FALL 2021 – SPRING 2022
Ages: 2-3 years
Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Monday – Friday: 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (mixed ages 2-4 | 2, 3, 5 day options)
Playful Learning’s Toddler Lab offers our youngest students an engaging, small-group experience that encourages aspiring explorers to embark on: art explorations, STEM challenges, garden adventures, literary journeys, mathematical play, and outdoor investigations.
With an inspiring classroom environment, designed specifically for early childhood, students are able to independently explore, engage, connect, and learn. By tapping into each child’s innate curiosity, we nurture their natural desire to dive deeply into academic endeavors, seek answers to their questions, and master important skills.
Our studio garden and outdoor classroom bring the natural environment into our learning experiences through daily outdoor explorations and investigations. These experiences spark curiosity, nurture a spirit of adventure, and instill a love of the natural world.
Q: How can I learn more about Playful Learning’s Programs?
A: Set-up a call, here. We’re happy to share more about our offerings and answer any questions you have.
You can schedule a tour, here. We’d love to walk you through our inspiring studio space so you can learn about our unique educational approach. Make sure to bring your children along (all safety protocols followed), we’d love to meet them!
Please, also make sure to fill our our inquiry form at the button in the section above.
Q: What can I explore in the meantime?
A: Great question! Below you will find links to our curriculum guide and safety protocols. It’s also fun to peruse our free parenting resources and get a sneak peek into our studio space on our Instagram page. You can also learn more about our philosophy by listening to Playful Learning’s Founder, Mariah Bruehl on the Mom Brain podcast.
Q: What are your Covid-19 Safety Protocols?
A: We take the utmost care to provide a clean and safe learning environment for our students. You can read our comprehensive Safety Protocols, here.