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Young Toddlers: 9 months to 18 months

Our Young Toddler class services children 9 months to 18 months with a staff ratio of 1:4. We offer a Creative Curriculum approach with a stimulating and developmentally appropriate environment through play experiences. We provide indoor and outdoor activities and experiences throughout the year. We encourage discovery and independence; provide literacy and language experiences through books, songs, finger-plays, and sign language; provide many math and science experiences through puzzles, manipulatives, and games; and encourage gross motor development of crawling and walking. Teachers continually update daily reports in the Kinderlime app.

Amanda has been with TLC since 2009, but has over 6 years of experience in childcare. Amanda has college credits towards her Associates degree in Early Childhood Education and an Infant/Toddler CDA. Amanda works in the Young Toddler Room. Amanda is married has a son Leo.
Bobbi has been with TLC since 2018 and in the childcare field for more than 25 years. She has an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education from WCCC. Bobbi works in the Young Toddler Classroom. Bobbi is married and has three daughters, Olivia, Sydney, and Alexandra.
Independence Day Observed
Friday July 3
TLC will be CLOSED in observance of Independence Day
In- Service Day
Friday August 21
TLC will be closed to children and families.
Labor Day
Monday September 7
TLC will be closed.

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Our family has been going to Today’s Learning Childcare since we moved to the area in late 2012. The teachers are great and you can tell that they truly enjoy their job.

We were a little worried about what we would do during the summers once our son started Kindergarten (there aren’t many summer camps in the area that are convenient for full- time working parents). Luck was on our side when TLC started a Summer Camp Program for school age children in 2016. To say our son LOVED the program would be an understatement. He couldn’t wait to go every day and talked about all the fun things they would do during the day. I think he appreciated the variety. They would take a field trip once a week and came home with cute little projects they worked on during the day. In fact, our daughter was in the Pre-K room during the time and told us that she couldn’t wait to go to the Summer Program when she was in Kindergarten. ~ Michelle Rennie