Curriculum

Topics related to Kiddie Academy’s proprietary Life Essentials curriculum. Age appropriate curriculum and activities for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school-aged children.

Kiddie Academy students examining a butterfly
We Are Unique
03/11/2020

When you look at snowflakes up close, it’s amazing to see just how intricate and beautiful these tiny little ice crystals are. Every snowflake crystal has six sides, but otherwise every one of them is different. Of all the millions, billions, trillions and gazillions of snowflakes that fall, each flake…

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Kiddie Academy students playing together
We Get Along
02/10/2020

English: Together Spanish: Juntos (HUN-tos) American Sign Language: Curl fingers into fists, holding thumbs in the air. Touch fingers together and move in a circle in front of your body. When you open a box of crayons you see a lot of items inside that are kind of alike. They’re…

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Kiddie Academy Old-Tech
Low-Tech STEM Activity: What the Heck Is That?
02/05/2020

It’s amazing how fast technology advances. Devices that were state of the art not that long ago wind up in the junk closet before you know it. We recently dropped by Kiddie Academy of Abingdon in Maryland with several items that were once high-tech must haves and asked the 5-year-olds…

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Kiddie Academy food drive
We Are Kind
01/02/2020

We Are Kind is our December Character EssentialsSM curriculum theme. But at Kiddie Academy® Educational Child Care, kindness isn’t limited to just one month out of the year. Character education, in general, is a year-round priority. We believe that focusing on values like kindness, empathy, patience, pride and other traits…

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We Are Thankful
11/26/2019

Thanksgiving is a time for us to express gratitude for what we value in our lives. Family, friends, health, home, food and on and on. All month Kiddie Academy students have been learning about the Character EssentialsSM theme, “We Are Thankful.” “We help children recognize and appreciate the many things…

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