Toddler Program (Blue)
Our Toddler programs will accommodate 20 children, aged 18 months to 30 months. Our programs are very popular, so APPLY early.
A typical day in the Toddler Room consists of...
|9:45am||Get ready for outside|
|11:00am-11:30am||Freeplay, diapers, circle time|
|2:30pm-3:15pm||Diapers, sunscreen, free play|
|3:45pm-4:00pm||Diapers if needed|
|4:00pm-4:15pm||Get ready for outside|
|4:15pm-5:30pm||Outside until pick-up|
Toddler Program (Blue) Teachers
I can’t believe it’s been 23 years since I came to Campus Child Care as a supply teacher. Over the years I have worked with Preschool, Junior kindergarten and Kindergarten children. I have been working in the Toddler Blue Room for the past six years. The one thing that stands out in my mind is the relationships I have formed with the children, families and teachers over the years.
I look forward to the warm weather, where I can spend as much time as possible outdoors. I love going for walks.
Spending time with my family is important my sister and I are always thinking of where our next vacation down south will be.
My name is Mila. I have been working at this centre since 2013. I have always been a teacher ever since I started my career but working with young children began here at this centre. It has been a joyful and a rewarding experience to work with children alongside with their families.
Each one of them is unique and special in their own way. Creating an environment where children are loved, cared for, respected, heard and feel like they belong is my vision.
As a teacher of young children, I also believe building trust in the minds of children should be the number one focus, so that children will reach out to us with confidence, whenever they need the support.
Therefore, I strive to hold on to that belief consistently throughout my practice.
I consider it a great privilege being able to play an important role today in raising honest, healthy, strong leaders for a better tomorrow.
Lyn, RECE TA
Hello! My name is Carolyn Boily, but at work I go by “Lyn”. I attended the University of Guelph, graduating in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Child, Youth and Family studies, as well as my ECE. Having watched my mother work in the school system growing up, I discovered very early on that I wanted to work with children as well. I have been working and volunteering in child and family settings ever since high school, including schools, Early Years centres, Girl Guides and various theatre / Renaissance Festival events. I started as a supply staff at CCCCG in 2017, and now spend half my day as a screener, and the other half in Toddler Blue Room. I love reading, dramatic play and look forward to helping each child develop resiliency skills and their own, unique, sense of self!