Programs

What We Offer


The Infant Program at Just4Kidz Academy provides a stimulating, clean, developmentally encouraging environment for children aged eight weeks to eighteen months. Our nurturing teachers cater to the care of each child using individualized plans that have been created in partnership with his or her patent. Planned daily activities are also implemented by our caregivers in order to evolve cognitive function and fine motor skills. Our classroom includes age appropriate toys, books, music and materials, that contribute to the physical development and language progression. A sense of community and trust in presented through the interactions with other children and the close bonds formed with their teachers. We want our infants to feel as though they are in an extension of their own home where they will be safe, comfortable, and loved while going through their milestones of development.


  • Are CPR Certified and First-Aid trained
  • Communicate daily with families to ensure consistency between school and home
  • Actively encourage curiosity and socialization among infants
  • Demonstrate appropriate play to help develop motor skills.

Arrival- Among drop-off, parents and caregivers review infants previous night, feeding/changing schedules and any other additional scheduling or important information for the day.

Developmental Activities/Diapers- Tummy time, bouncers, teethers, blocks and other age-appropriate activities will be supervised throughout the morning. Routine Diapering.

Small Group Activities- Supervised play with other babies within their age range will take place in small groups.

Lunch/Diapers- Caretakers adhere to individual feeding plans and routine diapering schedules.

Nap- Caregivers play lullabies in a dimly lit room and will rock cribs or pat the babies for comfort if needed.

Diapers/Afternoon Snack- As the babies wake up, they are greeted by their teachers and diapered. Once their needs are met, they are served an afternoon snack or bottle depending on each individual’s feeding plans.

Developmental Activities- Infants work with caregivers to improve cognitive function and fine motor skills using age appropriate toys and activities.

Dismissal- While infants and babies are playing, caregivers discuss their chilrd’s day with parents as they arrive. Parents also receive a daily sheet explaining what their child’s day consisted of and informing them of any supplies they will be needing for the following days.

*Lunchboxes, water cups, as well as sheets and blankets are sent home and the end of each week for cleaning and should be returned the following week.

Fine Motor: holding objects, manipulating dial & switches, turning objects, pressing buttons.

Gross Motor: Exercising large muscles by rolling, crawling, lifting objects, bouncing and beginning to walk.

Social & Emotional Development: Learning socialization and understanding emotions. Developing trust and relationships with teachers and other children.

Sensory: Exploring through sight, touch and sound.

Language and Literacy: Sign language, development of listening, identifying sounds and speaking.

Creativity: Provoking curiosity, problem solving, and engaging sensory development through art and projects.

Our Toddler Program provides children aged 18 months to 2.5 years the opportunity to learn and expand their language, cognitive, fine motor, gross motor, and social & emotional skills while developing their new found sense of independence. Toddlers are now introduced to concepts such as number, letter, shape and color recognition which they can learn through music, sports/physical games, and artistic expression. Teachers supervise small group projects and activities that are chosen to promote and improve creativity, curiosity, and imagination as well as muscle building and fine motor skills. Participation in Circle Time begins in the Toddler Room where teachers apply educational songs to foster learning subjects such as the days of the week, or the weather. Toilet training schedules are also introduced in our Toddler Program providing toddlers a comfortable transition from pull-ups to “potty” with help from our trained staff members. Or goal at Just4Kidz Academy is to prepare the ready our toddlers for an exciting transition into our Preschool Program.


  • Are CPR Certified and First Aid trained.
  • Observe each child’s activities to assess development milestones.
  • Communicate daily with families to ensure consistency between school and home.
  • Help children learn to communicate feelings and develop self-control to adapt strong social and community skills.

Arrival/Breakfast- Among drop-off parents and caregivers review the child’s previous night and provide any special instruction for the day in necessary. Children sit together and are served their provided breakfast.

Circle Time- Students sit and sing songs reviewing the days of the week, months of the year, the alphabet, numbers, weather, nursery rhymes, and other educational subjects that help toward language development. Teachers read stories and provide rewards to the class.

Art & Activities Centers- Weekly themes projects and activities are completed by children either individually or in small groups. Centers are open and include sensory play, fine motor toys, dramatic play, blocks, manipulatives and more.

Potty Training- Children are diapered and given the opportunity to use the toilet. Hand washing is practiced after each change.

