TWO Year Olds

🐻 Bears & 🦁Lions
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Our Bears and Lions classes are for children who have turned 2 before September 1st of the year they are entering school. 

In the Bears & Lions class we mainly focus on socialization through play. Our little ones learn to share and freely interact with other children. A structured routine also plays an important role in our room especially with friends that are potty training. Using singing and other methods of expression, we learn our shapes, colors, letters and numbers on a daily basis. We also enjoy arts, crafts and exploring with our tactile senses, from coloring and building to shaving cream! During circle time,we read books, sing, and dance! We end the day with our infamous “going on a bear hunt” and goodbye song!

Student Teacher ration is 6:1.  Maximum number of students in each class is 12. 

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What is a day like for Bears & Lions?

Your child will be greeted each day by friendly faces and experience a day filled with exciting activities. Your child will take part in many small-group activities, music classes, and lots of outdoor play and fresh air. This is such an exciting time as they grow, learn, and thrive!

Questions about Bears & Lions-2 Year Old Program?

Main areas that are incorporated and focused on in the Twos Program

Problem Solving


Critical Thinking


Conflict Resolution




Creative Expression Through The Processes Of Art, Building, and Music


Children Are Encouraged To Use Language To Express Their Needs and Emotions, However, They Are Also Exposed To Sign Language To Allow For Non-Verbal Communication.

Potty Training

One of the key focuses of our Twos program is toilet training. Our teachers encourage children to try to use the toilet during regular diaper changing times. We understand that every child learns at their own pace, so we never force a child to sit on the toilet. Instead, we log all attempts and successes at using the toilet in our daily reporting app. This allows families to easily keep track of their child’s progress with toilet training.