Piglets, Poohs and Tiglets
The curriculum our toddlers engage in daily emphasizes exploration and exercise. The teachers work hard to prepare your child for a more structured classroom environment. Children at this age, often times, are at very different developmental levels. Our teachers recognize that their toddler curriculum must provide a variety of activities with which to reach each child’s individual, developmental needs. They provide a well balanced program involving many active, gross motor activities and plenty of opportunities for the little ones to investigate and discover the world around them. It is important for our little ones to practice the important self-help skills necessary to grow socially and emotionally, while gaining self confidence along the way!
Hello! My husband Justin and I have a daughter named Anna and are expecting a son in June 2018. I graduated with a Bachelors of Social Work Degree from IUPUI before working for a behavioral health organization providing services to children and families in both the school and home setting. I then decided to stay at home for a while with my daughter after she was born. When I was ready to re enter the workplace, I focused on finding a place where I could have less paperwork stress and just focus on the kids- Honey Grove is a perfect fit! I love working with our Poohs and helping them explore and learn to process the world around them; enjoying all the silliness, songs, and dance that working with toddlers provides!