Dublin Ohio Toddler Care Programs
The toddler care programs at Dublin Learning Academy are designed for toddlers ages 12 to 36 months old. The toddler years are a time of great cognitive, emotional and social development. We have four main Dublin, Ohio toddler care programs for your children.
Lil’ Dreamer Toddler Care
Ages 12-18 months
The Lil’Dreamer Dublin, Ohio toddler care classroom is designed for toddlers who are 12-18 months old. Lil’ Dreamers are new to being on the move and are all about exploring the world around them.
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Dreamer Toddler Care
The Dreamer Dublin, Ohio toddler care classroom at Dublin Learning Academy is designed especially for toddlers who are 1 1/2-2 years old. Dreamers are busy toddlers experiencing important social, emotional, and academic growth.
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Explorer I Toddler Care
2 – 2 1/2 years
The Explorer classroom is a Dublin, Ohio toddler care program designed for children 2 – 2 1/2 years old. Explorers demonstrate an interest in how they fit into the world around them and enjoy teacher-led demonstrations and hands-on art projects.
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Explorer II Toddler Care
2 – 2 1/2 years
The Explorer II classroom is designed for toddlers aged 2 1/2 – 3 year old. Explorer II students share a love for learning more about the world around them a curiosity about how they fit into it.
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Why Chose Our Dublin Toddler Care Program?
- Safe and stimulating Dublin Ohio toddler care environment
- Compassionate teachers who are dedicated to nurturing and educating your toddler.
- Professional childcare development that is age specific
- Classrooms exceed licensing requirements
- New facility in Dublin, Ohio
- Our teachers are certified in first aid, CPR, communicable disease recognition and child abuse prevention
Developmental Milestones of Toddlers
As a toddler care enter in Dublin, Ohio, we are always happy to provide compassionate and loving support to the development of your child. Toddler development can be broken down into a number of interrelated areas. There is reasonable consensus about what these areas may include:
- Physical: growth or an increase in size.
- Gross motor: the control of large muscles which enable walking, running, jumping and climbing.
- Fine motor: the ability to control small muscles; enabling the toddler to feed themselves, draw and manipulate objects.
- Vision: the ability to see near and far and interpret what is seen.
- Hearing and speech: the ability to hear and receive information and listen (interpret), and the ability to understand and learn language and use it to communicate effectively.
- Social: the ability to interact with the world through playing with others, taking turns and fantasy play.
Talking is the next milestone of which parents are typically aware. A toddler’s first word most often occurs around 12 months, but again this is only an average. The child will then continue to steadily add to his or her vocabulary until around the age of 18 months when language increases rapidly. He or she may learn as many as 7–9 new words a day. Around this time, toddlers generally know about 50 words. At 21 months is when toddlers begin to incorporate two word phrases into their vocabulary, such as “I go”, “mama give”, and “baby play”. Before going to sleep they often engage in a monologue called crib talk in which they practice conversational skills. At this age, children are becoming very proficient at conveying their wants and needs to their parents in a verbal fashion.
The Dublin Learning Academy staff is comprised of toddler care and early child care professionals whose primary goal is to nurture and educate young children. Teachers strive to create a safe, stimulating environment to help each child acquire an appreciation for learning. Our teachers are required to attend professional development training throughout the school year. We require our toddler care instructors and care givers to remain current in first aid, infant / child CPR, communicable disease recognition, and child abuse and prevention courses. At Dublin Learning Academy our teachers are excited to provide each child an opportunity to discover, learn, and achieve their developmental and education goals!
Our Dublin, Ohio Toddler Care Center
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I was a toddler teacher at the company. I have many years of school to do this job and enjoyed it very much. A typical day at DLA would be to come in, prepare for the days activities and making sure I was stocked with all the materials I needed to assist the children. Utilize the toys and time allowed to teach while playing with the young children.
I learned that every child and parent are different and react differently to different situations. The management there was great and understanding if I had any situations arise with my child or husband that were out of my control. The staff there has been there for a long time so turn over was low.
My co workers all helped each other out with everything to getting ready for naps to restroom breaks. The hardest part of my job was calling parents telling them their child was sick or injured. I have a son myself and know whenever I get a call from the school that I immediately get worried.
The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing what progress the children had when they go to the next class or when their parents come in and tell me their child had signed for more or had taken their first steps or had said a name of one of their friends. I know I had a part in helping teach that child that skill.
A five star rating on Facebook. Missy D. B. reviewed Dublin Learning Academy — 5 star on October 7, 2016
Emily E-K reviewed Dublin Learning Academy on Facebook and gave it a 5 star rating on November 2, 2016
Dublin Learning Academy is a daycare in Dublin, Ohio that combines intellectual curiosity and traditional learning methods to help lay the foundation for a successful education. They have preschool classes and child care services for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. They are privately owned and provides quality education for children.