All About Kids Childcare & Learning Center (West Fork Rd)

Center in Cincinnati, OH 45247

All About Kids is committed to partnering with parents in the best interest of every child. Our number one goal is to provide each child with the tools that they will need to advance in education and to be prepared for the ever-changing world around them. Our facility is locally-owned and operated. Our goal at All about Kids West Fork is to add value to the community we serve by providing superior childcare in a state of the art facility at a fair price. We have located our facility in the most convenient place possible the heart of Monfort Heights a great place to raise a family. At All About Kids we are committed to our mission values and above all to our children.

Child Ages:
6 weeks - 12 years
Licenses & Accreditations:
Ohio Department of Job & Family Services - County Contract
This provider does not accept vouchers
Hours of Operation:
6:30 AM - 6:30 PM Monday - Friday

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All About Kids Childcare and Learning Centers curriculum is based on the idea that children learn best through play. Play is defined as behavior that is self-motivated, freely chosen, process oriented, and pleasurable. Play is valuable in a childs learning because it promotes initiative, individuality, and autonomous thinking. During play, the child is completely immerged, and is actively involved at all times.

At All About Kids, we believe in the Constructivist Theory which states that the emphasis of learning is placed on the learner rather than the teacher. It is the learner who interacts with objects and events, thus, gaining a further understanding of the features held by such objects or events. Even though the emphasis is placed on the learner rather than the teacher, the teacher still plays an important role in a childs development. There are many roles that a teacher can have in play. The teacher can be a stage manager, in which they provide props and time for children to play. The teacher is also a mediator by using their conflict resolution skills and problem solving skills. Next, the teacher can actually enter play to help the child engage themselves more if they feel they are not learning. Lastly, the teacher can be a communicator. In which, the teacher will observe the childs play habits and inform the parents of their learning and development.

Play is the main vehicle we will use to engage children in learning and develop their four main skills: social, emotional, cognitive, and physical. However, the children will participate in teacher facilitated activities such as circle time, music and movement, and group activities. We believe that with this curriculum your child will begin to develop a long and successful, well-rounded education.


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