Welcome to the Transitioning Toddler classroom! 

Transition toddlers class is a 1:6 ratio and is a transition classroom provided to the children that are developmentally past the infant stage but aren't quite ready for the active daily schedule of a toddler. In the eyes of the law they are still considered infants; however, they receive a more structured daily schedule and learn many of the skills that will be required in the toddler room.  Children in this age group tend to range approximately from 12 months to 18 months and must be steady on their feet for outdoor play.


6:00-8:30         Combined with Mobile Infants

8:30-8:40         Circle time (Who Came to School Today?, Good Morning song, etc)

8:40-8:55         Diaper change/wash hands

8:55-9:15         Rotate through centers

9:15-9:30         Art Activity

9:30-9:45         Story time

9:45-10:00       Rotate through centers

10:00-10:15     Diaper change/wash hands

10:15-10:45     Outdoor Exploration/Gross Motor Activity

10:45-10:55     Wash hands/check diapers

10:55-11:10     Story time        

11:10-11:40     Lunch

11:40-11:55     Diaper change/wash hands/lay out cots

11:55-2:00       Rest/Quiet time

2:00-2:15         Diaper change/wash hands/pick up cots

2:15-2:30         PM Snack

2:30-3:00         Outdoor Exploration/Gross Motor activity

3:00-3:10         Wash hands

3:10-3:40         Rotate through centers

3:40-3:50         Diaper change/wash hands

3:50-4:05         Sensory buckets

4:05-4:20         Music and Movement

4:20-4:30         Table manipulatives

4:30-4:45         Story time

4:45-5:15         Outdoor Exploration/Gross motor activity

5:15-5:30         Diaper change/wash hands

5:30-6:00         Combine with mobile infants