• Two-year-olds develop independence
• Small and large motor skills become better developed
• Self-help abilities grow - “I can do it”
• Work with parents when children are ready for toilet learning
• “God talk,” prayer time, and singing occur throughout the day
Once a child turns two, growth in all areas is explosive. The fingers become more adept at stringing, painting, scribbling and snapping. Learning experiences in the 2-3’s classroom include interaction with household tools and objects, thought-provoking language, and opportunities for artistic and pretend play. 2-3’s are curious and ask lots of questions. There is room inside and out for lots of movement.