We are excited to welcome you to the KFA family! Call today for the details on our 2016 enrollment saings. You can save up to $100 on your third week! Savings is based on attendance days and classroom assignment.Read more
We are pleased to announce a new affiliate service called Kids 1st Sitting Service. Kids 1st Sitting is an at-home baby, infant and child nanny service and sitting service serving Cincinnati, Anderson and Eastgate in Clermont and Hamilton County, Ohio.Read more
KFA special events include theme parties, parents night out, play performances, holiday concerts and more! Our calendar is brimming with special guests and events.Read more
Refer a family to Kids 1st Academy and save BIG! For each family you refer, you can receive 50% one week per month for six months!Read more
Zach’s teacher has done a fantastic job with him. He has had issues in the past with certain teachers, and has had a lot of anxiety/separation issues, but that has all changed now. He is extremely comfortable with Jenna. He actually enjoys going to school. S.B.
My family and I love Kids First Academy they are always so good to my son. He always has a good time and I’m impressed with the stuff he learns daily. The teachers are always really sweet and knowledgeable about the curriculum they teach. M.S.
Choosing a daycare is never easy. You must decide what you can afford, which daycare center best meets your needs, where your child fits in best, where the center is located, and more. This decision can be difficult when you work more than 15 minutes from your home, because now you have to decide whether to choose a daycare near your home or nearLearn more
The typical parent desires to raise their children up into well-rounded adults who contribute to society. No parent wants their child to grow up and lack self-control due to their inability to respect limits in life. Self-discipline is, therefore, a key trait that any responsible parent ought to inculcate in their children. But how exactly do you, as a parent, go about this well? TheLearn more
Babies are born with barely enough control of their muscles to suck, and spend most of their childhood developing control over their muscles, also known as motor skills. People can learn new motor skills at any time of their lives, but young children learn more quickly and easily than they will learn later. Motor skills are divided into the categories gross and fine. Gross motorLearn more