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Imagineers (2 year olds)

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Two year olds. They can be a handful. Energetic. Curious. Talkative. And often fiercely independent.

We sometimes take a two year old’s learning skills for granted. But they’re surprisingly sophisticated. Their understanding of the world around them can be complex. But they still need the guidance and encouragement to ensure they’re motivated, self assured and well rounded. And at Imagine Nation, our role is to both assist and inform.

Our Imagineers program is designed to not only encourage your two year old’s sense of self determination but to guide them towards new discoveries and experiences. It emphasizes social skills, creative play, language development and learning games so their journey of self discovery can be as positive as it is challenging.

Each daily report we provide for you will update you on their learning in addition to meals, naps, toilet training and daily activities.

What Can You Expect From Our Imagineers Curriculum?

  • Our program for preschool uses exploration and discovery as a learning tool and is designed to encourage confidence, creativity and problem solving skills in your two year old. Social skills, math, problem solving, art and even technology are combined throughout each day to ensure a balance of nurturing, learning, curiosity and fun.

  • Our Frog Street Curriculum, a child centered program that which stresses overall development.

  • Our Beginner’s Bible Curriculum, introducing children to the stories and characters of The Bible with engaging stories, fun activities and animated videos.

A Guide To The Development Of A Two Year Old

Here’s some of the specific achievements you might expect from your child at this age. Our staff are trained to look for and notify parents when these achievements are met. Each two year old develops at their own pace, so failure to meet each of these guidelines should not be considered a cause for concern:


  • Running with ease (24-26 months)

  • Climbing with ease (24-30 months)

  • Bending over without stumbling (24-30 months)

  • Walking up stairs using alternating feet for support (24-30 months)

  • Riding a tricycle with assistance (30-36 months)


  • Screwing and unscrewing jar lids (24-30 months)

  • Turning book pages one at a time (24-30 months)

  • Building a tower of more than 6 blocks (24-30 months)

  • Holding a pencil for writing (30-36 months)

  • Making vertical, horizontal and circular strokes (30-36 months)

Language Development

  • Using pronouns such as I, you, me or we (24-30 months)

  • Understanding most basic sentences (24-40 months)

  • Identifying most common objects (26-32 months)

  • Knowing and saying their name, age and gender (30-36 months)

  • Their words can be easily understood, even by strangers (30-36 months)

Cognitive Development

  • Completing puzzles with three or more pieces (24-36 months)

  • Playing make believe with dolls, animals and people (24-36 months)

  • Understanding basic math, such as the concepts of two or three (26-32 months)

  • Sorting objects by color alone (30-36 months)


  • Maturity in emotional range (24-36 months)

  • Objecting to changes in routine (24-36 months)

  • Parting from parents without distress (by 36 months)

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