Active Imaginations Child Development Center





Providing Safe Learning Environment Where Each Toddler

 Can Grow

Our Toddler Program

At Active Imaginations Child Development Center in Louisville, Kentucky, your toddlers will embark on a journey of mastering new skills such as walking, talking, and potty training. It is exciting to watch your toddler learn new skills. The normal development of children (aged 1-3years old) can be divided into the following:

  • Gross motor – walking, running, and climbing
  • Fine motor – feeding themselves and drawing
  • Sensory – seeing, hearing, tasting, touching, and smelling
  • Language – saying single words, then sentences
  • Social – playing with others, taking turns, and doing fantasy play

Toddlers do not develop at the same rate. There is a wide range of what is considered "normal." Your child may be ahead in some areas while slightly behind in others. Our teachers are trained in conducting assessments to see where each individual child's development is. Although they take notes on each child on a daily basis for their portfolios, complete assessments are done twice a year.


We strongly urge you to sign up for parent-teacher conferences to go over this in detail. If you have any concerns regarding your child’s development, don't hesitate to ask their teacher or the director. It might be a common area of concern or together we might need to consult outside help for further assessments.


Additionally, we have relationships with community agencies that can help guide you through this process. If your child is in need of therapy (speech, PT/OT, etc.), we can arrange for those sessions to be completed here.


Your toddler will be encouraged to explore their environment. We offer a safe learning atmosphere for them to try new things as well as interact and learn to share with their peers. Your child will experience water play, blocks, dramatic play, and much more. Some days will be messier than others, so please have a couple changes of clothes!

Learn About Our Two-Year-Old Program