Toddler Program

Making toddler exploration safe, fun and an integral part of early childhood education.

Helping toddlers develop social skills and learn about their environment.

Toddlers love to learn and explore. They are always on the go, and always challenging their newly discovered mobility. At Celebree, we encourage them in a stimulating but safe environment, just right for us to protect, educate, and nurture your toddler.

As with our Infant Program, our Toddler Program follows the Maryland Guidelines for Healthy Child Development and Care for Young Children and the Delaware State Rules for Early Education.

Building good habits and practicing new skills

Building good habits and practicing new skills

The toddler classroom is designed to develop social skills and to help children learn about their environment. Within the classroom there are centers where toddlers exercise and develop their creativity and imagination.

Education You Can Trust

Dedicated and highly trained teachers make learning fun and enjoyable, implementing Celebree’s early childhood education curriculum.

Learning while Playing

Teachers plan developmentally-appropriate language and literacy group activities, math and science exploration time.

Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

They also encourage healthy eating habits and self-help skills.

Personal Spaces

Toddlers like to have some space of their own, so each child has his or her own cot and cubby for their personal belongings.


Circle Time

Circle Time

During circle time, children learn about the weather and the days of the week. Singing and Finger Plays are important components of Circle Time. Each Toddler is encouraged to participate in gross motor activities and complete an art project each day.

Parent-Teacher Partnership

It takes a partnership between our parents and educators to provide the best environment for our toddlers.

Staying on Schedule

Parents provide a detailed and updated schedule of their child’s activities, including eating, sleeping, diaper changing and any special instructions.

Daily Reports

Each evening, teachers provide parents with a daily report of their child’s day. All meal times, diaper changes, nap times and play times will are documented.

Progress Reports

Teachers prepare a quarterly Progress Report to chart and display each child’s growth and success, as to easily compare to other quarters. 

Putting it all Together

From age three through Kindergarten Readiness, we collect a formal sampling of each child’s progress.


Come and see!

Come and see!