Monkeys: 2 and 3 year olds will begin to have more structure in their day and begin to learn more responsibility such as cleaning up after themselves, brushing their own teeth after lunch, and dedicated curriculum time. Children's Safari still emphasizes that the guides need to work with the toddlers individually and give them the love and attention they need, however, be balanced with structure and routine.
A typical day in the Monkey Classroom would include:
- Free Time: during this time the guides can teach colors, letters, etc.
- Clean Up Time!
- Circle Time
- Learning Activity: activity or art/music project
- Story Time
- Quiet Time
- Lunch Time and Snack Time
- Outdoor Time
- Brush Teeth
- Logs will go home daily so parents know what their child participated in during the day, how your terrific toddlers ate, slept and diapered/potty trained.