Grandparents Day – Free Downloadable

Grandparents Day – Free Downloadable

Grandparents are important to children in so many ways. If you’re lucky enough to have known your grandparents growing up, then you’re likely to agree they are the best. They ALWAYS have patience and are ready to play or offer treats.  Grandparents also have the best stories to tell, and kids are a great audience. […]

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Be Brave Little One…

Be Brave Little One…

Where did the time go? My youngest is starting full day childcare in a school environment this year. He’ll be introduced to structure, curriculum, group play, and music class – the whole nine yards. I’m so excited for him to start this new chapter, while simultaneously scared to death. As parents, we can only hope […]

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New Locations are Coming Soon!

New Locations are Coming Soon!

Kiddie Academy is coming to a community near you, for information regarding any of these locations please call or visit: Arnold, MD – 410.315.7552; kiddieacademy.com/arnold Lanham, MD - 240.241.4925 ; kiddieacademy.com/lanham Des Peres, MO – 314.394.2800; kiddieacademy.com/des-peres Asheville, NC – 828.309.0949; kiddieacademy.com/asheville Morrisville, NC – 919.590.5897; kiddieacademy.com/morrisville West Cary, NC- 919.592.3646; kiddieacademy.com/west-cary

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Kiddie Academy in the News!

Kiddie Academy in the News!

Take a look at some of the Kiddie Academy articles appearing in the news this summer!                

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The Best Source for Your Parenting Problems? Other Moms

The Best Source for Your Parenting Problems? Other Moms

Searching for the solution to your teething infants’ sore gums? Baffled by your toddler’s refusal to use the toilet? Wondering if it’s normal for your preschooler to change outfits several times a day? You just might find the answer to these and other parenting puzzlers by going straight to an expert source: other moms. If […]

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Kiddie Academy Franchisees Giving Back to the Community

Kiddie Academy Franchisees Giving Back to the Community

Kiddie Academy’s well-known saying is, ‘Community Begins Here.’ Just ask David Rudnick, franchise owner of Kiddie Academy of Stoughton. The academy was recently featured in the local news for getting involved in the community by hosting an event to benefit the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge and cancer research: http://bit.ly/1ujP6XB “This is our way of showing our support for […]

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Five Reasons to Explore Sensory Play

Five Reasons to Explore Sensory Play

Sensory play is a simple but important concept for teaching children about the world.  We all had our first experience tasting a sour lemon, or holding a cold ice cube.  These are examples of sensory play – using the five senses to investigate your surroundings. Here are five reasons to incorporate sensory play into your […]

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Teaching Pride to Shape Confident Kids!

Teaching Pride to Shape Confident Kids!

We know that special moments happen constantly with children; we see it with your kids every day right here at Kiddie Academy! Kids experience success in big and little ways, whether it’s learning to tie a shoe, spell their name or multiply numbers for the first time.  During the month of July, the Kiddie Academy […]

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The Barber

The Barber

When one thinks of a child’s first haircut (or any haircut for that matter), they often associate a professional environment with few tears, lots of laughs and maybe a lollipop or two to sweeten the deal. But how many parents have encountered the barbershop at home?  I’m talking about when the bonafide barber is your […]

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Just in time for Father’s Day

Just in time for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is around the corner and Kiddie Academy has the perfect gift for that special guy in your life! Whether you’re looking to save money, need a last minute gift idea or just want to tell Dad how much you appreciate him, Kiddie Academy has got you covered! We created a free downloadable coupon […]

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