Ages 12 to 24 Months
Ages 4 to 5 Years Old

Children becoming more and more curious every day, their increasing vocabulary along with exciting leaps in logical thinking make this developmental stage fun and challenging.

Our Two Year Old classroom is full of age appropriate toys.  There’s no doubt that toddlers are always full of excitement, energy and natural curiosity.

Ages 3 to 4 Years

Our teachers creates activities and lesson plans driven by the needs and abilities of children in  her classroom. Pre-K learning focuses on expanding preschool skills by responsive listening and language usage, as well as social and collaborative skills, with further development of  each child's skills in:

  • Reading by matching letters to sounds, recognizing familiar words;
  • Writing by using letters and other symbols to create written messages and letters to their parents and classmates;
  • Math  by introduction of simple addition and subtraction, sorting and classifying objects;
  • Social skills by learning to respect others and working together;
  • Physical skills with complex or combined movements.


Ages 2 to 3 Years old

Through hands-on learning, your child will be introduced to literacy and number concepts, cooperation and communication skills, as well given an increasing sense of independence.  In addition to basic skills, your child learns about self-direction, self-reliance, and self-esteem.

In our safe learning environment, we offer activities to develop literacy, mathematical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity, focusing on foundational skills such as:

Pre-reading skills:

  • teachers read stories to children and ask them to interact with the story,
  • children are encouraged to look at books and tell a story by looking at pictures,
  • increasing their vocabulary through dialogues, songs, dramatic play and music.

Pre-writing, small muscle activities:

  • recognize and write their first and last names,
  • recognizing and writing letters and numbers,

Pre-math skills:

  • math opportunities are provided in small & large groups in addition to the math center,
  • simple science concepts are introduced and reinforced by hands-on experiments, cooking, and other projects.

Physical coordination skills:

  • age appropriate dance, music, games, and free-play are used to develop gross motor skills.

Social skills, such as focusing and collaborating:

  • stimulate imagination and encourage social, emotional, and language development through dramatic play,
  • children are encouraged to work in small groups as well as independently,
  • circle time includes songs, morning message and as a time to discuss theme related subjects.

Infants grow and learn every day. Our infant care program is designed to create a smooth, easy transition from home to school. 

Ages 3 month to 12 month 
Young Toddlers Program 

We know that children develop more in the first two years of life than at any other time. Our infant classroom is filled with toys and books that help your baby develop at his or her own pace. Individualized schedules, nurturing teachers, and safe classrooms ensure that your baby's days are as enriching as if she/he was with you.

Teachers sing songs and read stories to encourage language acquisition.

Infants are held while given bottles. We encourage self-feeding of finger foods, bottles, and sipper cups at developmentally appropriate ages, around 11 months or sooner with parental permission.

Each infant has ample opportunities for tummy time to helps strengthen the neck, arms and core muscles, and to encourage rolling, reaching, pushing, pulling, holding and grasping. Our teachers encourage infants to crawl and walk by spending time on the floor and providing them with stable furniture to pull up on.

We appreciate you trusting us with your infant's care and education, and we're committed to making this first transition away from home easy and natural for you and your child.

Our PreK classroom is designed to help every child to make significant developmental gains, communicate more successfully, and work well both independently and in small or/and large group.

VPK - Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program 

We welcome that energy and excitement because we know that it’s a natural part of growth and learning. We encourage our toddlers to run, walk, climb, and ride while providing opportunities to sing, dance, experiment with arts and crafts, and by far most exciting playing with sand and water. 
Our staff will teach children simple rhymes, songs, stories, child’s and classmate’s names. The movement, dancing and music will be used by our teachers to encourage further development of gross motor and language skills.
Teachers will continue potty training in cooperation with parents. Children will master washing their hands upon entering classroom, after potty, before and after eating, after coming in from outside and whenever necessary.

Children will be introduced to:

  • Scissors with direct teacher supervision,
  • circle time and small group projects.

The circle time and small group interactions will introduce toddlers to collaborative learning focused on cognitive development, language and communication skills, physical development, social and emotional development.

Children will learn through play and exploration:

  • identification of ABC’s, shapes, colors and numbers,
  • sorting by various attributes such as color, size or shape,
  • use self help skills such as putting on shoes.
  • positive social interactions with other children.​

If you live in Florida and have a child who turns 4 years of age by September 1, your child is eligible for Florida’s FREE VPK program.

Pre K Program 
Preschool Program 
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Campbell Academy Inc. supports the toddler years by filling each child's day with stimulating, exciting, creative and active learning activities to develop their fine and gross motor skills.


Infant Care Program 

Your child can attend our school-year program includes 540 hours of instructional time .

The program helps build a strong foundation for school using educational materials that are geared to various stages in a child’s development.

Older Toddlers 

We emphasize your child’s development, because all children grow and learn at their own pace, and in their own unique way. Activities are designed to address the individual needs and abilities of each child.

Our Toddlers enjoy a daily balance of quiet activities, music and movement and plenty of outdoor climbing, running and jumping. Classroom is filled with age appropriate materials and activities that encourage imaginary play with blocks and puzzles, creative art and lots of books. Circle time incorporates stories and songs that encourage language skills and social growth.

Children are introduced to:

  • washing hands whenever necessary,
  • to numbers 1-5, colors and the ABCs,
  • art, music, stories, puppets, sensory play, and new physical activities. 


Our toddlers learn through play and exploration:

  • to use spoons and cups,
  • to recognize and identify objects,
  • to follow simple directions,
  • to name body parts, and
  • to identify animals and their related sounds

Children are introduced to potty training, age appropriately, with cooperation and permission of the parents.