Learn together, Laugh together,
Play together. Your children are our main concern.
Serving Manteca, Lathrop, and Ripon, CA
When it comes to choosing your child's preschool, you want a facility that will put your child first. At Kids Academy Preschool and Daycare, we have a great place for your child to learn. We have five teachers with degrees on staff to guide your child.
Throughout the years, we have added many programs and services that we are proud to offer. Get in touch with us today for more information.
Circle time activities: Circle time and learning activities are based on the Houghton Mifflin Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum. Topics include a monthly theme, calendar, counting and number recognition, shape recognition, letter recognition, and name signing and recognition. Circle time also include activities such as group discussions, singing songs, finger plays, flannel board activities, stories, and music and movement songs.
Art project and/or workbook page: The children will work on art projects based on a monthly theme and workbooks.
Outside play: Depending on the weather, children go outside for daily playtime.
Nap time: Your children will be provided with their own sheet and blanket during nap and rest time, which is offered for our full day program.
Afternoon activities: Our teachers plan out activities for the afternoon including music, outside play, and art projects.
Meals and snacks: Hot lunch and snacks are provided.
Quality preschool curriculum: Kids Academy Preschool and Daycare uses a preschool curriculum from the Houghton Mifflin Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum, as well as activities developed by our teachers. We also use a monthly theme and work on the following areas:
Literacy skills: Phonological awareness, letter recognition, comprehension, oral language/vocabulary, book/print awareness, writing/written expression, motivation to read, and fluency.
Math concepts: Number recognition and counting, measurement, problem solving, and shapes.
Social studies and science: Recognize the meaning of community. Explore objects to identify what things are made of, weight, and sorting.
Social/emotional development: Learn to build beneficial relationships, control emotions, show compassion, and show positive social behaviors.
Physical development: Develop motor skills through indoor and outdoor physical activities. Develop fine motor skills through the use of creative tools and writing.
Fine arts: Art, music, and dramatic play.
Health and safety: Talk about healthy food and safety rules.