Active Bodies, Active Minds, Active Kids!
Active Louisville Kids provides a high quality, healthy, safe and fun learning environment for children. Our philosophy is that children learn through active exploration.
Children learn problem solving skills through a philosophy of guidance. Teachers model positive behavior and set good examples for the children to follow, while encouraging them to challenge themselves. The programs at Active Louisville Kids encourage social, emotional and physical growth with the philosophy that each child is unique and has individual developmental needs, styles, and differences. Teachers focus on each child as an individual and encourage every child to learn at their own pace with customized activities and projects.
We include guest teachers, peers, programs, volunteers, and parents in our learning, to help expand learning, social exposures, and experiences.
Children, as humans and growing individuals, deserve space, time, patience, and guidance so that they can learn to navigate the world as their best, most confident selves. Our teachers promote communication and emotional development from this perspective.
We emphasize time in, and a respect for nature as not only an opportunity for exploration and play, but to learn independence, and a more open conscious empathy.
What This Looks Like:
– Personalized lessons tailored to the needs of each student
– Thought provoking, creative activities that enhance all areas of development
– Active playtime
– Developmentally appropriate, multi-sensory activities
– A daily implemented curriculum that includes dramatic play, art, math, science, literacy, cooking and outdoor exploration
– Educational field-trips
– Organic and gluten-free snack options
– Safe and caring environment for the children and their families
We Welcome All Types of Families
Active Louisville Kids’ knows that not every family looks the same. Our school community is happy to learn about the unique differences your family brings to our program. We welcome families composed of any race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or national origin.