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|
|11:00-11:30am||Freeplay, diapers, circle time|
|2:30-3:15pm||Diapers, sunscreen, free play|
|3:45-4:00pm||Diapers if needed|
|4:00-4:15pm||Get ready for outside|
|4:15-5:30pm||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 to me; my sister and I are always thinking of where our next vacation down south will be.
My name is Nikcole, I started at the Centre in 2014 in the Preschool program. I eventually went on to the Infant program and now I have the opportunity to support the Toddler program, when I'm not greeting/screening.
I also have a little one of my own who is still an infant, soon to be toddler, so I’ve had lots of experience with the different age groups and their many different stages of development.
I love to watch the children grow and learn and evolve into their own person. It truly is a honor to be a part of their journey, seeing them be successful in developing their skills and in creating relationships. I look forward to supporting and working alongside all the children and families that enter our Centre.
Amy, RECE Part TIme Educator
Hello, I'm Amy. After graduating from Conestoga's ECE program, I was hired at Campus Co-op in 2021 as a supply where I worked with infants and preschoolers and now I am in the Blue toddler room.
Every morning I am excited to see the toddlers. In the toddler room we get to see language develop so quickly, from the first few words to singing and expressing their needs or wishes. The pandemic challenges our ability to connect with families and we use phone calls, photos and written messages to connect. But every day one of us says that we wish we could chat with families to share our joy in a child's competence, ingenuity or exploration. It is a privilege to spend time with these little people.
I have two school-age children, I enjoy cooking, gardening, playing soccer and dog-sitting other people's dogs.