Sorrento Day Care  

"Where Children Come First"              12650 SW Brockman St. Beaverton, OR 97008

Toddler Classroom


Toddlers begin to use what they have learned as infants and wobblers. Their fine and gross motor skills develop with block play, art, drawing, new toys to enjoy, climbing structures, inside and out, and much more. Socialization begins at this age, and self-expressive arts and crafts are offered daily. Besides letters, numbers, shapes, and colors, they learn through science, math, reading, music and movement, drama, cooking, show ‘n’ tell, housekeeping and games. Toddlers are also introduced to classroom helper jobs, potty training, and learning concepts of sharing. By the time toddlers are three years old, they are in the final stages of mastering the potty, learning to speak their minds, and learning how to engage themselves in a group. Graduating to the big preschool class is an honor.


Wobbler and Toddler Flow of the Day


*The schedule flows from one activity to the next as it follows the daily needs and interests of the children, allowing for both structure and flexibility.*


6:30-7:15 Free play

7:00-7:30 Breakfast

7:45-8:30 Free play, music and dance, sensory exploration

8:30-9:00 Story, potty, diapers, wash hands

9:00-9:30 Morning snack

9:30-10:00 Morning circle time and project

  • Letters, shapes, colors
  • Art
  • Music
  • Movement games and stories
  • Sensory exploration

10:00-10:35 Outdoor play

10:35-11:05 Story, potty, diapers, wash hands

11:05-11:35 Lunch

11:35-12:00 Potty, settle down for nap

  • Yoga
  • Teacher-led story
  • Quiet reading on mat

12:00-2:00 Nap, quiet table activities as children wake up

2:00-2:30 Potty, diapers

2:30-3:00 Afternoon snack

3:00-4:00 Outdoor play

4:00-4:30 Potty, diapers, and centers

4:30-5:15 Afternoon art or activity

5:15-6:00 Free play