Toddler Transition

Pebblecreek Montessori Toddler Daycare
  • Toddler Transition

    Pebblecreek’s toddler transition program is designed for infants between the ages of 12 months and 18 months. When infants reach specific benchmarks around the age of 12 months, their guide begins the process of transitioning them to the next stage of development – the toddler level.

    • Engaging Activities
    • Guided Transition
    • Caring Classroom
    • Space to Explore
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  • Montessori-Certified Guides

    Montessori-certified guides (teachers) encourage the formation of a close-knit community which emphasizes kindness, personal responsibility, exploration and cooperation.

  • Classroom Setting

    With their newfound mobility, such as pulling up, walking, reaching and getting up from a sitting position. They make discoveries with greater independence. They begin to recognize their classmates and enjoy playing and socializing in a parallel way.

  • Respect

    The environment and guides treat the toddlers as little people who are learning to be big people. They are not “toys” to be manipulated and moved about at whim.

  • Passion for Learning

    Children are exposed to an amazing amount of knowledge in the Montessori classroom, and often excel academically beyond what is usually thought possible for children their age.

  • Pebblecreek Montessori School offers an Innovative all age Touch Spanish Program

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  • Classroom Studies

    The Montessori approach to the cultural subjects is based on the interrelationships of the earth, the animals and plants, and the people who inhabit the earth. Pebblecreek classes also include a robust Fine Arts program to inspire well-rounded, well-balanced children. 

    • Exciting Learning
    • Fun Inspirational Objects
    • Creative Exercises
    • Peaceful Environment
  • Object Manipulation

    Toddlers enjoy pushing, throwing, and knocking things down. They like games in which they manipulate pieces by flipping, turning, and removing them, such as puzzles, where they are learning to make the connection between what their eyes are seeing and what their hands are doing.

  • Concrete Materials

    As they explore the environment, they will discover concrete materials like blocks stored in buckets or boxes and small containers, which can nest inside one another, teaching them the foundation of how one thing relates to another.

  •  “Container Play”

    At this age, toddlers love to engage in repetitive activities such as putting objects in containers and dumping them out again. 

  • Sound and Music

    During this stage, students enjoy the thrill of making sounds and banging things together which can be satisfied through music.

  • Montessori Classes Nurture Your Child's Passion for the Fine Arts

  • Fine Arts Program

    Understanding music and rhythm opens up a world of neural connections for children around creative thinking and problem solving. Pebblecreek’s education program includes musical exploration for all of its students. Our methodology is derived from several respected Montessori educators, including Carl Orff, Zoltan Kodaly, and the legendary Dr. Maria Montessori herself. As toddlers transition out of the infant stage, the selection of instruments will expand and the complexity increased. Toddlers have freedom to explore different instruments, sounds, and techniques to stimulate brain growth.

    Foreign Language

    Pebblecreek Montessori understands how important multilingual education is for young children. Not only does it give them an advantage in understanding different worlds but it creates an excellent foundation for ongoing learning in their lives. Mrs. Gabriela Wilcox, one of our cofounders, developed the revolutionary Touch Spanish program to cater to the needs of young children. Toddlers are familiarized with Spanish words relevant to their environment. Textured letters on cards increase children’s understanding, especially of accents and other Spanish variations.

    Only through freedom and environmental experience is it practically possible for human development to occur.

    — Maria Montessori
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  • Recent Toddler Transition Blog Article

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