Preschool Programs

A Child Academy’s preschool is centered on preparing your child for the critical transition into school. Our A Beka curriculum is structured to sharpen Gainesville FL Best Daycare and Preschool for 30 yearsreading, writing, math, and social skills so that your preschooler will be ready for the academic and social challenges ahead.

The basis of our educational program can be summarized as “A.A.R.M.S.” (Arithmetic, Arts, Reading, Music, and Science). This acronym symbolizes the connection that is made as our loving, experienced staff reaches out to students during this essential period in their learning development:

  • Arithmetic presents an introduction to the basis of logic and numbers.
  • Art is an instrument for creative exploration and self-expression.
  • Reading, as a building block of all education, shapes future attitudes about learning.
  • Music is used as a listening tool to understand tone and expand into rhythm.
  • Science provides a way to discover our earth through curious exploration.

We present these elements in a group setting, where children begin to understand the value of being a team player. We use positive reinforcement and the Golden Rule to encourage listening, sharing, taking turns, and cooperation with each other. Building these social skills is critical to success in the classroom.

Enrichment Programs

Understanding that a well-rounded child becomes a flourishing, ambitious student, A Child’s Academy has incorporated three enhancement courses for our Gainesville FL Best Daycare and Preschool for 30 Yearsthree-year-olds. These enrichment programs broaden your child’s education and our core education program:

  • Computers. We maintain a complete computer lab to introduce preschoolers to technology. As our society becomes increasingly reliant upon technology, we recognize the importance of integrating this component into the classroom at an early age.
  • Spanish. Comprehension of Spanish creates an awareness of social diversity while promoting the development of communication skills. We offer Spanish classes to provide a basic understanding of this useful language to our young learners.
  • Gymnastics. A strong mind should be paired with a strong body. A “Fun & Fit” bus comes to A Child’s Academy to teach gymnastics and tumbling skills to our preschoolers. This activity builds strength, coordination, and readiness for more complex motor skills.

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“We came to ACA under very urgent and special circumstances, having to identify daycare within a 24 hour window, for two little guys, 18 months and 3 years….from my first call to ACA, Miss Pat, opened her arms, literally, to our family and our unique situation…giving countless hugs, drying our tears, and providing sincere words of encouragement when those transition times were the toughest. It was a prayer answered to be able to place our little ones in a Christian childcare facility, and now 3 years later our prayers have been answered ten-fold with the compassionate care, dedication, consistency and excellent academic program in place at ACA. The entire staff, from office to classroom and afterschool go above and beyond what we have ever found in any other childcare facility. We have grown from our little guys screaming each morning when being left for the first time in their lives in a daycare facility to struggling to get them in the car in the afternoons because they do not want to leave ! We have heard countless other parents describing the same scenario with their little ones. We know our boys are in a home away from home when they are at ACA.”

Debra & Jamie Hope, Gainesville, FL