Our Toddler Room at Home Again is where children who are roughly two years old to three years old come to learn, play and grow. Admission is based on developmental milestones and social-emotional maturity rather than calendar age. Toddlers are very curious and working toward gaining independence. We encourage independence but take into consideration that all children develop at different rates and some need more help or time than others. Our approach to learning is based on the Creative Curriculum. We design our learning experiences based on the individual interests and abilities of the children in our room, which we believe makes learning fun. My name is Kenzie Grohs, and have been at Home Again for about four years now. I started working here when I was still in high school and have been in every room in the center for an extensive amount of time. The toddler room, however is by far my favorite. I really enjoy this age because it is when their personalities and independence really start to shine through. I love being able to see the children excel in the things they are interested in as well as things they’ve been working on. When I’m not working, I am working towards my Bachelors in Early Childhood Education. I also enjoy traveling, reading, and going to concerts.