Our Classes

Jump into a program today!

infants

Babies develop very quickly during the first year of life. They move from not being able to control limb movements to being able to reach for things and bang them together. Infants develop physically and learn to interact with people on a daily basis. At Jump City, we place an huge importance in our infant room. With our individual care plan, we make the transition from your  “in home” care to our center more comfortable.

Starts learning to be comforted by caregivers

Holds head up unsupported for a short time

Uses eyes and hands together and plans, such as seeing a toy and reaching for it

Coos and babbles

Rolls from back to tummy and tummy to back

Does “push-ups” and starts trying to move forward

Starts testing cause and effect, such as seeing what happens when shaking a toy

Is interested in looking in the mirror

May stand with support

Has favorite objects or toys

Tries to repeat words

Walks holding on to hands or furniture

Rolls toys with wheels, fills and empties, throws things, rolls a ball, and stacks 2 blocks.

Likes to turn pages of a book.

Begins to walk without help.

Eats finger foods.

Shows pride in personal accomplishment

toddlers & two's

Toddlers are full of energy and have a desire to explore their environment. Our teachers create many opportunities for toddlers to spark curiosity, friendship, self-esteem, and education inside the classroom and on the playground. Our teachers value each child, by using gentle touch and a kind tone of voice to allow your child to feel secure and loved.

Share, cooperate, be helpful and take turns

Have imaginary friends and play the same imaginary games over and over

Mimic what other kids and adults do and say, as well as how they say it

Have tantrums when frustrated

Show increasing separation anxiety by 18 months, which typically eases considerably by 24 months

Play “real life” with things like play kitchens

Starts testing cause and effect, such as seeing what happens when shaking a toy

Is interested in looking in the mirror

May stand with support

Has favorite objects or toys

Tries to repeat words

Walks holding on to hands or furniture

Follow simple, unrelated directions (“Go find your shoes and pick up that toy.”)

Stick with an activity for 10 to 15 minutes

Do three- to four-piece puzzles

Group toys by type, size or color

Shows pride in personal accomplishment

Pre School

Preschool is a new adventure in your child’s life. Our teachers are prepared to guide your child through opportunities to explore learning. Jump City classrooms are organized to allow children to learn, play, and explore materials individually or in small groups.  Through structured activities, exploration (dramatic play), and hands-on learning your child will develop other skills such as literacy, science, mathematics, social skills, and physical wellness. Our teachers are excited to partner with your family to witness your little one transform into a lifelong learner.

Draw a circle with a crayon, pencil or marker

Build with Mega Blocks and create towers of six or more blocks

Write some letters

Draw or copy basic shapes and crosses (this is a milestone known as “being able to cross the midline”)

Name the eight colors in a crayon box (red, yellow, blue, green, orange, purple, brown, black)

Understand the difference between real and make-believe

Put things in order such as from biggest to smallest, shortest to tallest

Stick with an activity for 10 to 15 minutes

Share, cooperate, be helpful and take turns

Start acting a little bossy and start tattling

Start finding simple ways to solve arguments and disagreements

Do or say things he shouldn’t to see what the reaction will be

Pre School

Pre-Kindergarten

Pre-Kindergarten offers a formal classroom environment that allows students to understand expectations in kindergarten. Teachers assess each child current state of education and set goals to prepare them for the next level. We fully understand that each child may not be on the same level educationally, therefore we work individually to ensure students is are achieving there personal goals. After the completion of the pre-k program, your child will graduate and be ready for the next level.

Count 1-50

Identify States on Map

Rhyming Words

Phonics

Reading/Word Blends

Time AM/PM

Colors/Shapes

Patterns

Letter Recognition

Self-help skills to promote a good self-image and high self-esteem

Knowledge of self, family, and culture

Cooperation, self-control, and motivation to learn

Taking turns during group activities

Oral Language skills

Public Speaking

Listening to comprehension

Cooperation

Honesty

Trustworthiness

School Age

Jump City Childcare School-Age program offers traditional care before and after school. Additional care for spring break, summer, and days when schools are closed. (Please contact office for additional details for untraditional hours)

Oral Language skills

Public Speaking

Listening to comprehension

Cooperation

Honesty

Trustworthiness

Summer Camp

Jump City Childcare School-Age program offers traditional care before and after school. Additional care for spring break, summer, and days when schools are closed. (Please contact office for additional details for untraditional hours)

Oral Language skills

Public Speaking

Listening to comprehension

Cooperation

Honesty

Trustworthiness

What are you looking for in a childcare?

Theme: Overlay by Kaira Web Design by Classroom Panda
6190 Shamrock Ct Dublin, OH 43016