A Leader in Child Care
Kids 1st Academy provides quality childcare to the Amelia / Withamsville communities in Clermont County, Cincinnati OH. We are located at 756 Ohio Pike, ¾ of a mile East of I-275, conveniently located next to the Brandychase Apartments and across the street from Withamsville-Tobasco Elementary School.
Quality daycare from 6:30am to 6:30pm, Monday through Friday
Preschool and child care for three to five year olds, including critical Kindergarten preparation
Infant Care, from six weeks of age
Toddler Care, providing loving care and socialization for children 18 months to three years old
Before School & After School Care, including transportation, to Merwin Elementary, Withamsville Tobasco Elementary and Amelia Elementary in the West Clermont School District
School Age Summer Camp – fun, friends and field trips enrich summer months for school age kids
Our approach to education
We have a simple mission, to Prepare Children for the Future and we are proud to be serving the community since 1996. Our developmental learning center is for young children from six weeks to 12 years of age. We offer infant, toddler, preschool, and school age (kindergarten and above) part time and full time programs. Our caring staff provides a circle of support, encouragement and nurturing which makes Kids 1st Academy the next best place to home.
Kids 1st Academy uses a Comprehensive Learning Curriculum that is aligned with the State of Ohio’s Early Learning Standards. The program is based on the philosophy that children learn best through hands-on activities. The program reflects the belief that children need the balance of child-initiated and teacher facilitated activities each day.
In addition, our program incorporates the proper amount of e-learning and Internet based educational tools. Each classroom from 3 years of age and above has monitored access to computers.
For our Preschoolers, Kids First Academy’s curriculum goes beyond teaching traditional academic skillls and promotes the latest approaches in cognitive science. According to a recent article in the New York Times, “Many classes devote mere minutes a day to math instruction or no time at all, recent studies have found- far less than most children can handle.”
Ultimately, the program enhances the development of the whole child- social, physical, and cognitive and promotes a sense of self-awareness and self-confidence in your child.