Children's Learning Adventure - One Loudoun

Children’s Learning Adventure® offers the highest quality infant, preschool and afterschool programs for children ages 6 weeks through 12 years.

Children’s Learning Adventure offers the highest-quality infant, preschool and after school programs for children ages 6 weeks through 12 years. Our high-quality programs utilize brain-based curriculums with specialized learning areas. Our facilities contain amazing indoor amenities and expansive outdoor playgrounds. Transportation to and from local elementary schools is provided.

Our Hooray for Hollywood Summer Camp is just getting started! Our STEAM based Summer program still has limited spaces available, call us at 877-233-6103 for more information!

Courage is the ability to act bravely even when you are scared. Often it is difficult for children to do what is right, if it is difficult or new. Courage can mean facing new experiences, but it also can mean standing up for beliefs and making hard decisions on the basis of evidence rather than on what is the easy or the popular thing to do. Children are often egocentric and respond on emotion based on an immediate situation. Praising children for having courage when something is new or difficult will build a child’s self-esteem, as well as prepare them for difficult situations as they mature and grow. This month children will read books, problem solve courage-based scenarios, as well as participate in group discussions to learn more about the character trait of courage.

Please come join us for our Donuts with Dad event this month. You can contact us for specific dates and times, we look forward to seeing all of you!

Our students love exploring and are encouraged to grow and experience new opportunities in a fun learning environment!

June is the month of Water, Water Everywhere!
Water, water everywhere provides experiences for children to investigate the concepts of the ocean, lakes, rivers, ponds, and the beach through reading literature, as well as hands-on activities in math and science. The activities encourage growth and development in cooperation and provide understanding of the importance of water in our environments, community, and classroom. Children learn through play and construction; learning best with meaningful hands-on activities and social interactions. Children are encouraged to be involved in the activities and share their knowledge of the theme. June is a month to celebrate summer and all the exciting experiences associated with this time of the year.

Summer is here and we're ready to have some fun! Come join us at our "Hooray for Hollywood" summer camp. Find more information here:

Our fun and exciting “Hooray for Hollywood” summer camp begins in just a few days... many of our age groups are nearing a waitlist, don't let your child miss out on the fun this summer!

We look forward to seeing you all at our open house! Find more information here:

Summer camp is just days away and we're getting excited! There's still time to sign up, find more information here: or give us a call at (877)796-3273

It is important to set rules and procedures for children as well as set a good example both in the school environment and at home. Educating children about how to handle an experience enables them child to make sound choices when confronted with something they are not sure of. A child who learns to recognize limits now is more likely to follow safety rules later.

Safety Tips:
• Make sure children know essential information: full name, parent’s name,
address, phone numbers
• Never go anywhere with someone you do not know.
• It’s OK to say “no” to adults.
• If you are lost or in danger, call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest security area/front
• Be as loud as possible in you are in danger.
• Ask permission before leaving an area or accepting gifts or food from non-
family members.

The goal should be to teach children a little at a time, over time, and to make personal safety a natural part of their everyday life. Today there are proven personal safety strategies for every age and stage, and effective teaching techniques that can help parents and teachers build effective communication and boost children’s self-esteem.

As children learn about the concept of community, they will be involved in creating a classroom ‘Pride Quilt’. This is a month-long project, in which children will bring a picture of their families from home. They will then share information about their families with the rest of the classroom. This activity was designed to help the children learn to celebrate diversity within the classroom community.

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! We are very thankful for all our amazing teachers. They help create a fun and safe learning environment for our kids and bring a positive attitude to work with them every day. We are so grateful for their hard work and dedication. Thanks for everything you do, Teachers. We appreciate you!

Children will participate in learning activities focused on the character concept of patience. Learning self-control and patience will help your child to become independent and successful later in life. Learning to wait and self-control are two foundational school readiness skills.

