12 – 24 Months

Experienced Teachers Who Care

Our educated teachers will provide your toddler with the nurturing support they need while promoting their development with language, movement and sensory activities.

Tools To Help Them Thrive

Our classrooms are filled with age-appropriate sensory learning materials with different textures, colors and sounds, so your toddler can investigate and manipulate with their five senses and form the critical connections that they will build upon for years to come.

Routines Are Key

A predictable routine helps to ensure your toddler’s success. As your toddler grows, they will begin to transition to a consistent daily schedule where they participate in meals, activities and nap time with their classmates.

Developing Independence

Learning self-help skills such as using a spoon or finding your own coat, is an important part of becoming a toddler.  Our teachers will work with your child  to help them develop these skills and start to navigate their world independently..

Encouraging Creativity

We believe in the power of music and art.  We have a weekly program with the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music where toddlers are exposed to different elements of music and we work with different non-toxic materials such as crayons, paint and edible play-dough to inspire their artistic side.

Meals On Us!

Because we participate in the CACFP program, all of our children receive breakfast, lunch and snacks included with their tuition.

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Play-Based Learning

We believe children learn best in a play-based environment where they can explore, interact and create, based on their own interests and abilities.

Ebenezer’s Purposeful Intentional Curriculum (EPIC)

Our EPIC curriculum is designed to enable children to develop knowledge, skills, and processes, and then apply them to the real world. EPIC focuses on the development of the whole child both as an individual and as a member of a larger community.


What items should I provide for nap?

A blanket, comfort item, sound machine, pacifier (if needed) and toddler bed crib sheet.

How many naps will my child take per day?

Your child will transition to one nap per day, 12:30-2:30

What supplies do I need to provide for my child?

3 complete sets of clothing, diapers, wipes, diaper creams and a water cup

What our families are saying

Home away from home

As a single mother with a full-time schedule on and off the clock, the one thing that I have never had to question is the love and care that my […]

Happy with our experience

We’ve been so happy with our experience with Ebenezer. The teachers and staff show how much they care for the kids and their families greeting us with open arms and […]

My child is cared for

As a first-time mother, it’s hard to know what questions to even ask when looking for childcare. Ebenezer immediately made me feel informed and comfortable, helping us determine what works […]

They truly do care

As a FTM (like most people) I had extreme anxiety about who would care for my child when I returned to work. We went with Ebenezer in Tosa/West Allis and […]

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