We Help Parents Grow Happy Successful Kids We're Committed to the Safety and Well-Being of Our Kids. We're the School your Child will Love! Celebrating 25 Years of FUN!
Preschool, Afterschool, and So Much More!
We're passionate about providing engaging educational experiences and other enriching activities across all of our schools to foster a lifelong love of learning for your child. Programs and facilities vary by location, so we warmly welcome you to take a tour of a school near you and discover all of the fun that awaits!
At O2B Kids, we know that you want to raise happy, successful kids. The problem is, you can’t be with them every minute of every day. You need a family partner!
Since 1998, we’ve been helping parents grow happy, successful kids through our innovative Preschool, Afterschool and Membership programs.
You want your kids to be academically ready to succeed in school, socially ready to build great friendships and emotionally ready to face life challenges. That’s why we started our innovative, nationally accredited programs 25 years ago.
Dreams Aren't Just for Kids.
Parents Should be Dreaming, Too!
So while you’re out chasing your dreams and supporting your family, there’s an affordable place where kids LOVE to go, that keeps them safe, grows their mind and body, and delivers all-day fun!
The First 5 Years of Your Child's Life Establishes a Foundation for Lifetime Success
Brain Science Facts: Experiences Wire the BrainThe most important five years in any person’s life are the first five years—brain science proves it! Research shows a child’s early experiences in the world and interactions with adults collectively builds the brain’s architecture, creating the foundation for all future learning. Simply put, experiences wire the brain– and the more early experiences, the better!
Every person is born with 100 billion brain cells. But for these cells to have any value, they must be wired–or connected to each other.
In the first few years of life, over 1 million neural connections are formed every second in a child’s brain. These connections are created through a child’s early experiences with the world and positive interactions with adults.
85% of a child’s brain is developed by age 5. Sensory pathways develop first, followed by early language skills and higher cognitive development skills.
Academic achievement gaps begin as early as 18 months of age. It's at this point that differences in the size of a child’s vocabulary first appear. Language development is a key component of Kindergarten readiness, and Kindergarten readiness is a key predictor of lifetime academic success.
By age three, children who are immersed in a language-rich environment tend to develop vocabularies two to three times larger than children who are raised in language-poor environments. The amount and variety of words that a child is exposed to in the early years matter.
If a child begins school behind their peers, they tend to remain behind throughout their academic careers. Research demonstrates that if 100 children leave first grade without truly knowing how to read, 88 of those children remain poor readers by the end of fourth grade.