Parent and Child Program
“First Foundations” Parent and Toddler Program
In September of 2018, St. David’s Episcopal Day School is pleased to offer a specialized parent and child program for toddlers that nurtures children’s development and supports parenting skills and education.
First Foundations parent and toddler program is designed to encourage whole-child development through play, socialization, and interactive circle activities, all with the comfort of a trusted adult nearby. In addition, this program promotes confidence and learning among caregivers who are encouraged to share and question in active discussions surrounding parenting, child development, and early learning topics. Our program wonderful opportunity to gently introduce your toddler to a classroom setting, build friendships, and become part of a supportive community at St. David’s Episcopal Day School. (Please note caregivers are welcome)
The goals of the parent and child program are:
1) To help children build a strong foundation of social/emotional, language, cognitive, and physical skills through thematic play-based methods of learning.
2) To promote parenting education. Each week parents receive articles, worksheets, checklists, newsletters, and/or parenting tools that will help them support their child’s growth at home.
All About Me
Our Teeth and Dental Health
On the Farm
Our 5 Senses
The Life Cycle of a Frog
The Wind + Weather
The parent and child program includes: circle activities, self-directed and guided play, playground/outdoor time, snack, stories, process art, and weekly parenting topics/discussion.
Program also includes: weekly newsletters including community connections, home connections, and child development/parenting tips