2 to 3 year-olds
Always on the move, your toddler is thirsting to become one of the “big kids”. Our program supplements an established curriculum with opportunities to explore individual interests and build social and emotional awareness.
A Running Start
Toddlers are eager to learn, with feet and minds ready to assert their independence. We create meaningful learning experiences that fuel curiosity, teach toddlers to think for themselves, and give space to choose the activities they enjoy most.
Imaginations at Work
Toddlers thrive when they get the chance to test out their own ideas. Experimentation, problem-solving, and pretend play are essential to our daily classroom activities.
Movement is Key
Running, jumping, skipping, and climbing all promote your toddler’s physical, social, and cognitive development. We introduce games, dance, and other activities designed specifically for toddlers.
A supportive and kind environment is important as little ones learn to understand and manage big feelings. We introduce tools to express emotion in a healthy and positive way.
We support physical development through fun activities that engage our toddlers to move, run, and explore. Some examples:
- Outdoor time
- Kicking & throwing a ball
- Balancing games
Your Toddler’s Day
Our preschool program operates year-round, with a variety of scheduling options to flex to each family’s needs. Choose drop-off and pick-up times that work for you!
- Monday through Friday
- Hours: 7am – 6pm
At Action Day, learning goes beyond academics. Our enrichment programs are designed to help students develop unique interests and talents—without ever leaving campus. They’re an opportunity for imagination, friendship, and self-expression. Toddlers can explore:
Find a Location Near You
Transitional Kindergarten is offered at the following sites:
Action Day Programs
Birth – 2 years
Your baby will be assigned a primary caregiver to tend to their needs and create a safe and loving environment that feels like home.
2 – 5 years
Busy preschoolers explore classrooms at their own pace, with lessons that balance new skills with social growth.
TK – 4th grade
Students dive into academic subjects with a hands-on, interactive approach that uses creativity and critical thinking to build confidence.
5th grade – 8th grade
Students begin a rotating schedule with multiple teachers, exciting electives, and more enrichment programs built into the curriculum.