stories and singing 
• Can demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of stories and information in books 
• Can use pictures to describe and predict stories and information 
• Can distinguish between letters and words in a text 
• Can distinguish between sounds that are the same
• Can (with support) recognize familiar logos and environmental print 
• Can (with support) recognize own name in print 
• Can begin to use thumb and fingers (five-finger grasp) of one hand to hold a writing tool
• Can make marks “scribble writing” to represent objects and ideas
• Can follow simple one-step directions 
• Can follow through with a given task
• Can start with simple self-help skills: washing hands, putting toys away, pushing in chair, etc.