Yellow House - Bunnies Program

(infants / toddlers)

This program introduces your child to school routines, practices socialization skills and offers a wide variety of engaging activities.  Children are grouped by ages from 7 weeks to 12 months in our infant room, 12 - 22 months in wobbler room and 20 - 34 month in the toddler room.  Group size is limited to 8 total children per age range with two teachers.  You may enroll at anytime provided there is space in the program.  Call for registration information and availability.  

We encourage your child to examine, create, and share as he/she broadens their language through interactions with their teachers and classmates in a safe, nurturing environment. Sensory and repetitive activities transform these new experiences into knowledge. Two year olds want to be independent. They want to explore, touch and mimic their peers and teachers.  Our program focuses on language, social and emotional development, and gross and fine motor development. Through age-appropriate activities, our two year olds have the ability to work at their own pace and learn to do tasks independently.

 
 

Activities in the Bunny Program include:

Dramatic play, art projects, yoga, music, story time, playground time, gross motor development, block play and more!

Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards:

Our program focuses on your two-year-old child’s primary areas of development.  Scroll over the standards below to learn more.

Children become familiar with  interacting with familiar adults and begin to show an increased interest in other children (all).  Teachers help children manage emotions independently or with the help of a familiar adult and we begin the process of empathy development by recognize emotions in other children and themselves (1’s $ 2’s).

 We will be helping children to develop simple skills like recalling the location of objects like a specific toy (1’s & 2’s). We ask the children to follow simple rules and begin to introduce the concept of time (1’s & 2’s). Children watching and imitating how others use objects or complete tasks is a great way to develop executive function (all).

We will be helping children to develop simple skills like recalling the location of objects like a specific toy (1’s & 2’s). We ask the children to follow simple rules and begin to introduce the concept of time (1’s & 2’s). Children watching and imitating how others use objects or complete tasks is a great way to develop executive function (all).

 Creative expressions is encouraged through the use of a sensory table and art projects using a wide variety of materials (all). Children begin to learn body awareness and build social skills through dramatic play (1’s & 2’s). Monthly music and yoga enrichment programs supplement daily music and movement activities (all).

Creative expressions is encouraged through the use of a sensory table and art projects using a wide variety of materials (all). Children begin to learn body awareness and build social skills through dramatic play (1’s & 2’s). Monthly music and yoga enrichment programs supplement daily music and movement activities (all).

 Physical development is taking off as children transition from crawling, walking, and eventually running (all). Children play games that develop throwing and kicking and work to show increased ability to control hand movements (all). Mealtime becomes a time for community conversation about what we are eating.

Physical development is taking off as children transition from crawling, walking, and eventually running (all). Children play games that develop throwing and kicking and work to show increased ability to control hand movements (all). Mealtime becomes a time for community conversation about what we are eating.

 Children learn to use basic communication skills to communicate basic needs (1’s & 2’s).  Children are introduced to literature and words through story time (all).  Children imitate reading behaviors like turning pages and babbling while looking at pictures (all).  Initial writing efforts to explore writing with scribbles on paper are offered (2’s).

Children learn to use basic communication skills to communicate basic needs (1’s & 2’s).  Children are introduced to literature and words through story time (all).  Children imitate reading behaviors like turning pages and babbling while looking at pictures (all).  Initial writing efforts to explore writing with scribbles on paper are offered (2’s).

 Children are introduced to simple counting and sorting activities and begin to learn differences in objects (1’s & 2’s). Children explore cause and effect by discovering new ways to play with toys (all).

Children are introduced to simple counting and sorting activities and begin to learn differences in objects (1’s & 2’s). Children explore cause and effect by discovering new ways to play with toys (all).