2 – 3 Years

Experienced Teachers Who Care

Our educated teachers will provide your child with a safe, loving environment that supports exploration.

Sensory Math and Science Experiences

Our classrooms are filled with age-appropriate learning materials of different textures, shapes and sizes, that encourage investigation with their five senses and problem solving skills. These actions form the critical connections that they will build upon for years to come.

Routines Are Key

A predictable routine and schedule helps to ensure your two-year-old’s success. As your child  grows, they begin to understand their own daily schedule and thrive in the consistency of what comes next. Our teachers will work with you to  build a daily schedule that will help your child successfully transition from home and school.

Reading and Language

We encourage reading and language development through the use of conversations, picture books, read alouds, and storytelling.

Developing Independence

Learning self-help skills such as potty training or putting on your own coat, is an important part of  being an independent two-year-old. Our teachers will work with your child  to help them develop these skills and start to navigate their world.

Encouraging Creativity

Our classrooms includes areas for children to explore drama, music and art. We have a weekly program with the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music where children are exposed to different elements of music and we work with different non-toxic materials such as crayons, paint and 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.


When do we start the potty-training process?

We encourage you to start this process at home and then discuss with your teachers how to set up a routine for school, which mirrors your home routine.

What items should I provide for my child?

Three complete sets of clothing, water cup, diapers, pullups, underwear, wipes, and diaper creams

How will you support my child’s social and emotional development?

Our curriculum supports social and emotional development through skills and strategies, quiet areas to self-regulate and social emotional props throughout the classroom.

What our families are saying

Home away from home

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Happy with our experience

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My child is cared for

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They truly do care

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