Toddler Programs

Once your child becomes more mobile, we stimulate development in a variety of ways:

  • Physical Engagement. Very young children develop at a fast pace at this stage, so they require gross motor activities to help build and fine-tune their Gainesville FL Best Daycare and Preschool for 30 yearsmovement skills. We offer several developmental activities for our toddlers, which is fun for both the child and the caregiver.
  • Intellectual Stimulation. Through verbal exchanges, playing music, making various noises, we encourage your one-year-old to explore objects for size, shape, color, texture, movement, position, and sound. Our goal is to facilitate bottle holding, fingering foods, picking up small objects, and learning to creep, crawl, and walk.
  • Social Development. By interacting with familiar people and each other, toddlers at A Child’s Academy receive reassurance and nurturing at all times. Our caregivers offer a gentle touch and a calm voice while encouraging friendly play.

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“I was involved in evaluating a nationwide pilot program that identified techniques that daycares can use to create "Supports for Parents" as a way to strengthen families. I quickly realized that many of the national best practices were already in place at A Child's Academy: staff knows me by name (and asks me how I'm doing), staff is responsive and supportive when I have questions about my child's development, staff has a curriculum that prepares children very well for kindergarten, and staff provides opportunities for parents to get together through holiday programs and in-class parties.

This just reinforced what I already felt about A Child's Academy and why both of our daughters have been there since they were born: the parents and kids are treated with love and respect, in a warm and caring environment.”

Jayne & Bryon Moraski, Gainesville, FL