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When you do things with love it can be noticed easily, the best of all is that it grows.
Here are our teachers and children in action.
The best thing? love is contagious!
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Our preschool curriculum helps children achieve school readiness in all areas of academic and social learning.
Our READY for SCHOOL preschool program is filled with investigation, exploration, and discovery, where active and enthusiastic children can refine and expand their skills and knowledge. Through intentional teaching practices, purposefully-designed learning environments, and enriched activities, teachers ensure preschoolers have joyful, appropriate, and meaningful learning experiences that lead to success in school and in life.
Our child care philosophy is put into action through targeted learning objectives, hands-on activities, and program components that support each child’s growth and learning. Our goal is to make sure we’re preparing your child for success in elementary school and beyond. We offer a number of enrichment options, which vary by school. Some of the programs may include:
Toddlers, Twos, Early Preschool
- Physical fitness (traditional gym activities like tumbling)
- Music appreciation and education
- Physical fitness (from dance to basketball)
- Language instruction (Spanish)
- Music appreciation and education
- Technology instruction (computers)
Building Friendships in Preschool
Our programs successfully promote students’ self-control, relationship building, and problem solving, among other social and emotional skills. The relevancy of this to general school success cannot be overlooked. Research shows that children’s social and emotional skills impact their overall academic achievement, A great deal of “academic” learning takes place through social interactions, so being able to communicate easily and effectively with others is a primary channel for acquiring knowledge and skills. This not only applies to what children learn from adults, but also what they learn from peers. Further, children who are confident about their interpersonal relationships also have the emotional security to take on the risks and challenges of learning other subject matter. Friendships can help people feel secure, confident, and likeable. “Making friends” and “getting along with others” are goals most parents set for their children upon entering preschool. But the foundation for building friendships is laid well before preschool. Learning how to simply establish relationships with others is primary in social-emotional development. Learning how to build relationships begins early as infants establish bonds with their parents and primary caregivers.
At Kids in Action we believe in the importance in all the areas for development
Language and Literacy Development
Involves children’s abilities to convey their ideas, thoughts, and feelings through speaking and writing, and their ability to demonstrate early reading skills.
Focuses on the development of skills necessary for learning, such as self-regulation, attention, and persistence.
Social and Emotional Development
Supports your child’s ability to express and regulate feelings and develop relations with others.
Physical Development and Wellness
Gives your child opportunities to build large- and small-muscle skills, strength, stamina, and knowledge needed to live a healthy lifestylCognitive Development
Supports the mental processes needed to think, make sense of the world and understand knowledge across different subjects, including mathematics, science, and social studies.
Helps your child creatively explore the arts, movement, drama, and music.