The Toddler Experience Curriculum

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Are you looking for a curriculum that:

  • -Is simple to prepare with everyday, easy to find materials?
  • -Is developmentally appropriate for ages 18 months to 3 years old?​
  • -Is interest based and child-led?
  • -Includes ALL hands-on, process based activities?

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 If you answered yes to these questions, then The Toddler Experience Curriculum is for you and your child!

  • Activities and projects with easy to find materials
  • 24- hour online access through Sicily’s Heart & Home that you can print
  • Choose the themes based on your toddler’s interests
  • -5 one month themes for colors and shapes suitable for ages 18 months to 22 months
  • -26 two week themes for each letter of the alphabet for 2 year olds
  • Unlimited new themes are added on a regular basis
  • All the activities are hands on, process based, and child-led.
  • No toddler worksheets or workbooks

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1 review for The Toddler Experience Curriculum

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amanda M.

    This is wonderful! I mean, none of the activities are ground-breaking — well, maybe to a toddler they are! — but it is organized and easy and laid out in such a way that it is doable. There are just so many ideas floating around out there that I found it difficult just to get started. This helped so much! I was able to gather materials and get started without fussing too much or worrying about covering more. Having the list of materials was great and let me get things laid out ahead of time. Having things prepared meant that we could change activities on the fly if one wasn’t working or if my son wanted to do something else. No interest in play-doh on the first day? No problem, we grabbed the circle sensory box and we played with it for almost an hour talking about circles, colors, textures, in, out, on top, under… along with some throwing practice. It was awesome! He’s loving it so much and I’m loving being able to focus on having fun with him rather than trying to figure out what to do and stressing about putting it all together. We get to a couple activities each day along with songs and reading, so I’m not feeling overwhelmed by the amount of things to do or the time needed to do them. I made a little cheat sheet with all the different activities so that we can try to get to all of them or just revisit some of the ones we’ve done. It was money well-spent. Thank you again for putting this all together!

    • Amanda

      Thank you so much Amanda! I’m so glad you and your little one are enjoying it!

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