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August 29, 2018     Category: Sensory Play

Toddlers explore – they have the tendency to get into everything; they get into everything from unraveling a roll of toilet paper to splashing in the dog’s water bowl. Engaging in sensory activities for toddlers allows them to touch, taste, listen, watch, smell, and above all – move!  These little kiddies love the chance to make a bit of a mess as they explore the world around them using their senses!The Benefits of Sensory ActivitiesCalming effects: Playing with dry rice, sand, water, play dough, and other materials ...

October 01, 2017     Category: WalkingNatureSensory Play

Sensory Play Makes for Great Pretend PlayCommon household items and nature's gatherings help create sensory play for toddlers and young kids.Let's touch upon sensory play ;). T's Learning Center definitely knows a lot about this and we want to share some good ideas! We know infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn best through sensory play and exploration, so find fun ways to create fall-related sensory experiences for them to enjoy. Pick out a basket, bowl, or plastic bin and fill it with fall items, such as fall fruits and vegetables (small p...

October 01, 2017     Category: Teamwork GamesPreschool

Toddlers and TeamworkTeaching cooperation and teamwork to preschoolers helps pave the way to  harmonious and fulfilling relationships as they grow.Children come into this world as social creatures. As a child daycare and preschool in Jacksonville FL, we observe daily how children crave relationships and have a basic need to belong and feel wanted by others. We also know that cooperation is a key part of relating to others and developing meaningful relationships. Through cooperation, a child learns to respect others and to control impu...

September 11, 2016     Category: Safety

Here are the basic rules for safety your child needs!As one of the most trusted child care centers in Ponte Vedra, T’s Learning Center places your child’s safety first. It is our number one priority when caring for them. We’ve put together a short, to-the-point, and common sense set of safety rules to teach your preschooler and other young children. Name, Number and AddressAt the earliest stage possible, teach your child about basic contact information such as parents or caregivers name and con...