Making A Difference

Academy for Kids strongly believes that a smaller class size giving the teacher the time to work with the children individually allowing them to express their creativity.  Children will work on activities such as water play, finger painting, and shaving cream art. All our teachers keep a folder for each child in the classroom that contains all their art and class work so that parents can take home the work their children have done during the week.


All our teachers want to ensure that the children attending our preschool program are challenged intellectually and prepared emotionally. Academy For Kids takes pride in the quality education we provide our students and our goal is to always kindle their minds widen their horizons and awaken their creativity.


Creative Curriculum for  2 Year Olds

This curriculum allows the teacher to set specific goals and objectives for children in all areas of development. For example: Social /Emotional / Physical / Cognitive /Language

It supports and encourages the exploration in such areas as: Literacy / Discovering Mathematical Relationships / Scientific Exploration / Music and Movement / Art Activities

Creative Curriculum is one of the only curriculums to use all developmental theories.


Abraham Maslow – Meeting Each Childs Basic Need

Erik Erikson – Eight Stages of Psychological Task

Jean Piaget & Lev Vygotsky – Children Learn Through Play

It will enrich their learning skills and will build on their strengths and interests.  


Creative Curriculum for 3 & 4 Years Olds

This Curriculum has 36 objectives which are organized into 9 areas of development and learning with the last being English Language Acquisition. Our teachers effectively plan what to teach, when to teach a particular skill and how to teach in ways that is responsive to the individual needs of the children.



Regulates own emotions and behaviors

Establishes and sustains positive relationships

Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations


Demonstrates traveling, balancing, gross-motor manipulative skills and fine-motor strength and coordination


Listens to and understands increasingly complex language

Uses language to express thoughts and needs

Uses appropriate conversational and other communication skills


Demonstrates positive approaches to learning

Remembers and connects experiences

Uses classification skills

Uses symbols and images to represent something not present


Demonstrates Phonological awareness, Knowledge of the alphabet and of print and it uses

Comprehends and responds to books and other texts

Demonstrates emergent writing skills


Uses number concepts and operations

Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes

Compares and Measures, counts and qualifies

Demonstrates Knowledge of patterns


Uses scientific inquiry skills

Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things, physical properties of objects and material and of Earth’s environment

Use tools and other technology to perform tasks


Demonstrates knowledge about self

Shows basic understanding of people and how they live

Explores change related to familiar people or places

Demonstrates simple geographic knowledge


Explores the visual arts, musical concepts, expression, dance, movements concepts, drama through actions and language


Demonstrates progress in listening to, understanding and speaking English