Study to Show Learning Academy is licensed (L04DU0082) through the state of Florida as a family child care home and we provide quality childcare for children from ages 0 to 12 years, in a loving and safe environment where learning and play go hand-in-hand. We offer a wide range of fun activities designed to help your child learn and grow. We are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, we are conveniently nestled on the westside of Jacksonville, near NAS Jax and the Orange Park Mall. What makes Study to Show Learning Academy unique is the fact that we will customize a schedule to fit any needs from a single parent to full time working families.
Here at Study to Show Learning Academy we strive for excellence. Since becoming nationally accredited through NAFCC, we are also deemed a Gold Seal Quality Care Program through the state of Florida and we are 4 star rated through Guiding Stars of Duval. I have enlarged my family child care to a large family child care and I have an assistant. The teachers here are well educated from CDA's to Master's degrees and we have the enthusiasm, compassion, and qualifications to provide an engaging environment for your child. Every instructor is subjected to an extensive local and national background check, trained in early child care as well as certified in CPR and first aid.
Call Stephanie at 1-904-254-8937, now to schedule a tour, interview, and to enroll your child into Study to Show Learning Academy.
"Your never too young to learn to read."
1) Our environment is maintained in a "user friendly" setup; toys and materials are changed frequently.
2) Enough toys, especially of favorite items, are available for all children.
3) We offer a balance of active and quiet activities.
4) We set few limits and ensure limits are reasonable and age-appropriate.
5) We encourage children to use words instead of physical actions to express feelings and solve problems.
6) We use diversion or distraction to re-direct.
7) We ignore some behaviors not dangerous to children (so as to not reinforce).
8) We treat children with the same respect as adults.
9) To avoid reactive guidance, we have developmentally appropriate expectations for children's behavior and we communicate our expectations for behavior to the children, taking care to notice when someone is trying hard and listening.
10) We tell children in advance about their schedule for the day.
11) We model appropriate behaviors such as manners, compromise,
cooperation, respect, kindness & compassion.
12) We avoid power struggles with children – picking the more important "battles."
13) When we build self-esteem in children, they are more willing to cooperate. We build self-esteem by:
Slowing down a busy schedule, pay attention to simple moments Laugh and Play Go with the flow - children can lead and this is extremely fun! Do a manageable amount in a day