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A Curriculum Geared Toward the Holistic Growth of Every Child

EarlyBird Campus Curriculum

"Preparing your child for the future"

EarlyBird ChildCare & Learning, LLC. in Andover, Kansas provides children with a traditional school setting with all-day care, learning, and structure by introducing a school environment with preschool and kindergarten learning.

Our campus focuses on academics (math, language, science, and writing) as well as manners, social and emotional play, and developmental growth.

We provide young children an opportunity to grow by creating an environment that allows them to transition as their learning expands. We accept children 2 years and older.


  • Number Recognition
  • Counting
  • One-on-One Correspondence
  • Sorting and Classifying Objects
  • Recognizing Colors and Shapes
  • Teaching Kids Time Telling
  • Money Counting
  • Sequencing and Pattern Recognition
  • Odd and Even Identification
  • Base Counting: 1,'s, 5's, and 10's
  • Skip Counting
  • Addition and Subtraction

Phonics and Literacy 

  • Print Awareness
  • Sounds of Speech
  • Phonics
  • Letter Recognition
  • Fluency
  • Vocabulary
  • Writing and Spelling
  • Text Comprehension
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Sight Words
  • Early Reading Skills
  • Sentence Structure and Format
  • Word Family Fluency
  • Spelling Tests
Colorful ABC blocks
  • Early Learning Spanish
  • Sign Language
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Early Reading and Sight Word Recognition
  • Health and Fitness

Arts and Crafts

We believe that creativity and art help develop a child's personality as well as their fine motor skills. Art is an exciting time for a preschooler so we let them explore. We use items such as finger paint, watercolor paint, and children safety scissors. We have tracing objects, play-doh, beading, and foam. We also have the kids work on crafts to take home, such as picture frames, clay handprint molds, etc.


Most preschoolers love music, and music does more than entertain. So here at EarlyBird ChildCare & Learning, LLC., we make music a part of their daily schedule. The children take turns playing different classroom instruments, we sing and listen to songs, and practice rhymes and riddles.

Research shows that kids who are actively involved in music (who play it or sing it regularly):

  • Do better in reading and math when they start school
  • Are better able to focus and control their bodies
  • Play better with others and have higher self-esteem
Musical notes
Turtle walking under the sun


Exploring science through teaching the children about their bodies, animals, seasons, and the weather.

"Guided lessons and hands-on experiments"

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