For children between 1.5 - 2.5 Years.

SEED’s Play Group Program helps your child learn about his or her expanding world.

Playing Time is Learning Time

Our playschool program uses hands-on exploration and social interaction in safe and engaging surroundings to help your child learn about his or her expanding world. Under the guidance of our trained teachers, toddlers enjoy learning experiences that promote their blossoming independence and social skills, and foster self-confidence.

At SEED, we believe playing time is learning time. This program is designed to adapt the curriculum to each individual child’s age and stage. Teachers in the toddler classroom promote emotional, physical, social, and intellectual development in a fun, engaging environment by targeting the changing needs of children. They also present age-appropriate learning opportunities to encourage individual skills and independent choices. It helps nurture each individual child to build upon his or her strengths and encourages exploration of their world using paint, water, board books, and more.



We provide a relaxed environment to foster self-confidence and self-help skills, offering opportunities for success that prepares toddlers for preschool.

Our adaptive curriculum allows your child to:
  • show increased interest in interacting with familiar adults and other children
  • use one or two words to label objects and express needs and wants
  • build an understanding of words through interactions including reading books
  • control impulses and follow instructions some of the time
  • play games that develop motor skills like throwing and climbing
  • create art using materials like crayons and clay
  • move creatively with other kids to learn body awareness and build social skills
  • enter the world of make believe with simple props like toy phones and puppets
  • show interest in counting and start to identify one, two, or three objects
  • sort and classify objects and learn about differences in size and volume
Not all centers offer our Little Explorers program. Ask your center coordinator for more information.


Your little one can’t stay still for long, so we have developed a curriculum where children move between sub-centers every 20 minutes

. Here is a sample of the activities they do in a day:
  • Welcome and Outdoor play
  • Theme-based Circle Time with rhymes
  • House-keeping & Dramatics corner with pretend play
  • Story Time
  • Snack Time
  • Math and Science exploration
  • Music and Movement
  • Blocks and Manipulatives
  • Art and sensory