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Wee School

Being a 2 year old is an exhausting job!

Your child is going through a development explosion right now as they learn how to better communicate, interact with others, potty train and learn the age old lessons of sharing, taking turns and cooperation.

Infant

The Center for Young Children understands this and strives to provide a secure, loving and nurturing environment with the structure and routine that your 2 year old needs.

Wee-School Overview: Our Wee-School teachers plan days filled with a balance of quiet activities, spirited music and movement, and plenty of outdoor play. Through observation and assessment, we also assemble individual development portfolios to help ensure your child stays on track!

Below is a sample of activities your two year old may encounter:

  • The use of Learning Centers for imaginary play, creative art projects and playtime with blocks, puzzles and books
  • Various activities that explore and celebrate cultural diversity
  • The practice of self-help skills including hand washing, putting on shoes, picking up toys and sharing with friends
  • Circle time with stories and songs that help to encourage language skills
  • Gross motor activities such as tip-toes; and fine motor activities such as crayon and marker use
  • Exploration of the five senses and how they relate to art, math, language, music, physical education, science and social studies




WEE SCHOOL TEACHERS

Linda Orr

Linda Orr


Linda has worked at the CYC since the summer of 2006. She earned her BS in Education from IUPUI. She taught a first and second grade class for five years at a private school on the eastside of Indianapolis. Linda is married and has two teenage daughters who keep her very busy. In her spare time she enjoys scrapbooking and crocheting.
Ellen Perry

Ellen Perry


Ellen is a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She has been working with children and families for over 36 years. She owned her own home day care center and has experience with children from birth to age 18. She is married and has four children; two daughters, two sons and one grandson.
Alyssa Reyher

Alyssa Reyher


Alyssa was born and raised in Indiana and graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Studies. She joined the Center for Young Children in the fall of 2016. Her experience with children ranges from birth to age 5. Outside of working with children she enjoys traveling, photography and spending spare time with family and friends.


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