Guidelines: Toddlers Room

STM toddler’s room is a designated space within our society where young children between the ages of 2 to 4 years can play and interact with one another. It is a safe and secure environment designed to foster creativity, imagination, and social skills. The room is typically equipped with age-appropriate toys and play equipment, such as building blocks, puzzles, and soft play areas. Parents or guardians are required to supervise their children while in the toddler’s room to ensure their safety and well-being. This space provides young children with a fun and interactive environment where they can play and learn, while also allowing parents and guardians to socialize and connect with one another.

Here are some common rules for a toddler’s room in a society that can help ensure the safety and well-being of the children:

  • Only children aged 2 to 4 years are allowed in the toddler’s room.
  • Parents or guardians must supervise their children at all times.
  • No food or drinks are allowed inside the toddler’s room to prevent choking hazards and messes.
  • Toys and play equipment should be age-appropriate and in good condition.
  • Children should not be allowed to climb on furniture or equipment to avoid accidents.
  • Use of electronic devices should be discouraged to promote social interaction and imaginative play.
  • Children should be encouraged to share toys and take turns to promote social skills.
  • Use of the toilet or diaper changing facilities should be supervised by a parent or guardian.
  • Any incidents or accidents should be reported to the society authorities immediately.
  • All toys and equipment should be sanitized regularly to prevent the spread of germs.

By following these guidelines, parents and guardians can help create a safe and nurturing environment for the children in the toddler’s room.