Gross Motor/Outdoor Play- As weather permits, the class has supervised play outdoors on their corresponding playground which provides an age appropriate outdoor experience specifically designed for our toddlers, indoor gross motor play includes dancing to music, doing yoga, using climbing toys an more!

Lunch/Potty Training- Children all sit together and are served their provided lunch. .Toddlers are given the opportunity to use the toilet and/or be changed. Hand washing is practiced after eating and after each change.

Nap Time- Children are laid down for nap on cots with provided sheet and blanket. Teachers play soothing music and rub backs if necessary for comforting.

Potty Training. After Snack- As the children wake up there are given the opportunity to use the toilet and/or be changed. After washing hands, they sit together and are served their afternoon snack.

Centers- Centers are open for toddlers to explore sensory play, fine motor toys, dramatic play blocks, manipulatives and more.

Music & Movement- Children will dance to music while learning, listening and singing to their favorite nursery rhymes.

Dismissal- While toddlers are playing, teachers discuss the child’s day with parents as they arrive. Parents also receive a daily sheet explaining that their child’s day consisted of and informing them of any supplies they will be needing for the following days.

*Lunchboxes, water cups, as well as sheets and blankets are sent home and the end of each week for cleaning and should be returned the following week.

Fine Motor: Manipulating small objects, writing, cutting, building.

Gross Motor: Walking, running, climbing, introduction to sports activities. Social & Emotional Development: Learning community socialization, learning to share and play with others, using expression and communication of emotions.

Language/ Literacy & Math- Expanding sign language, development of listening, speaking and identifying sounds, letters, numbers, shapes and colors.

Creativity: Provoking imaginative play and roles playing while learning expression through music, singing, and drawing.

The Preschool class at Just4KIdz Academy provides children from ages 2.5 years to 4 years the opportunity to follow a child-centered creative curriculum. The main focus of our preschool program is to teach children the necessary skills for group participation, confidence, independence, and knowledge building. Our preschoolers learn in a child-directed, but teacher-facilitated environment allowing them access to explore their surroundings and develop problem solving capabilities. In preschool, academic skills are reinforced through daily Circle Time activities, including subjects such as the alphabet, weather, and more. Toileting practices are developed further as communication skills and independence grow.


  • Are CPR Certified and First Aid trained.
  • Observe each child’s activities to assess development milestones.
  • Communicate daily with families to ensure consistency between school and home.
  • Help children learn to communicate feelings and develop self-control to adapt strong social and community skills.

Arrival/Breakfast- Among drop-off parents and caregivers review the child’s previous night and provide any special instruction for the day if necessary. Children sit together and are served their provided breakfast.

Circle Time- Students sit and sing songs reviewing the days of the week, months of the year, the alphabet, numbers, weather, nursery rhymes, and other educational subjects that help toward language development. Teachers read stories and provide rewards to the class.

Art & Activities Centers- Weekly themes projects and activities are completed by children either individually or in small groups. Centers are open and include sensory play, fine motor toys, dramatic play, blocks, manipulatives and more.

Toileting- Children are changed if necessary and given the opportunity to use the bathroom. Handwashing is practiced after each bathroom use.

Gross Motor/Outdoor Play- As weather permits, the class has supervised play outdoors on their corresponding playground which provides an age appropriate outdoor experience specifically designed for our preschoolers. Indoor gross motor play includes dancing to music, doing yoga, or playing indoor sports.

Lunch/Potty Training- Children sit together and are served their provided lunch. Preschoolers are given the opportunity to use the toilet and/or be changed. Hand washing is practiced after eating and after each bathroom use.

Nap Time- Children are laid down for nap on cots with provided sheet and blanket. Teachers play soothing music and pat backs for comforting if necessary.

Toileting/Afternoon Snack- As the children wake up they are given the opportunity to use the toilet and/or be changed. After washing hands, they sit together and are served their afternoon snack. Hands are also washed after eating.

Centers- Centers are open for our preschoolers to explore sensory play, fine motor toys, dramatic play, blocks, manipulatives and more.

Music & Movement- Children will dance to music while learning, listening and singing to their favorite songs.

Dismissal- Teachers discuss the child’s day with parents as they arrive.

*Lunchboxes, water cups, as well as sheets and blankets are sent home and the end of each week for cleaning and should be returned the following week.