Learning to wait and to take turns are important elements of learning patience. Try these skill-building strategies:
• Model patience. Children are always learning from the adults around them,
so be aware of the words and body language you use when you have to
wait for something.
• Use reflective listening. Children don’t have the words to express
what they’re feeling, but you can help verbalize those emotions. By
acknowledging a child’s struggle, he/she will understand the expectations.
• Keep expectations reasonable. Be realistic about children’s abilities and set
reasonable expectations based on age.
• Develop strategies for waiting. When you must wait, help your child figure
out what they can do to pass the time. Say, “What can we do while we’re
waiting? Should we sing songs, play a word game, or engage in

Summer camp is almost here! Reserve your spot today:

The month of May is all about weather, sky, and flying objects. Electricity and energy will be introduced and studied while investigating the natural occurrences of both in our environment. Children will learn about themselves, practice patience, and be encouraged to build their own individual self-esteem with their peers. May is a wonderful month to build on concepts of print and phonemic awareness by implementing the reading techniques of before, during, after. Challenge the children to problem solve, question, and use prediction with each story. At the conclusion of every reading, probe for understanding, and the learning that occurred for the children. Comprehension is vital for children’s academic success. Important discussions on saving energy and pollution solutions will enlighten the children, encourage them to be active in their own environment, and inspire them to be role models for family and friends.

Come join us for our open house! We look forward to seeing you there. Find more information here:

Children learn an enormous amount of information in the early years, and sometimes, we need to slow down and focus on what is essential, being polite. Politeness can and will improve children’s relationships with others, help build respect and rapport, boost self-esteem and confidence, and improve their communication skills. Being polite is as simple as saying please, thank you, and excuse me. Being polite and using common sense manners, make others feel appreciated.

Children learn to respect and care for the Earth by learning the importance of preserving our planet’s resources. Teaching children a few simple habits will help them to grow up preserving the environment through their daily activities. Children will learn to care for the Earth in the following ways:
• Planting in the garden, discussing how plants help the Earth to be healthy
• Reusing and recycling
• Conserving water
• Turning off the lights
• Not littering

Children explore the concept of humor and how to use it to be socially and emotionally successful.
Humor is what makes something funny; a sense of humor is the ability to recognize it. A good sense of humor is a tool that can help children be socially successful in the following ways:
• Seeing things from many perspectives
• Being spontaneous
• Developing critical thinking skills by understanding situations beyond the surface of things
• Enjoying and participating in the playful aspects of life
• Not taking themselves too seriously

Summer camp is quickly approaching and spots are filling up fast! Theres still time to register, give us a call at 877-797-1417 and reserve your spot today!

April is the month of Creepy Crawlies!
April brings fun filled activities surrounding children’s most intriguing and interesting friends—insects! The enthusiasm displayed when a child spots a bug is refreshing. This month, children will have many opportunities to understand the life cycle of bugs, how they impact our environments, and why insects are important in many different aspects. April is also the month we celebrate Earth Day. Understanding how Earth Day became and what it means for our community will be a focus throughout the month.

We’re rolling out the red carpet for your child at our "Hooray for Hollywood" summer camp, find out why this year's summer camp is the place to be! See more information here: or call us at call us at 877-796-3273!

Our “Hooray for Hollywood” summer camp is going to be our best summer camp yet! Don’t just take our word for it, hear it from Children’s Learning Adventure's real stars! We look forward to watching our campers create more memories this year. To learn more about our “Hooray for Hollywood” summer camp, call us at 877-796-3273.

Give us a call to find out how our flexible scheduling options can work for you and your family this summer! (877) 797-1417

Manners and etiquette for your child is ranked as a highly important quality to nurture. Good manners are essential for every child’s self-confidence and success in life. Practicing and modeling manners is an important part of the learning process for children.

This month children learn a great deal about the many helpers and service workers in our community. Using various literature selections, your child will make connections with the text by making the information relevant to their world. When was the last time they saw a firefighter? What was he/she doing? What days does the garbage collector come and why is his/her job so important? Children will learn how service workers help the community. Your child will develop an appreciation for the important work that service workers do; by writing thank you letters with the class and brainstorming ways that they can help the community as well.

