Toddler Room Info

WELCOME TO OUR INFANT/TODDLER AND TODDLER/ PRESCHOOL ROOMS!

Classroom teaching staff: Miss Donna and Miss Ann-Marie; Assistant teacher: Miss Jannette

Items needed in the Toddler Room:

  • Lunch box with icepack
  • Sippy cup
  • Breakfast (before 8:30)
  • Change of clothing
  • Diapers and wipes
  • Weather appropriate clothing
  • Boots, hat, mittens, jackets etc.
  • Fitted crib sheet, blanket for rest time(if your child is over 12 months old)
  • Toothbrush & toothpaste (unless tooth brushing waiver is signed)
Please label all of your child’s belongings.

When your child transitions from the Infant room to the Toddler Room:

  • Morning and Afternoon snacks provided by the center
  • Toddlers will sit at a small table or small high-chair for snack and lunch
  • Toddlers will feed themselves
  • Toddlers will wash their hands at the sink (starting with help from the teacher)
  • Toddlers will take one nap, after lunch on a cot
  • Toddlers will now be on a group schedule

Examples of Snacks Provided by the Center:

  • Goldfish
  • Animal crackers
  • Veggie sticks
  • Cheerios
  • Graham crackers
  • Cheese-its
  • Ritz crackers
  • Teddy grahams
  • Pirates booty (popcorn)
  • Saltines
  • Nilla wafers
  • Pretzels
  • Chex Mix

Examples of Easy Self-fed lunches:

  • Turkey/Ham and cheese sandwiches or roll ups
  • Grilled cheese
  • Cut up fruit
  • Cut up vegetables
  • Pasta/raviolis
  • Cut up chicken/steak/meatballs
  • Macaroni and cheese
  • Cheese and crackers
  • Beans
  • Waffles/Pancakes
  • Yogurt Pouches
Please be sure to practice using utensils like spoons and forks at home to be sure your child can feed it to themselves before it is sent to school. We understand this is a learning process for you, your child, and the teachers as we continue to learn more about your child. Don’t hesitate to come to us with any questions or concerns! We look forward to helping with the continued growth of your child!

Learn & Grow

Learn & Grow Together was developed by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) to help you understand and nurture your child. It provides general information about the stages of child development and suggestions for fun activities you can do as a family to help your children learn and grow. Download Guide