toddlers in classroomAt this age, children should be developing their intellect, movement, speech, and language. Supervised freedom allows children to become independent and naturally engage in some new activity at a time, especially practical life skills, since they are constantly observing adults folding, scrubbing, cleaning, polishing, setting the dinner table, etc.

Every day, children have the chance to complete a fully independent task and the opportunity to keep the environment organized. They are introduced little by little to the classroom rules and find themselves respectful with classmates and teachers, patient while waiting to start some activity, and polite in all matters.