Don't forget come join us on tomorrow at 5:30 for our Pre-Kindergarten Information Session to take a look at our 2019-2020 goals and learn more about our high-quality Pre-Kindergarten program!

There's still time to RSVP here:

Here's a behind the scenes look at what we have planned for weeks 3-6 of our "Hooray for Hollywood" summer camp. Campers will experience their most entertaining summer camp yet, packed with fun curriculum and interactive STEAM-based activities!

Forgiveness means letting go of hard or hurt feelings like anger, sadness, or frustration that happen when someone else makes a mistake. Saying, “That’s okay,” when someone apologizes and not staying upset about what they did is often difficult for children. Learning patience with others and recognizing that no one is perfect—everyone makes mistakes.

Ultimately, we want children to understand that forgiveness is letting go of hurt feelings and moving ahead. Forgiveness is an important coping skill for children.

This month, children will participate in activities and discussion to help teach this important life skill.

March is the month of Tropical Adventures!
During the month of March, your child will experience a tropical adventure into the rainforest and the jungle. Children learn about different animals and plants, as well as the weather and climate in the rainforest and jungle. In math, they will work on mathematical operations such as adding and subtracting, counting skills, patterning, and measurement. In science, children will learn about plant ecology, while investigating plants, moisture, and soil.

[02/28/19]   Attention Families!

To ensure the safety of our staff and families due to the weather conditions in the area, we may be opening late tomorrow. We will keep you up-to-date with any closures or scheduling changes. Thank you!

ATTENTION PARENTS: Advanced Pre-K/ Navigator Information Session will be rescheduled for Thursday, March 14th.

We thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you.

Join us in creating amazing summer memories at our “Hooray for Hollywood” Summer Camp! This year’s camp offers a specialized STEAM-based curriculum centered around all things Hollywood and movie magic! Make sure to reserve your child’s spot today! Call us at: 877-797-1417

[02/20/19]   Hello,
To ensure the safety of our staff and families due to the weather conditions in the area, we are closing our center at 12:00 today and will remain closed for the rest of the day. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.

Come join us at our open house this weekend! Find out more information here:

This month’s life skill focuses around children making healthy food choices to ensure healthy bodies and minds. Adopting healthy eating habits protects children from developing chronic diseases later in life.

Come join us on March 7th at 5:30 for a Pre-Kindergarten Information Session where you can learn more about the components of our high-quality Pre-Kindergarten program and get a closer look at our 2019-2020 goals!

RSVP here:

In February, our children will demonstrate friendship by creating Valentine’s themed goodie bags for a local senior center. This community connection seeks to help children develop friendships.

This month’s character development traits are compassion and empathy. The ability to understand other’s feelings and be responsive is an important life skill.

Our new toddler curriculum shapes the foundation for your child’s successful academic career by providing learning opportunities that will prepare them for preschool, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and beyond! Learn more about the toddler curriculum here:

Join us for our Kindergarten/Advanced Pre-K Information Session for the 2019-2020 School Year 👉

Our Kindergarten curriculum is based on an integrated approach to learning. This approach encourages students to discover, process, and refine academic content in a relevant context.

Our national and state aligned standards-based curriculum promotes independent learning and creating a real-world connection. Students can transfer learned knowledge across all content areas while discovering connections and preparing them for academic success.

One Loudoun Families: Due to the weather the center will be closing today at 5pm and re-opening tomorrow at 8 am.

Thank you and stay safe.

Spring Break Camp is officially here!!

From STEAM-based experiments to yummy snacks, this week proves to be a week of wacky combinations and unbelievable solutions!

Campers will learn, explore, and engage in exciting hands-on projects and innovative activities in a safe and fun learning environment.

Find out more and register here 👉

[01/14/19]   Attention Families:
We will be closing early today at 5:00 pm, due to weather conditions. Please stay safe! We apologize for this inconvenience, thank you!

Join us for a sneak peek at our most entertaining summer camp yet and give your child the spring break of a lifetime at our Hooray for Hollywood Spring Break Camp! Our creative and curious campers can expect a week full of exploration and adventure. Reserve a spot today:

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