Toddler Curriculum - Overview | The Learning Experience

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Our groundbreaking

L.E.A.P.® Curriculum

for toddlers

Our toddler programme has been developed and improved over 40 years. As toddlers enjoy their newfound mobility and explore the world around them, our proprietary L.E.A.P. (Learning Experience Academic Programme) Curriculum introduces them to Sign Language, manners and etiquette and physical fitness programmes.

Together these programmes, along with enrichment programmes that are offered at no additional charge, provide a well-rounded early education—one that’s developed to meet and exceed EYFS standards and proven to get children on the path to a bright future.

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Our approach to early education for toddlers (1 to 2 years old)

Our energetic toddlers are introduced to physical fitness and manners lessons while learning how to use one to two-word sentences, hold a crayon, choose it, use it, put it away, and to begin to take turns, with support from others.

What our curriculum for toddlers includes

A typical day for TLE® toddlers is filled with, stimulating, age-appropriate activities and materials. Our early childhood development toddler curriculum focuses on eye-hand coordination, motor development and problem solving. Toddlers will experience:
Curriculum Components:
  • British Sign Language lessons
  • Introduction to manners and etiquette
  • Introduction to daily physical fitness activities
  • Introduction to numbers, colours, and shapes
  • Dramatic play, music and movement
  • Outdoor time to encourage movement and socialisation
Age-Specific Milestones:

Toddlers will:

  • Participate in engaging activities that strengthen fine and gross motor skills
  • Develop communication skills to communicate their wants and needs
  • Be introduced to shapes, colours, numbers, and letters
  • Participate in purposeful play and outdoor activities
  • Start to build a vocabulary of single words