Find your nearest Monkey Puzzle Day Nursery

At Monkey Puzzle Day Nurseries, between the ages of 14 months and 3 years old, children enjoy a space in our Toddlers’ rooms. The Toddlers’ rooms match their inquisitiveness and energy, with well-considered furnishings and learning resources accessible at all times.

All children’s development at the nursery is underpinned by the Early Years Foundation Stage which is the framework that your child will be assessed under in their first year at school. At our nurseries, we prepare your children for school by carefully weaving the framework into your Toddler’s play each and every day.

Why choose Monkey Puzzle Day Nurseries for your toddler?

With your child’s growing independence their reliance on adults is eased slightly and we ensure that each team member has no more than four children to support at any one time. By doing this, we can see your children become more and more independent at this age, continuing to grow and thrive.

Toddlers continue to develop with a focus on the three prime areas and are more fully introduced to four more specific areas that support their growing enthusiasm for exploring their world. These are:

  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the world
  • Expressive art and design

As the your Toddlers go about their play our educators sprinkle texts, books, sounds and numbers around them, promoting your child’s curiosity.

There will always be space and opportunity for them to create their own work and art, being encouraged to have a go themselves inspired by the world around them.

Why choose Monkey Puzzle Day Nurseries for your toddler?

There are many benefits for toddlers to join a nursery. Attending a nursery can help support parents create a structure or routine for babies such as meal times, activities and play and naps. This can also help toddlers learn new skills as well as build independence and confidence as they learn. Spending time with other children and nursery staff is also fantastic for toddlers. It can help to develop communication and social skills as they spend time interacting with new people, learning to listen, learning to share and making new friends. Attending a nursery can also allow your child to take part in activities, access learning resources or have experiences that you might not be able to offer them at home/

Having your toddler attend a nursery can also have benefits for you as parents. It can allow you to meet new people and make friends with children of a similar age. It also can help you return to a more familiar balance in your life as you may be preparing to return to work. Similarly, it could afford you more time to complete your family tasks.

To find out more about joining one of our Monkey Puzzle Day Nurseries Toddlers groups have to offer to you and your family, you can find the nearest nursery to you through our nursery search page.