We have one child that recently completed the Toddler program, and who is moving on to Children's House this fall. She has always been very independent and we found that the Toddler program nurtured this by emphasizing uniqueness and confidence in her lifeskill development. Our daughter loves spending time engaging in individual activities that bring her a sense of pride, like baking bread. Every time she baked bread, we would share it as a family over our meal. This seemingly small gesture always provided us with an opportunity to have her tell us stories about her day at school. The sense of pride and joy baking has brought to her reinforces her independence, sense of order, and self-confidence. Our daughter also enjoys the social interaction with her classmates during her time in the gross motor room, and during circle time singing songs and playing instruments. The diversity of activities and interactions in the Toddler program have really captured her curiosity and continues to reinforce her positive experience at TMS.