Our Classroom Curriculum

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As shown by the well known psychologist Jean Piaget children learn best through play. Therefore, every one of our state-of-the-art facilities in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area has developed a hands-on learning experience for children six weeks to twelve years of age.

Play is defined as behavior that is self-motivated, freely chosen, process oriented and pleasurable. Play is valuable in children’s learning because it promotes initiative, individuality, and autonomous thinking. The child is completely immerged into the play and is actively involved at all times.

All About Kids Daycare believes in the Constructivist theory, which states that the emphasis of learning is placed on the learner rather than the teacher. It is the learner who interacts with objects and events and thus, gains an understanding of the features held by such objects or events. Even though the emphasis is placed on the learner rather than the teacher, the teacher’s role is very complex.

Play is the main vehicle our daycare centers will use to engage your children in learning and developing their four main skills, (social, emotional, cognitive, and physical). In addition, the children will participate in teacher facilitated activities such as circle time, music, movement and group activities. Our curriculum will build a strong and solid foundation for your child that is needed for future growth in all aspects of life.

Our programs are designed to fit the individual needs of every child. Our programs are created for infants, toddlers, preschool age, kindergarten, and school age. If you have any specific questions on our childcare programs please do not hesitate to contact us.