Idaho Falls’ Premier Day Care Center with Preschool, Pre-Kindergten and Kindergarten
543 N. Ridge Ave.
Idaho Falls, Id 83402
Open Early for Site Workers
5:20 am-6:30 pm
Infants, Toddlers, Pre-school, Pre-kindergarten, Full Day Kindergarten, Before and After School with busing and activities
The directors and staff of Little People’s Academy Day Care Center are dedicated to PROMOTING the positive self-esteem of each child, providing the highest quality of academics, encouraging the delight of childhood and friendship while nurturing the irreplaceable love of the working parent.
Welcome To Our PROGRAM
Thank you for choosing Little People’s Academy Day Care Center.
We look forward to the opportunity of working with and caring for your child.
We strive to support and meet the needs of each family.
Owner Trudy Potter
Director SuZann Lund
Director Laurie Barnes
What People Are Saying About Us
“My daughter has been at Little People’s since she was 3 mo. I wouldn’t take her anywhere else. A. Meda
We love Little People’s because they love my son during the day when I can’t! Great variety of activities as well. B. Sulik
My daughter loves it! She’s already a smart kid, so it’s great to see her learn new things. X Aroch
The directors and staff of Little People’s Academy Day Care Center are dedicated to PROMOTING the positive self-esteem of each child, providing the highest quality of academics, encouraging the delight of childhood and friendship while nurturing the irreplaceable love of the working parents.
Our Center Philosophy
The PROGRAMS at Little People’s Academy Day Care Center are structured from a base of POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT.
We strongly believe in developing the self-worth of each child by acknowledging every effort. We will prepare your child to excel and love the process of learning. We believe that it is never too early to begin to learn. The moment a child realizes he is able to use what has been taught, the world opens to him and his opportunities are endless.
The management and teachers at Little People’s Academy Day Care Center acknowledge the importance of their roles in the lives of the children that attend our facility. Good social skills and generally acceptable behaviors are taught and reinforced each day. We practice the concept of self-discipline – the child knows what is expected of him, and understands the consequences of his actions. The teachers we HIRE have a special interest in children. Although we are unable to replace the love and attention of a parent, we strive to create a loving, friendly, and fun atmosphere that your child can count on. We believe in the uniqueness and value of each child, parent, and staff member. We encourage children to develop relationships with their peers and teachers, to respect others, and to be kind and considerate. Children learn from each other. We observe this sharing of ideas and channel it into positive thoughts and actions. When this interaction between your child and their teacher takes place on a consistent basis, a special bond will form.
We have an open door policy that allows parents’ access to their child and to staff and management. We encourage parents to visit and PARTICIPATE in their child’s special activities, such as field trips and VIP week; however, prolonged and frequent visits are disruptive to the children and staff. We reserve the right to limit the amount and duration of visits at any time. Your interest in your child’s academic and social experiences at Little People’s Academy can be a great motivator for learning. Let your child see that you are working together with us to help make their time at Little People’s Academy a good experience in every way.
- To provide a loving, nurturing environment where each child’s independence is encouraged and where they can learn to express themselves.
- To provide an atmosphere where self-discipline is gained in an environment where the child knows the limits and expectations and learns respect for others.
- To develop in each child a high self-esteem, an “I Can’ attitude and to develop an enthusiasm for learning.
- To provide a safe and healthy environment for each child.
- To encourage large motor skills development through play and physical FITNESS. To encourage social development through play.
- To be supportive of parents. To establish and maintain good communication with them on a daily basis.
To provide children the best academic preschool, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten preparing them for success in school.
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