Words from Parents

“We are so impressed with Dalton and are grateful to be able to send our child there. First and foremost, the teachers are very nice and professional, and take care of children with different level of needs. The location was very convenient and easily assesible to our residence. It is very spacious place with good facilities. We value our child’s education as our top priority, and give Dalton our highest recommendation.”
Parent of Evan Ho

student at miniDalton

Words from Teachers

Hello, I’m Ms. Carmen, and I am delighted to be a part of the vibrant learning community at miniDalton. With my extensive background in kindergarten and playgroup education, I am passionate about fostering a playful and sensory-rich learning environment. I firmly believe that children learn best when actively engaged in hands-on experiences. That’s why I strive to create opportunities for my students to explore, discover, and learn through play. At miniDalton, we embrace the school motto “I am not led, I lead,” empowering children to take charge of their own learning journeys. Together, we embark on an exciting educational adventure, nurturing young minds and laying the groundwork for their future academic success.

Ms. Carmen Wong

English Teacher/ Coordinator

Hi, I’m Mr. Daniel, and I’m thrilled to be part of the miniDalton team. I have always believed that teachers play a critical role in creating positive experiences and fostering an engaging environment for young children. In order to utilize my musical background, I enjoy integrating musical elements like instruments and nursery rhymes into my lessons. This approach adds enjoyment to the learning process and promotes a fun-filled environment for our little learners. I strongly believe that music is one of the best tools that contribute to the holistic development of children.

Mr. Daniel Lee

English Teacher




Sensory Play

Sensory play enables toddlers to learn about different textures, colors, and shapes, and aids in developing problem-solving and sensory exploration skills.

Physical Exercise

Physical exercise helps toddlers improve coordination, balance, and motor skills, essential for activities like crawling, walking, and jumping.

Arts & Crafts

Engaging in arts and crafts is crucial for toddlers as it fosters creativity, enhances fine motor skills, and provides a foundation for artistic expression.

Music & Movement

Music and movement activities are vital for toddlers, teaching them rhythm, body awareness, language skills, self-expression, and social interaction.

Circle Time

Circle time is key for toddlers to learn about sharing, taking turns, listening, following instructions, early literacy, and socializing with peers.

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