Sunday: 8:00 (Inside) | 10:30 (Online & Inside)

Jacob's Ladder Tiny Tykes

About our Tiny Tyke class

Tiny Tykes is a specifically designed class for young toddlers. The goal of this class is to
provide an atmosphere of warmth, security and FUN! This program will give young toddlers the opportunity to become familiar and comfortable away from Mom and Dad and also allow
them to socialize with children their own age. Our teachers will provide fun, interactive, hands-on
activities for the children to participate in. The children will be painting, singing, listening to stories
and learning about Jesus. The activities will also begin to develop their learning skills in the following

1. Physical Development (Developing Body) – To help strengthen and build large and small motor skills your child will participate in activities such as: Tummy Time (infant), crawling, Peek-a-boo, dancing to music, climbing, etc.

2. Cognitive Development (Developing Mind) -Through interactive play children will be encouraged to explore the world around them. Your child will have the opportunity to participate in different activities that build on the five senses: hearing, touching, seeing, smelling, and tasting.

3. Language Development (Developing Communication) - Teachers will build your child’s language skills and vocabulary by singing songs, reading stories, talking and interacting with your child.

4. Social/Emotional Development (Developing Self) –Teachers will provide a safe and loving environment that will help the children to build positive relationships with their classmates and adults. Children will learn to take turns, share, and be kind to one another other.

Age requirements: children must by 1-year-old by September 30th.

Class Size: The maximum number of children is 6 with a minimum number of 3 children.

Teachers: There will always be a minimum of 2 teachers.

Classes are offered on: Tuesday and Wednesday from 9am-11:30am

Observations and Progress Reports: Teachers will observe and evaluate their students twice a year, once at the end of the fall semester and once at the end of the spring semester. Parents will receive a progress report on their child and may schedule a Parent/Teacher conference if they so choose