Kiddie Kastle 
Learning Academy

Making a difference, one child at a time!

Our Curriculum

At Kiddie Kastle Learning Academy we believe it is important to involve our families in their child's education. The early years are the most critical and impressionable time in a child's life. It is important to ensure the experiences during this time have a positive lasting impression on both the child and family. Our programs are designed to promote creativity and learning with enthusiasm and encouragement. Our goal is to provide families and children with tools they need to make this time of their life memorable and meaningful. Below is a brief description of our curriculum:

Adventures in Learning for Preschool

Adventures in Learning is a comprehensive curriculum for children from three through five, has been developed and revised through contracts with the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education. The curriculum features 40 topics of study in nine focus areas. Each topic is introduced with familiar children’s books and has a strong language and literacy emphasis. 

Adventures for Toddlers

Adventures for Toddlers, a curriculum for children from eighteen to thirty-six months, was developed through a contract with the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education. Programs using the Adventures for Toddlers curriculum can easily transition into the Adventures in Learning curriculum for children from three to five. The curriculum features 30 toddler topics in eight focus areas. Each toddler topic is introduced with children’s books.

Baby Sign Language

We teach sign language as early as 6 months of age. As a little one begins to realize that sign language associations result in needs being met baby begins to form a deeper bond with the parent or caregiver as she or he satisfies those needs. This very important bond is particularly beautiful when the child's needs are addressed quickly reinforcing the value of communication. By providing your baby or toddler with a tool to identify objects and emotions even before they develop verbal skills your little one will be able to make connections and associations that will set the stage for better learning processes.