Two Year Old Programs

Curiosity drives a toddler to explore new things, broadening the view of their growing world. At A Child’s Academy, we balance learning with nurturing and playtime. Our caring, intuitive, and knowledgeable staff will guide your two-year-old through this exciting stage, encouraging growth as physical, intellectual, communicative, creative, and social beings.

  • Flexing Little Muscles.
Our classrooms provide a safe place for growing bodies to explore and discover the world. Balance, coordination, and motor skills are developed in playtime and social interaction.
  • Mental Fundamentals.
A Child’s Academy’s teachers will help your two-year-old stretch his or her cognitive abilities through a variety of stimulating Gainesville FL Best Daycare and Preschool for 30 yearsactivities that teach colors, counting, and categorizing. These and other learning tools will help build a strong foundation as your child broadens his or her intellectual horizons.
  • Word Play.
A firm foundation in language leads to success as a reader. Our teaching approach nourishes early literacy by focusing on basic words and phrases, naming familiar objects, and comprehending instructions.
  • Artistic Logistics.
Encouraging the natural abilities and talents within each child is one way A Child’s Academy helps your child become well-rounded. Drawing, music, and dance encourage self-expression and enrich the classroom experience.
  • Let’s Be Friends.
Self-awareness becomes pronounced as more time is spent around others. Supervised group play helps a child learn the value of sharing and cooperation. Playing slow, simple, and non-threatening competitive games and singing songs are examples of the group activities we employ at A Child’s Academy to encourage the formation of friendships at this critical stage of growth.
  • Structure with Freedom, and Vice Versa. Sensory, motor, perceptual, and language skills are introduced through materials and activities that are both child-centered and teacher-directed. We recognize that the process rather than the product fosters a sense of accomplishment and pride. Based on the theory that children learn best through activity and application, classroom routines encourage active involvement, meaningful experimentation, and reinforcement through repetition. We have designed schedules that balance structure and free choice with active and quiet times.

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“Our daughter, Katie, has been at A Child’s Academy since she was three months old. We originally planned to have her there for one year until she was old enough to transition to the school that her older brother attended. However, it was such a great environment and Katie was so happy there that we never left! She has now been at ACA for almost four years. Katie has adored her teachers; they have been so attentive and have really helped Katie to learn and grow. Before she could talk, her teachers taught her some basic sign language to help her communicate a few key words. As she got a little older, Katie quickly learned all of her numbers and letters and now loves pointing out numbers and letters on signs and notes and billboards wherever we go. She frequently comes home and shares interesting facts that she learned about animals, different states and countries, or even famous people. The first time I heard my little three-year-old come home and tell me about Martin Luther King, Jr., I was so impressed! I attribute this to the great focus on learning in her classroom. There are even occasional “homework” assignments, which Katie loves because it makes her feel like she is such a big girl. We will be sad when it’s time for her to “graduate” and move on to elementary school, because we have really enjoyed our experience at A Child’s Academy.”

Sara & James Mock, Gainesville, FL