learning academy

Care Available for Infants, Ones, Twos, THrees, VPK and Afterschool
Open 7:00aM - 6:30PM

A Kids Gym Learning Academy offers your ‘little learner’ a wonderful introduction into the school environment in a half-day or full day program that is geared toward preparing your ‘little learner’ for the big wide world and kindergarten in a literature-rich day care environment filled with hands on activities, science, math, reading, writing and other age appropriate skills. 

A Kids Gym Learning Academy also contains a physical education curriculum which introduces ‘little learners’ to gymnastics and dance, this also teaches them the core skills needed for basic ball handling, skipping, jumping, kicking skills and MORE!

A Kids Gym Learning Academy is open Monday through Friday.
Available scheduling options include 2, 3, 4 or 5 days; ‘little learners’ are divided into certain age groups designed to meet your ‘little learner’ at their level of education and needs.



Designed for “little learners” who are 6 weeks to toddlers. At A Kids Gym Learning Academy, the classroom is set-up to provide infants with lots of tummy time and floor time. To promote a strong foundation for development, our caring teachers will introduce new songs, stories and interactions from our Buttercups Curriculum.



Our Toddler Program is designed for "little learners" who are age 1 and up. At A Kids Gym Learning Academy, the classroom is set-up to provide toddlers many opportunities for self-directed play to encourage and indulge their natural sense of curiosity.



Our Two Year-Old Program is designed for "little learners" who turn two on or before September 1. At A Kids Gym Learning Academy, our goal is to develop "little learners" with a love of learning and discovery through a whole-child approach.



Designed for "little learners" who turn three on or before September 1.The classroom schedule is set-up to enhance math skills, writing (fine motor) skills, creative play, music appreciation, sensory integration, and much more. We also strive to help "little learners" develop positive self-esteem and confidence.



Designed for "little learners" who turn 4 on or before September 1. Using the state Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten learning standards, our Links to Literacy, Handwriting Without Tears and Phonemic Awareness curriculums are designed to prepare your "little learner" for Kindergarten.



Our integrated activity approach will combine experiences in art, science, physical fitness, and gymnastics. Children will be greeted by a rich variety of projects each and every day. A Kids Gym pick up at Stenstrom, Evans, Lawton, Carrilon, Walker, Partin and Geneva Elementary Schools.

A variety of extended programs are available between the hours of 7:00 AM and 6:30 PM.

A registration fee of $50 is required to hold your "little learners” spot. 
A supply fee of $100 is paid in two payments of $50 each, due in September and January.
Registration and supply fees are paid annually, and could be subject to proration based on your ‘little learners’ date of enrollment.


Learning Philosophy

Learning primarily occurs over five domains: cognitive, physical, social, emotional, and sensory. When "little learners" develop skills in one domain, learning occurs in other domains as well. At A Kids Gym Learning Academy, we recognize the value of cross-dimensional learning and provide an atmosphere for this to happen naturally. The classroom schedule allows ample time for a variety of both teacher- and "little learner" -directed activities. Learning centers open the doors of learning, and allows each "little learner" to explore and play. Early literacy skills are enhanced through story-time and small teacher-directed activities. All curriculum follows the National Association for the Education of Young "little learners" guidelines of Developmentally Appropriate Practice. Your ‘little learner’s’ learning will be maximized as we provide a loving, supportive environment.


Curriculum Goals

Our goal is to inspire in each ‘little learner’ a lifelong love of learning. We strive to equip every ‘little learner’ with the social, emotional, physical and mental capacities they will need to become a successful student. Our curriculum focuses on whole-child learning, and is based on Developmentally Age Appropriate Activities built specifically for each ‘little learners’. Whole child learning incorporates all domains of learning into each activity, while we also incorporate access to their large gross motor skills development through our incorporated gymnastics component.


Security and safety

Children security is one our primary focuses.  There is one entry and exit point, where all guests will be checked-in and checked-out at our front desk.  Children will be permitted to leave the facility only with the adult who brought them, or with specific caregivers identified on a child’s database report that is accessed at check-out.  The front reception area and all emergency exits are video monitored and recorded. Thank you for understanding.


GUidance and DiScipline

We strongly believe that positive discipline begins well before a "little learner" ’s behavior ever exceeds acceptable limits. From the onset, age-appropriate behaviors are identified and clearly communicated. Teachers discuss sharing, taking turns, and appropriate play limits with each ‘little learner’ . It is essential that we maintain an environment that encourages "little learners" to explore, take risks, and make mistakes that are so vital in the learning process. To do this, a teacher’s priority becomes “catching a "little learner" doing something right,” and then praising that effort with smiles, hugs and attention. A teacher’s job also consists of identifying potential trouble spots and eliminating them. With proactive planning and communication on a daily basis, we try to instill a positive sense of responsibility and accountability in each "little learner" . Clear limits give "little learners" confidence, and allow them to successfully interact in the classroom environment. 

When inappropriate behavior does occur, it is important for a ‘little learner’ to know why that behavior is inappropriate. The teacher will immediately communicate to the child and redirect that behavior in a positive direction. These communications are handled respectfully and firmly, and are NEVER intended to embarrass or belittle a ‘little learner’ . Specific behaviors are identified as inappropriate, never the ‘little learner’ him/herself. This approach will affirm the value of each individual ‘little learner’. Time-away is used as a last resort, with emphasis on removing the ‘little learner’ from the situation and doing something else. A Kids Gym will NOT permit and will NOT use any abusive disciplinary actions including, but not limited to, spanking, grabbing, shaking, yelling, or embarrassing a "little learner’ . A Kids Gym reserves the right to discontinue enrollment, with or without notice, based on a ‘little learner’s’ behavior.