We are excited to welcome you to the KFA family! Call today for the details on our 2018 enrollment savings.Read More
Our infant program is for children between the ages of six (6) weeks to eighteen (18) months. Each child has his/her own crib. 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
We focus on Fitness, Cognitive, Creative, Social and Emotional Development. We are your best option for your child’s education!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.
When it comes to transitioning from the infant to the toddler room at the daycare, it might come as a tough process for your child and might even be tough for you as a parent. This transition can be stressful due to your child now interacting with older children, how their nap times may end up being affected, and whether or not walking isLearn more
Raising children with a sense of gratitude can be challenging. In today’s permissive atmosphere, some children may seem greedy or pushy when they demand toys or special outings. This is normal from a developmental standpoint, but modeling habits of gratitude gives your child an important skill to draw on as they grow up. With our six easy tips, you can help your children beLearn more
Your 3-year-old is surely developing curiosity when it comes to pencil and paper. While he or she may not yet be ready to write out full words, getting started early is never a bad idea. In fact, research is finding as early as the age of two, children begin to recognize the distinction between drawing pictures and writing words. There are several activities thatLearn more