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.
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: http://fal.cn/rLNF
[01/13/19] 🚨 Attention Families: Due to snowfall in the area, we will be opening our doors later at 9:00am Monday to ensure the safety of staff and families. We apologize for this inconvenience. Thank you and stay safe.
Is your preschooler ready for Kindergarten?
Multiple learning environments ensures daily exposure to STEAM-based learning, which uses a hands-on, systematic approach to teach science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics while developing both problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
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This month we will be reinforcing the social skill of taking turns. Students are not born knowing how to take turns, it is a skill that they learn. Taking turns can be hard, to obtain this skill students will participate in role playing activities, read books about turn taking, and practice turn taking through everyday interactions with adults and peers.
Children’s Learning Adventure® will be collecting gently used and new books! Students are encouraged to bring in books and help decorate boxes to be placed outside of classroom doors in which books may be collected. Donations will be presented to a local women and children’s shelter.
This month is dedicated to learning all about transportation and things that go. We are excited to give our families the chance to get creative and learn more about transportation by hosting our Annual Box Car Show!
Please contact us for specific dates and times. We look forward to seeing all of your box car creations!
This month we will be teaching students about the critical value of respect - and in doing so, we’ll be imparting crucial lessons in kindness, consideration, honesty, open-mindedness, and gratitude.
During the month of January, we will learn about transportation. This will take the children to new environments and on exciting journeys! As the children learn about graphing and comparing machines from various modes of transportation, they are also strengthening their math skills. They practice mathematical operations in sorting, patterning, and measuring. They will also learn how this applies to the science exploration of machines. Children are also presented with great opportunities to construct, create, and discover!
Come join us for an entertaining, engaging, interactive adventure including exciting and dynamic activities about the virtual world and the real world! You won't want to miss out on this fun winter camp experience, sign up while there's still time! http://fal.cn/rsUc
Children will work on self-help skills such as buttoning, zipping, and tying. These skills are necessary for children as they prepare for kindergarten, where they will be expected to be very independent. Practicing these self-help skills will also help children with their dressing skills. Children will also develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination as they practice these actions.
This month’s character focus is on caring and providing the connection to real world opportunities for children by considering how animals need to be cared for. Children will participate in showing the act of caring for others by collecting and donating change for animals in need. The needs of animals that are in shelters and adoption centers will be discussed and explored. Students will create posters to identify the needs of the animals in these centers and to rally support for the drive. Each week students will count and graph the progress of their classrooms.
Come join us at our open house this weekend! Find out more information here: http://info.childrenslearningadventure.com/dec-open-house
This month, children will be talking about how to show acts of caring. Children can learn how to be caring by practicing this every day throughout the year. Developing an understanding that other people have different perspectives is the first step to learning how to be empathetic. When children can think of others and how they have different needs and challenges, it will lead to them having empathy. Empathy is a powerful motivator that often leads to caring acts.
Our Before and After School Program provides an active school environment for students before and after a long day at school. Our classrooms are specially designed with a school age child in mind. Although our program is structured, students have time to spend with their friends.
Holiday camp programs for school age students keep campers active and engaged during school breaks. Each camper is exposed to a variety of activities that present opportunities for personal development. STEAM activities incorporate learning opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics.
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During the month of December, we will celebrate Neighbors Around the World and learn about animals from the forest, the arctic, and the desert regions. As children learn an appreciation of all cultures, they also learn about caring for those in our schools and communities. Mathematical operations are introduced in everyday activities, including simple addition and subtraction. Taking the math learning home by incorporating discussions about first, second, and third helps support the mathematical concepts implemented this month. Additional learning in self-help skills will focus on independence with buttoning, tying, and zipping.
Happy Thanksgiving from our team at CLA. We are so thankful for all of our amazing families and hope you enjoy this day together!
Check out the little 🦃's around campus. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Attention Campers! We're hosting a week full of madness, mayhem, and fun this Thanksgiving Break. Come join us and learn how to create crazy concoctions, explore, and engage in exciting hands-on projects and activities in a safe and fun learning environment! Learn more about our Thanksgiving Break Camp here: http://fal.cn/SHmC
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Come join us at our open house this weekend! Find out more information here: http://info.childrenslearningadventure.com/nov-open-house
During mealtimes, teachers review and encourage good manners such as saying “please” and “thank you.” Discussions will include how to place a napkin on the lap and how to politely ask for things at the table. Children practice waiting their turn for something and learn the importance of listening when others are talking. The best way to teach manners is to be an example and follow the same routine daily. Teachers use literature as a way to introduce the topic of manners.
Come join us this Thanksgiving break for a week full of mixtures, madness, and mayhem, while we create crazy concoctions together!
Campers will learn, explore, and engage in exciting hands-on projects and innovative activities in a safe and fun learning environment. We look forward to discovering new ways of thinking and new creations together! Find more information here: http://fal.cn/SfcA
This month, children have an opportunity to explore and demonstrate the character development skill of the month, caring. Families are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items to be donated to a local food bank. Children will collect, sort, and track donated items throughout the month.
🦃We invite you to join us for this month's Family Connections event - Thanksgiving Feast!
Check with your local center for specific dates and times. We look forward to seeing you all!
This month, we introduce the concepts of friendship and loyalty. We reinforce that children can be friends with others who are different from them. Good friends come in all shapes, sizes, and colors and always use kind words and actions. We will read books that show characters being good friends and discuss the characteristics of the good friends. Teaching loyalty by doing things as a class will give children the opportunity to demonstrate support for each other. We help students identify when they are being a good friend and the actions they can take to be a better friend. Praise for helping each other and showing kindness promotes learning and practicing friendship and loyalty!
