Toddler Social Learning Groups
Is your child ready for preschool?
Help your child make and keep friends! Encourage your child’s love of stories and songs! Reduce apprehension and instill confidence! Build school readiness and problem-solving skills!
This program runs for one hour and uses evidence to target development of social skills, communication skills, and pre-literacy skills, within the scope of fun and music-filled pre-kindergarten activities.
A small group setting allows for both social interaction and individualized attention while focusing on building confidence. Each session is tailored to meet the individual needs of your child and facilitate a head start for school readiness and improved confidence in groups!
Our program includes:
- An emphasis on the development of social skills and communication
- Individualized attention, customized to meet the needs of your child
- Small group sizes to help children establish friendships and build confidence
- Fun creative play actives based in music, art, and movement
- Peer interaction and hands-on activities
- Flexible scheduling
Hands-on activities for multisensory learning during thematic sessions.
Each program is 1 to 4 one-hour sessions per week over a 4-week period. Email us for availability.
Strategies and suggestions are provided to help families and caregivers foster learning in the home and other environments.
Receive individualized verbal reports of your child’s participation and progress each week.
Areas of Focus
- Social skills and perspective taking
- Attending and listening
- Cognition and play
- Sharing and turn-taking
- Fine and gross motor
- Problem solving
- Self-help and confidence
Each week your child will have the opportunity to learn and explore each theme through music, movement, stories, hands-on activities, and arts and crafts. Each day is designed to help your child become comfortable and confident interacting with his or her peers while acquiring new skills and knowledge in a fun, kind environment to prepare them for success at school and in life.
Early literacy skills are also embedded within each group and help your child develop skills of letter recognition, print awareness, sound to symbol correspondence, segmenting and blending sounds, and rhyming.