Magic Keys to Learning
Children's Developmental Center

Magic Keys to Learning CDC is not just a daycare. We consider ourselves a learning center. We strive to give your child(ren) the best education and try to reach goals. 
Our ambition is to preparing your child(ren) for kindergarten and beyond. 
At some points we feel that we aren't teaching but learning ourselves from their bright minds! 


DES certified
Quality First Program
Smart Support
Healthy Little Smiles
Before & After School Program
Pre-School Smart Start Program
Opened Most Hoildays

Game Room


Our curriculum is based on the Arizona Department of Education guidelines. These standards reflect the growing consensus among early childhood professionals that greater emphasis be placed on a young child’s conceptual learning, especially acquisition of language and literacy. 

Toddler Curriculum
The Creative Curriculum for toddlers is based on early education theories and the latest brain research, which underscores the importance of the early years. Magic Keys to Learning CDC is committed to providing a developmentally appropriate environment that stimulates your child’s brain growth. Our loving and nurturing staff is committed to the responsive care of your child. We know from research and observation that the first major way children learn is through movement, through touch, and through experience. A child who can sign at this stage of their life will experience less frustration for him/ herself and those around them.
Daily Routines include: hellos and goodbyes, diapering and toileting, eating, and naptime. Daily Activities include: sign language, playing with toys, dabbling in art, imitating and pretending, enjoying stories and books, tasting and preparing food, exploring sand and water, having fun with music, and going outdoors. These experiences will enhance sensory motor skills and eye-hand coordination.

Class Dojo Link

Pre-School Smart Start Curriculum 
Movement and Coordination
Physical Attention and Relaxation
Gross Motor Skills
Eye-Hand and Eye-Foot Coordination
Group Games
Creative Movement and Expression
Autonomy and Social Skills
Sense of Self and Personal Responsibility
Working in a Group Setting
Work Habits
Memory Skills
Following Directions
Task Persistence and Completion
Oral Language
Nursery Rhymes, Poems, Finger plays and Songs
Children’s Literature and Read-Aloud
Emerging Literacy Skills
Patterns and Classifications
Geometry & Measurements
Numbers and Numbers Sense
Addition and Subtraction with Concrete Objects
Orientation in Time and Space
Measure of Time
Passage of Time (Past, Present, and Future)
Actual and Represented Space
Simple Maps & Basic Geographical Concepts
Human Characteristics, Needs and Development
Animal Characteristics, Needs and Development
Plant Characteristics, Needs and Development
Physical Elements (Water, Air, and Light)
Music & Visual Arts
Attend to Different Sounds
Imitate and Produce Sounds
Listen and Sing
Listen and Move
Attend to Visual Detail
Creating Art (Printing, Painting, Drawing, Collage, Sculpture)
Looking at and Talking About Art
*Taken from Core Knowledge Curriculum Foundation