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Toddler Program

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Learning Through Exploration

(1.5 – 2.5 years)

Max group size: 15 children

Teacher to student ratio: 1:5

Monday - Friday: 7 am – 6:00 pm

13070 Yonge St #2, Richmond Hill, ON

(905) 773–3077

We know children learn best by having a variety of choices in a safe and organized environment. Our highly trained teachers help your child meet the key milestones of this important developmental stage in a daycare environment that provides what they need most—safety, freedom within boundaries, individual attention, enrichment and praise.

At Imaginarium For Kids we are committed to maintaining teacher to student ratio of 1:5, when the maximum number of students in each Toddler group is 15. You will receive a log of your child’s feeding, sleeping, diapering and learning activities every day, so you can be confident we’ve provided a range of activities designed to engage your toddler and encourage fine and gross motor skills, language development and an understanding of caring relationships.

Developing Your Toddler’s Interests through Activities

Each toddler classroom inside Imaginarium For Kids daycare is designed around activity-based Learning Centers where your child will participate in a range of stimulating experiences:

Games & Puzzles

Your child will learn math, logic and science concepts and develop fine motor skills by stacking, sorting, counting, putting together (and taking apart!) various objects.

Water & Sand

Sensory experiences will provide your child with emotional outlets as well as a beginning knowledge of math and science concepts.


Your child will develop emotionally, socially, cognitively and physically by using a variety of building materials to turn imagination into real-life creation.

Creative Arts & Exploration

Through painting, sculpture or drawing, your child will learn eye-hand coordination, small muscle control and problem solving.

Dramatic Play

This interest center helps your child make sense of their world as they use their imagination and problem-solving abilities. Items to stimulate imagination like dolls and accessories, kitchen sets and play food.

Language Development

Exploring books and stories promotes a life-long love of literature and language.

Music & Movement

Musical instruments and puppets.

Your Toddler’s Day

The toddler program is designed around shared learning experiences that stimulate and challenge your child each and every day. The structure of a typical day in the life of your toddler might include:

Child-directed Activities

Offering both teacher and self-directed opportunities to explore the Learning Centers.

Group Activities

Engaging children in story, exploring books, singing song and discussion about theme-related topics.

Teacher-initiated Activities

Like music or art.

Lunch and Naptimes

To nourish and rest your child’s growing mind and body.

Outdoor play

Twice daily to burn off energy and develop motor skills.

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