Now children are in a bigger and more challenging world and their curiosity is at an all-time high. Our room is bright and spacious, allowing children to explore boundaries, while developing their confidence, self-image and independence.
Social and Emotional Development
· This is the age that Wallaroos start learning about relationships.
· They may play with each other for short periods of time, but cannot share.
· They often copy what adults do e.g. dressing up.
· Wallaroos become more confident with their physical abilities.
· They love to run and climb and test the limits, so bumps and falls are common.
· Children at this age can climb up and down stairs, kick a ball, jump, and get undressed.
· Wallaroos try to understand how the world works.
· Simple explanations to their questions can help.
· 2-3 year olds will enjoy some make believe play.
· At 2 children can start naming simple things and follow simple instructions.
· By 3, the Wallaroos can start saying short sentences and learn to follow more complex instructions.