Providing an advantage at every stage
Children who graduate from Little Treehouse Academy begin their lives with a distinct advantage. It’s not only academic; they gain social, emotional and cognitive advantages, too. These are life skills that aid in creating well-rounded individuals.
Our focus on every facet of your little one prepares them well for kindergarten, elementary school and beyond. Years of child care experience with infants and young children, as well as knowledge of current research and learning methods, has led to the unique early learning programs we have created for your child.
Start your child out strong, not stressed out
Ours is a curriculum you can feel proud of—and good about too. Opportunities to learn present themselves in an uncommonly nurturing and fun way.
Early Learners (Infant Program, Ages 12-24 month)
A perfect balance of nurturing, playtime, and learning each day
Daily group activities that help boost your child's social skills
Regular teacher-family communication, including daily updates to keep you informed
Themed monthly units that provide a variety of daily experiences
Learning areas focused on dramatic play, mathematics, creative arts, language, and sensory exploration
Age-appropriate activities and materials that develop confidence, self-esteem, and a love of learning
Explorers - (Ages 2 - 3 years old)
Toddler are all about speed. They’re learning to walk, sing, talk and run all at once.
Children ages 24 month up to three years of age develop faster than almost any other age group, ad in their minds, the world is changing by the minute.
Little Treehouse Academy’s Toddler Program is designed to make the most of every one of their fast-paced milestones.
Discoverers - (Ages 3 - 4 year old)
Your child is now developing more socially, has real friendships and understands the causes of feelings. Physically they are much more coordinated in high energy activities such as running and climbing and may have progressed to riding a tricycle.
All children develop at different rates; however, in this age range there are some skills that are especially important for your child’s self-esteem and learning. For example, being able to speak clearly is important in order to be understood by others.
Adventurers- (Ages 4 - 5 year old)
Although it may seem like fun and games to preschoolers, the curriculum we follow is packed with educational elements. Games abound that teach pre-reading skills like phonemic awareness and letter and sound recognition; basic math concepts; and hands-on science exploration.
Mirroring the state curriculum standards, the pre-kindergarteners focus on reading, early writing, and basic math, foreign language, science, social studies, art, music and physical education round out the learning. One field trip per month are offered.