We don't just hire a staff of educators; we hire role models that your child can learn from. Our faculty at Boost Up Kids Academy is composed of background screened, trained and patient educators.

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Two Locations:
images743 South Wolfe Road
(Wolfe & Reed Shopping Center)
Sunnyvale, 94086
imagesPhone: 408-732-2205
imagesFax: 408-732-2206
 
images404 E. Evelyn Avenue
Sunnyvale, 94086
imagesPhone: 408-732-2200
imagesFax: 408-732-2201
imagesEmail: info@boostupkidsacademy.com
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Beginner Program (2 to 3 years old)

Beginner Program for 2 to 3 years old

Our Toddler program is designed to allow two-year-olds to learn through play while encouraging (and noticing) individual interests. By promoting independence and developing an emerging awareness of social behavior, we help young learners expand their world beyond the home to the school community. At this point, your child will begin experimenting and interacting with other children and the environment. More routine and structure are introduced into the daily schedule. Your child will start to learn how to find uses for familiar objects, and how to explain everyday occurrences using simple reasoning.

By promoting independence and developing an emerging awareness of social behavior, we help young learners expand their world beyond the home to the school community. Teachers support growing independence by providing opportunities for classroom jobs: putting things away, pouring milk, washing hands, and choosing materials and activities during center time. Many opportunities are provided to increase a child’s ability to communicate by developing active listening and expressive language skills.

Throughout the day children make self-directed (but carefully guided choices), participate in small groups, take part in circle time, and build the confidence needed to try new things. Children enjoy free play to allow creativity and imagination to flourish. Teachers facilitate opportunities for children to engage in reading, writing, listening, and speaking using poems, finger plays, puppets, singing, and rhyming.

The development of language, math, and science is emphasized through whole-group work and encouraged during center time. Thematic units are developed to encourage children to investigate new skills and ideas. As children show an interest in potty training, teachers partner with parents to help accomplish this important milestone with pride. A consistent approach and an encouraging environment are the keys to successful potty training, supporting both children and their families with care and concern. Children learn through structured play and age appropriate yoga, lessons, songs, and stories, independent learning through discovery, participation and interaction with others. We have so much fun!