Welcome to the Twos Program (24 Months - 36 Months)

Your child has now entered a larger room with equipment, furniture, and activities that meet his needs as he continues to develop physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively. In this new room, he will experience sensory play through various mediums such as paint, play dough and water. Puzzles, unit blocks and parachute play will help his large and fine motor skills develop. Language will continue to develop as he sings reads, recites fingerplays and uses words to express feelings and actions. Life skills such as hand washing, dressing, feeding (with utensils), and putting toys away are fostered to build independence and a sense of self worth.
Children at this age may begin to show signs of aggressive behavior due to their limited vocabulary. Your child may begin to bite, hit, push, et cetera when unable to express his emotions. This behavior is not ignored. We help the child in these situations by using words to express the behavior displayed. Also, children of this age MIGHT NOT share, take turns, nor have the skills for social play. However, we again use words to express each situation. Some examples of words we use are: "Here, John and Andy, I have a box of Legos® to share with you. I will give some Legos® to Andy and some to John." "Billy, Ruth is painting now and does not want any help. Let's go play with cars until she is finished and then it will be your turn." To help eliminate the frustration of waiting and sharing we provide multiple toys for playing.

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