Your Toddler is On the Move!

Keeping Your Child Engaged in Fun Activities While They Soak Up Information Along the Way.

13 - 24 months

A happy toddler girl standing by window indoors looking at camera at a Preschool & Daycare Serving Noblesville, IN

Your Toddler is On the Move!

Keeping Your Child Engaged in Fun Activities While They Soak Up Information Along the Way.

13 - 24 months

Enhancing Language Development

Your child is developing language skills every day as we talk about what we see: shapes, colors, each other’s names, and the names of objects.  Through constant repetition, they learn to vocalize, and through name recognition, their budding vocabulary naturally grows.

Encouraging Social Skills and Making Choices

So many new social skills stem from interacting with adults and with each other throughout the day.  Your child learns social skills such as negotiation and taking turns, as they develop empathy and understanding through doll play.

Positive Reinforcement for Growing Independence

Teachers positively reinforce your child’s self-help skills and encourage them to become more independent.  We gently teach skills like asking for things, taking turns, sitting correctly, using utensils, tidying up after themselves, to name but a few of your toddler’s self-help skills.

Good Habits Like Handwashing and Self-Feeding

Although handwashing habits start in our infant room, your little one is learning to do this with less help now.  Putting on their own socks and shoes, as well as eating with utensils, are other examples of good self-care practices done every day.

Sensory Tables, Rubber Cars, Baby Dolls, Musical Instruments, Soft Blocks and More

Our toddler rooms are equipped with developmentally appropriate toys for the children to explore.  Your child plays daily with plenty of:
  • Baby dolls
  • Soft, colorful blocks to build with
  • Books
  • Rubber cars
  • Sensory tables for water or sand
  • Musical instruments like tambourines and maracas

Customized Creative Curriculum with Fun Weekly Themes

Teachers plan developmentally appropriate activities to go along with the theme they have chosen, based on your child’s observed interests. A weekly theme example is the Indianapolis racing theme, which kids adore!

Engaging Your Child with Arts, Painting, Dancing, and Music in the Classroom

Your child will lead their own artistic process, with their teacher’s guidance while getting messy and having fun. Dancing is a daily activity that will excite your child, and music is played regularly in the classroom.

Rated as Top Ranking by Paths to QUALITY™

Paths to QUALITY™, Indiana’s statewide quality rating system, rates us among the best and top possible rank in early childhood education. This is in line with our standard of the highest level of professionalism in quality care and education.

Exceptional Teaching Team That is Highly Educated

All of our teachers have degrees as well as advanced training, such as the CDA (Child Development Credential). Our teachers are leaders in their field with exceptional education, skills, and abilities.

Your Child’s Safety and Security is Paramount

Keeping your child safe is our top priority. A security code is required to enter all our buildings. Video cameras in all classrooms and on the playgrounds ensure that children are continuously monitored.

Parent Communication App Keeps Your Child’s Day at Your Fingertips

The “Hi Mama” parent communication lets you communicate with teachers in your chid’s classroom. Get updates on your child with a picture of them or projects they’ve completed, which are sure to bring a smile to your face.

Healthy Breakfast, Lunch, and Snacks Included

Proper nutrition is essential for your child’s development. We place emphasis on providing nutritional meals and snacks that are low-fat and low-sugar, at no extra cost to you.

Nationally Accredited by NECPA

We are proud to be among the highest quality early childcare programs in the country.  Our NECPA seal of approval (National Early Childhood Program Accreditation) also means we excel in the areas of:

  • Adult/child interaction
  • Health and safety of the environment
  • Staff framing
  • The relationship between administration and the parents
  • Involvement throughout the community


"This is a wonderful place for children!"

- Tory Brinson

"Wouldn't take our 2 kiddos anywhere else."

- Jenn Dixon