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The Toddler Rooms at Lil’ Explorers create a fun and nurturing environment for your children

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  • This parent bulletin board is located outside one of the toddler rooms and is regularly updated with new photos and explanations of recent activities. This information helps parents and visitors understand what takes place during a classroom day. Regular communication supports the development of a healthy partnership with families, an important part of the PITC philosophy.

    People always ask me which rooms are my favorite to design. I’d have to say toddler rooms hands down. Why? Well this is such a big transition for a child to move from a crib to their big kid bed. They have such a sense of independence and confidence when you can finally tell them “this is your big girl room.”

  • In the Toddler Rooms, the furniture is child-scaled or “child size” and the storage areas are conveniently located for easy access. Visitors can see how these PITC concepts work in action.

    Here’s the ground floor plan. Room 3837 is the Infant Room. Rooms 3835, 3844 and 3848 are the Toddler Rooms. Rooms 3836, 3843 and 3850 are the observation rooms.

  • A small child needs a lively and convenient set up in his room. It should be aesthetic as well as restful. In other words, it must be charming enough to make him feel good and also comfortable enough to let him unwind. Children love to play and also have lots of toys and books. So, storage also needs special attention. Below, we have showcased a collection of 23 images that will give you useful information regarding ideas for toddler rooms. Have a look.

Dreamy, Sophisticated Toddler Bedroom

Floor-to-ceiling draperies in toddler rooms can be challenging to keep clean and out of harm's way. A great alternative is to outfit windows with Roman shades. Madeline's were made with drapery-weight linen sporting a brocade pattern in gray, black and white. Since cords are hazardous to babies and toddlers, always ensure safety by installing cord holders well out of a child's reach.