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​​​​​​​​​For Toddlers (18 months - 36 months)                                            

Toddlers will develop important abilities such interaction and building rapport with others, as well as other essential social skills; children will also learn to be independent. Moreover, at Mon Petit Univers our program consists of diverse activities in the French language that aims at assisting children in:


  • ​Gross motor - walking, running, climbing

  • Fine motor - feeding themselves, drawing

  • Sensory - seeing, hearing, tasting, touching, and smelling

  • Language - saying single words, then sentences

  • Social - playing with others, taking turns, and engaging in theater play


 For Preschoolers (36 months-4 years old)

This is a stage of rapid physical and intellectual development, during which children are prepared to start school and interact cooperatively with peers, while at the same time be able to compete physically and intellectually. As such, our aim (among other things) is to help preschoolers learn and practice French through the following steps:


Movement milestones: Hops and stands on one foot up to five seconds-Catch bounced ball most of the time; Moving forward and backward with agility

Milestones in hand and finger skills: Copies square shapes -Draws a person with two to four body parts - Uses scissors- Draws circles and squares - Begins to copy some capital letters
Language milestones: Understands the concepts of “same” and “different” - Has mastered some basic rules of grammar - Speaks in sentences of five to six words -Speaks clearly enough for strangers to understand -Tells stories

Cognitive milestones: Correctly names some colors -Understands the concept of counting  -Approaches problems from a single point of view - Begins to have a clearer sense of time - Recalls parts of a story - Understands the concept of same/different

Social and emotional milestones: Cooperates with other children - Negotiates solutions to conflicts - More independent - Views self as a whole person involving body, mind, and feelings