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Child care
Child care

Rammies Academy, a locally owned and operated child care facility, we use creative curriculum in providing quality care for children from infants to the 6th grade, in a modern and secure facility, conveniently located near Interstate 10 and Katy Mills Mall across the Typhoon Waterpark. Our facility and our staff are certified and licensed.

 

If you would like to learn more about the wide range of programs that we offer, call us today at either 346-387-6994 or 281-229-4090.

We provide an entertaining and intellectually stimulating environment for children of various ages, from infants and toddlers to preschool and pre-k ages. We also have before and after school programs.

 

We offer a modern, state-licensed facility with certified teachers and a variety of stimulating activities, from science, technology, and engineering math programs to language and literacy development.

Providing a full range of care for a variety of ages

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Our curriculum offerings

Rammies Academy will use Creative Curriculum Approaches to Learning The most important goal of our early childhood is to help children become enthusiastic learners.  This means encouraging children to be active and creative explorers who are not afraid to try out their ideas and to think their own thoughts.

 

Our curriculum is bilungal, which focuses on both Spanish and English creative learning.

 

Our goal is to help children become independent, self-confident, inquisitive learners. We are teaching them how to learn, not just in preschool, but all through their lives. We are allowing them to learn at their own pace and in the ways that are best for them.  We are giving them good habits and attitudes, particularly a positive sense of themselves, which will make a difference throughout their lives.

Educational Program

Creative Curriculum

Our curriculum identifies goals in all areas of development:

  • Social: to help children feel comfortable in school, trust their new environment, make friends, and feel they are part of the group.

  • Emotional: to help children experience pride and confidence, develop independence and self-control, and have a positive attitude toward life.

  • Cognitive: to help children become confident learners by letting them try out their ideas and experience success, and by helping them acquire learning skills such as the ability to solve problems, ask questions, and use words to describe their ideas, observations, and feelings.

  • Physical: to help children increase their large and small muscle skills and feel confident about what their bodies can do.

In the first three years of life, the child is acquiring a sense of trust of oneself and of others; a sense of safety and security that comes from responsive, predictable caregivers.

 

During this time frame, children develop a sense of autonomy, a sense of being a separate from parents, and becoming independent.

 

Children at this age is a sensory-motor being, exploring the world with their senses while developing motor skills. They need a world enriched with opportunities to actively explore and enjoy; to see, hear, feel, touch and move; a world where they are encouraged to venture and discover.

 

Our infant care environment is safe, clean, and has plenty of space for your child to crawl, roll, and explore his world. Diapering areas are set up away from play and food areas. Our infant toys include an assortment of developmental learning materials for the ever-evolving infant.

 

For our infant childcare, we maintain an "individualized" schedule for eating, playing, and napping. We understand that your infant is different than any other infant, and we take cues from your baby for feeding, and sleeping, according to parent instructions

 

Children in our Toddler Program, learning experiences is incorporated into daily activities through daily routine of napping, gaining independence by drink from a cup or potty training, sharing, walking without assistance, and feeding self with spoons. Children in this classroom are introduced to consistent routine of outside play, interest centers, morning and afternoon group time activities, art, science, language development, and math activities.

Infant & Toddler Program

Our curriculum is based on the developmental stages of early childhood domains, taking into consideration that each child is an individual, and will learn at their own pace. In planning our curriculum, we take evaluate variety of skills developing at this age, and various developmental levels of the children.

Preschool Program

  • Freedom to independently explore, create and express ideas

  • An environment in which each child feels successful and is an active participant in the learning process

  • A focus on the development of appropriate social behaviors, forming a foundation for future relationships.

Daily routines allow for a balance of fun learning activities. Children are involved in large group experiences, small group experiences, as well as opportunities for individual experiences. There are a balance of child-initiated learning and teacher-initiated activities, quiet and active, as well as outdoor exploration.

 

We teach through early learning concepts and plan activities that are meaningful to children. Our teachers are continually assessing children in their learning environment to determine the level of understanding and areas the child needs strengthening or reinforcement.

  • Transportation provided to and from the near-by Elementary Schools,

  • Meals:  breakfast, and afternoon snack

  • Outside activities: Outdoor play area, supervised computer use

  • Early Release: Early release pickup from participating school,

  • Fulltime Care: Provide fulltime care on student holidays including meals,

  • Homework Helper: Opportunities to complete homework. Online and off-line,

  • Technology, gaming, learning with supervised staff,

School-age Program