Children's Learning Adventure

Children's Learning Adventure offers the highest quality infant, preschool & after school programs for your children. Locations in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Nevada, Oklahoma, & Texas!


A Closer Look at Our Nature's Nook

Nature's Nook Children's Learning Adventure At Children’s Learning Adventure, we firmly believe that learning is an exciting, lifelong journey and that children learn best when interacting with the world around them. When you enroll your child in one of our child care or preschool programs, he or she will have access to specialty classrooms, including our Nature’s Nook. Nature’s Nook is an outdoor classroom that provides children with the opportunity for hands-on learning activities.

Our child care experts teach our students how to care for a garden and take pride in watching it grow. Younger children can use gardening activities to develop their vocabularies because gardening allows them to associate words with concrete objects. Older children also learn through outdoor activities; they improve their math, language arts, science, and social skills. Furthermore, our Nature’s Nook helps children of all ages develop a sense of responsibility and learn to become good stewards of nature.

The child care centers of Children’s Learning Adventure have inspired countless children to love learning! You can contact CLA in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Nevada, Oklahoma, or Texas by calling (888) 674-1487.

Kids' Safety At School and At Home [INFOGRAPHIC]

Being a parent can be both a rewarding and challenging job. Perhaps the most important job you have as a parent is to keep your child safe in your care and when he or she is attending prekindergarten. At Children’s Learning Adventure, safety and security are paramount, with secure entrances and recorded logs of everyone who enters the building. You can rest assured that your child will be kept as safe as possible while at day care. It’s a good idea to educate your children on how to stay safe at home as well, from not divulging personal information on the internet to staying away from matches and lighters. Check out this infographic to learn more about kids’ safety at school and at home. Please share with your family and fellow parents.

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The Benefits of Art Education for Preschoolers

You may already know that preschool gives your child the opportunity to develop crucial pre-literacy and pre-math skills. But did you know that choosing a child care or preschool program with art education is equally important? Art education helps children develop cognitive abilities by encouraging their problem solving skills, critical thinking skills, and decision making skills. Art also plays an important role in a child’s socio-emotional development.

You can hear more about art education for your preschooler by watching this brief video. You’ll see a class of preschoolers explore Native American culture by playing the drums, making traditional masks, and doing performance art pieces.

Children’s Learning Adventure features a dedicated and fully equipped art studio to allow children at our child care centers to grow in self-confidence and develop important skills. For more information about our approach to child care, call CLA in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Nevada, Oklahoma, or Texas at (888) 674-1487.

Preparing Your Toddler to Transition to Preschool

A large body of research supports the idea that preschool is essential for every child. When children transition from a child care program to a preschool, they begin to develop school readiness skills, such as social skills and pre-literacy skills. Although many children are a little anxious about starting preschool, these first-day jitters quickly go away when they realize just how much fun preschool can be.

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For children, venturing into the unknown can be stressful. You can help your child become familiar with the idea of preschool by visiting your local library. Ask your child to help you select some picture books about the first day of school. Read them together and give your child plenty of time to look at the pictures. Use these books as a springboard to discuss what a typical classroom looks like and what might happen during the day.

Enjoy Pretend Play
Once your child has a general idea of what to expect from preschool, consider inviting him or her to engage in some pretend play with you. Let your child pretend to be the teacher while you pretend to be a student—and then vice versa. During pretend play, you and your child can explore common situations such as saying goodbye to the parent, listening during story time, and playing outside.

Encourage Self-Help Skills
During the toddler years, children typically have an increasing desire to exercise independence, yet they still need some help to figure out how to do it. You can support your child’s development by encouraging him or her to do certain things for him- or herself. For example, have your child hang up his or her coat, just as he or she would upon entering the preschool classroom.

When you enroll your toddler in a preschool program at Children’s Learning Adventure, he or she will start each day ready and excited to learn! Our preschool teachers make learning fun by engaging children in a spectrum of interactive learning activities. To find out more about our daycare centers, infant care, and preschool programs, you can call (888) 674-1487. CLA has locations in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Nevada, Oklahoma, and Texas.

How Attending After School Programs Boosts Your Child's Learning

Did you know that enrolling your child in after school programs can help support his or her academic progress? After school programs have been linked to improved school attendance, higher graduation rates, and active engagement in the classroom. Students attending these programs at child care centers are introduced to new skills and topics of interest, which fuels their desire to learn more.

You can hear more about the many benefits of after school programs by watching this video. It explores a case study of a community center in New York City that offers a comprehensive range of services for children, adolescents, and adults. At this center, community members can take computer training courses, participate in a dance class, or work on practical life skills.

Children’s Learning Adventure invites parents to explore our child care, preschool, and after school programs. Give us a call at (888) 674-1487 to find one of our convenient locations in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Nevada, Oklahoma, or Texas.

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