Cognitive: Problem solving skills.

Fine Motor: Writing, cutting and manipulating small objects.

Gross Motor: Team sports, outdoor play and physical activity.

Social & Emotional Development: Group participation, self-control, and expression & communication of emotions.

Language/ Literacy & Math: Expanding sign language, increased vocabulary, counting, pre-reading, sound and letter identification.

Creativity: Provoking imaginative play and role playing while learning expression through music, singing, and drawing.

Our goal at Just4Kidz Academy is to educationally, emotionally, and socially prepare our little ones for Kindergarten. Children ages 4-5 focus on expanding areas such as literacy skills, exercising creativity, increasing mathematical understanding, participation in music and art activities, self-expression, and physical education. Our Pre-K curriculum is taught in an environment that encourages group participation as well as individual expression. Our teachers promote confidence, independence, and self regulation amongst their students through daily academic activities such as pre-reading, writing practice, math, and science. Pre-K students are geared toward stimulating their curiosity while teachers create a more structured setting that encourages their physical and emotional growth necessary to meet the expectations of a Kindergarten classroom. Each child will transition from Pre-K to Kindergarten excited, happy, and prepared with the lifelong skills needed to be a productive and motivated student.


  • Are CPR Certified and First Aid trained.
  • Communicate with families and are available for support and direction.
  • Develop and strengthen academic, social, and emotional skills necessary for Kindergarten.
  • Encourage creative and inquisitive thinking and problem solving skills.

Arrival/Breakfast- Among drop-off parents and caregivers review the child’s previous night and provide any special instruction for the day if necessary. Children sit together and are served their provided breakfast.

Circle Time- Students sit and sing songs reviewing the days of the week, months of the year, the alphabet, numbers, weather, nursery rhymes, and other educational subjects that help toward language development. Teachers read stories and provide rewards to the class.

Art & Activities Centers- Curriculum worksheets, writing practices, weekly themed projects and other activities are completed by children either individually or in small groups. Centers are open and include sensory play, fine motor toys, dramatic play, blocks, manipulatives and more.

Gross Motor/Outdoor Play- As weather permits, the class has supervised play outdoors on their corresponding playground which provides an age appropriate outdoor experience specifically designed for Pre-K. Indoor gross motor play includes dancing to music, doing yoga, or playing indoor sports.

Lunch/Bathroom- Children sit together and are served their provided lunch. Pre-K are given the opportunity and encouraged to use the toilet before napping. Hand washing is practiced after eating and after bathroom use.

Nap Time- Children are laid down for nap on cots with provided sheet and blanket. Teachers play soothing music and pat backs for comforting if necessary.

Bathroom/Afternoon Snack- As the children wake up they are given the opportunity and encouraged to use the toilet after napping. Afterwards, children will sit together and are served their afternoon snack. Hand washing is practiced after eating and after bathroom use.

Centers- Centers are open for students to explore literacy, problem-solving, dramatic play, building blocks, manipulatives and more.

Music & Movement- Children will dance to music while learning, listening and singing to their favorite songs.

Dismissal- While students are learning, teachers discuss the child’s day with parents as they arrive.

*Lunchboxes, water cups, as well as sheets and blankets are sent home and the end of each week for cleaning and should be returned the following week.

Cognitive: Critical thinking, organization, problem solving skills, understanding cause and effect.

Motor Skills: Writing, cutting, crafts, team sports, dancing and physical activity.

Social & Emotional Development: Group participation, ability to understand other emotions.

Language/Literacy & Math: Pre-reading, identifying quantities, increased vocabulary, spatial sense, science experimenting, increased understanding of stories.

Creativity: Creative story-telling, dancing, music & singing, drawing & coloring.

Children of all ages will have fun in a safe, nurturing environment with many seasonal toys and activities. Our staff uses their creativity to create a relaxed and fun-filled summer consisting of outdoor learning experiences, field trips, special fun days, exciting themes, and summertime arts and crafts. Our daily summer camp activities include free play, arts and crafts, music and movement, story time, snack making, and lots of outdoor games and water play toys.


Your child will:

  • Build social skills in group activities.
  • Build motor skills with physical team sports.
  • Work with others and explore new concepts.
  • Be able to express themselves creatively.
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