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Ages 2 - 3

Our Pequeñitos students enjoy a culturally-rich curriculum using our 4 Pillars of Global Education that touches on their auditory, visual, and kinetic styles of learning as they start their journeys as bilingual and biliterate learners.

This is a daytime drop-off program that has full and part time options.  

  • For Children 2-3

  • Not Potty Trained

  • No School Experience

  • Play Based

  • Spanish Immersion

  • Prepare for Preschool 

  • 9 AM - 12 PM/9 AM - 4 PM

  • 2, 3, or 5 Days per Week

4 Pillars of Global Education


Cognitive Development

Our Pequeñitos program aids your child in making the transition from their comfortable home to a new learning environment with teachers and friends in a welcoming community. Students develop their reading comprehension, critical thinking, and communication abilities through inquiry-based learning. Your toddler is starting to create mental pictures for objects,  improving problem-solving skills, and using mental experimentation rather than actual manipulation of objects.

Our mission is to assist Pequeñitos program participants in problem-solving and basic concept learning. Children will expand their vocabulary in Spanish and begin stringing short words together, and improve their conversational abilities through open-ended questions and visual thinking techniques.

Language & Culture

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Social & Emotional Development

The 2s program's teachers give young students a sense of security, safety, confidence, and encouragement. They teach young children how to make friends, express their emotions, and overcome obstacles. In addition to fostering trust, empathy, compassion, and a sense of right and wrong in children, developing strong, positive relationships is also beneficial.

Your toddler's artwork is greatly improving, just as 2-year-olds are beginning to have more control over their hand and finger movements. As your child's muscles start to grow, their climbing and sprinting abilities also get better. At Tribú, we offer age-appropriate toys and games so that they can completely develop these new skills in a secure and enjoyable setting.

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Fine & Gross Motor Skill Development

Class Structure

Let’s say hola!  

When children first arrive at Tribú, they sign in for attendance, store their belongings in their cubby, remove their shoes, say goodbye to their grown-ups for the day and greet their friends.  ​

Circle Time

Children gather as a whole group to build a responsive classroom in which they contribute to the expectations and plans for the day.


Center time is a period of time during the preschool day when children are able to choose from a variety of activities to participate in. Center time is typically child-directed, meaning that children are free to choose the activities that they are most interested in. This allows children to learn at their own pace and in their own way.

Snack/Play Time

 Snack and play time are two important parts of the preschool day. Snack time provides children with the energy they need to learn and play, while play time allows them to explore their imaginations and develop their social and emotional skills.


Music and movement is a fun and engaging way for children to learn and grow. During this time we will either dance, sing songs, play instruments or play movement games.

Adíos Time

The end of the preschool day is a time for children to transition from school to home. It is also a time for them to reflect on their day and to share their experiences with their parents or caregivers.

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