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Fall Exploration with our Little Wonderers Toddler Group

Anne Dienzo

Kip Beelman Photography

Kip Beelman Photography

How was your Halloween dear friends?  The space was abuzz with activity this past Halloween.  We had visits from lots of characters...from a flamenco dancer to Captain America.  While these characters were in the space to play and attend class, our intrepid Little Wonderers teacher Madeline was eyeing those lonely pumpkins at the grocery store.  

She picked up a few of those pumpkins and brought them in to our Little Wonderers Toddler Group.  Teacher Madeline set out a few stations for the kids to explore...while working on their fine motor and counting skills.  

Kip Beelman Photography

Kip Beelman Photography

Rubber bands are great for developing and strengthening the little hand muscles crucial for writing development later on. Rubber band play involves resistance against their little fingers, which is challenging but very valuable during this developmental stage. Rubber band play is also good for concentration and hand-eye coordination.
— Teacher Madeline / Little Wonderers Toddler Group
Kip Beelman Photography

Kip Beelman Photography

Snack time is a special time for our Little Wonderers.  We love to encourage their independence and confidence whenever and wherever possible.  Our kids wipe down the tables, and serve themselves and each other.  They come together around a little 'meal', the pace slows, and focus is all on Teacher Madeline and story time.  

Kip Beelman Photography

Kip Beelman Photography

There’s something magical about how food brings people together. Specifically with young children, when we’re all together and have a snack in hand the group dynamic is naturally focused & attentive. This is a special time during Little Wonderers when we sing our routine songs about the clothes we’re wearing and the weather outside. This is when they’re all able to activate their listening ears and enjoy read aloud.
— Teacher Madeline / Little Wonderers