November is all about City and Farm!
The focus on friends, friendship, and loyalty are an integral component of learning for the month of November. Children will learn about the city and the farm while using comparing and contrasting skills, working together in group activities, and experiencing different types of pets and farm animals. For some children, the concept of the farm is unknown. Through the varied activities, children will develop a full understanding of both city and farm, in addition to learning new vocabulary. Literacy activities continue to provide base knowledge of early reading skills: how to handle a book, how to isolate sounds at the beginning and end words, and the purpose of punctuation. Measurement, counting, and patterning are incorporated into traditional farm chores and big city adventures. Throughout all the new learning opportunities, children will practice manners in daily interactions and role play.
Come join us this winter break for an adventurous week of creation and design! Experience the exciting dynamic of adventure in the virtual world and the real world through science, technology, engineering, as well as, design-thinking, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills! Ages 5-12, click here to reserve your child’s spot today! http://fal.cn/SoJw
We look forward to seeing everyone at our open house this weekend. Come join us! Find out more information here: http://fal.cn/StPk
This month children will learn about community safety, while exploring vehicle and street safety, fire and home safety, as well as personal safety and stranger danger. Children will discuss ways to stay safe.
• Recognizing important environmental print like stop signs and crosswalk signals.
• Learning immediate family member’s first and last names, address, and phone number.
• Identifying safe and unsafe strangers.
• What to do in case of a fire (stop, drop, and roll) and discussing a home fire plan with family.
• How to stay safe at home by avoiding dangerous chemicals, staying away from stovetops, and never climbing on furniture.
• When and how to dial 9-1-1.
This month, children are encouraged and empowered to make a difference in their world! This can include being involved in a ‘feel good’ activity to show human kindness to those in need, spending time with an aging grandparent or neighbor, or simply giving a friendly smile to cheer someone up. Making a difference doesn’t have to involve a grand act. Children look to teachers, role models, and significant adults in their lives to provide direction and guidance on how to make a difference in their world.
National Make A Difference Day is an annual community service event which is held on the fourth Saturday in October. It has helped to encourage thousands of people across the nation to start making a difference in themselves and in the world. The ways to celebrate Make a Difference Day are limited only by your imagination and your willingness to contribute time and efforts to changing the world around you.
This month we will introduce the concept of responsibility. Model responsibility this month by doing the following:
• Review rules and discuss what responsible behavior looks like. When rules are broken, express the disappointment, but give assurance that they can and will do better.
• If age appropriate, review or delegate assignments or chores. When assignments or chores are assigned, children know what actions and duties they are responsible for. Following up each day will ensure they are following through with their responsibilities.
• Create a responsible community by encouraging children to help each other clean up and by giving them scenarios where one person in a group doesn’t do what they are supposed to do. How does that affect the group? Everyone is responsible for their part of an assignment.
• Encourage children to take responsibility for their mistakes instead of making excuses or blaming others. Instead of saying, “It broke” or “She did it too,” they should make statements like “I broke it. How can I fix it?” or “I did it. I won’t do it again.”
October is all about Safety and Community!
It is important for children to know their surroundings to create a level of security and safety; which in turn establishes an environment where learning can flourish. Children will learn about their community, the people in their community that provide valuable services for families and children, and how responsibility plays a role in everyday decisions and activities. Changes are happening in the community as the season changes, and people prepare for fall. Changes are explored in science with investigation of the states of matter: liquids, solids, and gases. Comparing, patterning, and measuring provide great opportunities for children to learn geometry skills and knowledge of mathematical operations. The focus will be on how to care for our community through recycling. This discussion and activity will contribute to children’s understanding of good citizenship. Learning about reuse, reduce, and recycle encourages children to look into the future and be aware of the impact they have on our environment.
September Everyday Learning
Back to school time is notorious for spreading fall colds and illnesses. It is important to set good handwashing habits from the beginning of the school year to ensure healthy classrooms.
Care Packages for Military Friends Overseas
Children take time this month to honor and share their gratitude for the service of the military across the world. Special notes will be designed for our military friends communicating our gratitude and kindness to those that are away from family and friends, providing a noble service for our country. The notes of appreciation will be gathered and sent to a mailing distribution for service members in various military overseas.
Come join us at our open house this weekend! Find out more information here: http://fal.cn/VWGJ
Honesty and Integrity
Children ages three through five are learning to grasp the line between reality and fantasy. Telling a fib or tall tale is not an unusual way to explore this boundary at this age. Children at this age do not often understand the difference between what is real and what is a story. Below are suggestions to provide opportunities to learn about honesty and integrity:
-When reading a story to children, help them identify if the story is real or made up.
-Do not overreact to truths. Instead, help children understand the facts of the situation. Describe what you are seeing.
-Read books about honesty.
-Do not shame, punish, or humiliate children. Instead, use problem-solving approach to find the problem.
-Show children the value of honesty.
September is the month of Amazing ME!
Children will be honored and celebrated during our “Amazing ME!” curriculum this month. Children who develop a strong bond with adults and caregivers feel a sense of security and comfort in knowing what to expect in their classroom environment.
Interactive activities using the five senses create a perfect environment for learning, brain development, and meaningful experiences for children each day. Children learn about honesty and integrity through stories, activities, and real-life discussions. In addition to the children’s emotional selves, they will practice personal care and keeping their bodies happy and healthy. Children learn best by doing– moving, touching, tasting, feeling, and seeing. This month, children experience hands-on activities to better understand themselves and their own unique abilities.
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