K2 Program :: Toddler Program

Monday – Friday: 9.00am to 11.30am
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: Closed


Kids start to learn about the world around them from the moment they are born. Kids Kottage tends to the child's heart, as well as the head. Children are encouraged to express thoughts and feelings freely and without judgment. At this age, they begin to investigate the workings of a widening world and experiment with the use of their emerging language.

At Kids Kottage Pre-School, all feelings are "OK"; indeed, repression of feelings only leads to greater problems later, which further complicates the child's education and interpersonal relationships.

Anger, fear, sadness and other feelings are treated as a healthy and necessary part of life.

At Kids Kottage Pre-School teachers are trained to help children find safe physical, verbal and creative outlets for their emotions.

Our unique curriculum is based on the philosophy that young children learn best through hands-on experiences. Each day is filled with fun activities that excite and develop toddlers, giving them the comfort and confidence to speak those first few important words, as well as make their first friends.

Our toddler classrooms are designed to accommodate active, curious toddlers.

Kids Kottage Pre-School toddler curriculum enables your child to grow in confidence and learn to walk tall in his new world. From first steps to first words, your toddler will begin to experience the world in new ways at Kids Kottage. Group games provide your toddler with a sense of identity and his place in the broader world.

Kids Kottage Pre-School toddler program will help in the following manner

• Learning about body parts through songs and rhymes.
• Gaining enhanced eye-hand coordination through writing, drawing, and lacing shoes.
• Developing fine-motor skills by pouring, cutting, drawing, and stringing.
• Identifying and sorting basic shapes & colors.
• Indentifying numbers.
• Developing strong listening skills through story telling.
• Identifying and naming familiar items.
• Learning to share and cooperate.
• Use a range of objects and tools safely and appropriately.