Lobo Active Learning Center & Gymnastics

Give Your Child a Head Start: Webster's Premier Preschool Childcare Program

Where Learning, Play, and Gymnastics Come Together at Lobo Active Learning Centers

Empower your preschooler for the future! At Lobo Active Learning Centers & Gymnastics, we provide an engaging and developmentally appropriate preschool curriculum. Our experienced teachers blend play-based learning with active gymnastics components to foster a well-rounded foundation for kindergarten success and beyond.

Two preschool aged kids in childcare
Best Infant Childcare in Webster, TX

Building the Foundations for Success

What Our Parents Say

Sandy Johnson
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Two of our grandsons (ages 5 and 6) attended the Lobo Grinch Camp the last week of December 2023. They loved it - the facility, coaches, and programming were ideal to help them learn basic gymnastic skills and, most importantly, have fun!
Esther Bailey
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My girls came here for after school care and also gymnastics. The coaches are sweet and my girls liked everyone they worked with.
Kelly Putrah
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I have 3 kids, 15yr old, 12 year old, and a 4 year old. Last year I started taking my 4 year old to LOBO when she was 3 years old to get child interaction with children her age. It has made such a difference! The classes are school based with childcare. They always have playtime and school guided style activities to do.
Jessica Norman
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My daughter been attending Lobo Active Learning Center for the past 4 months she just turned tow years old. I get daily handwritten reports on what she ate and what she learned each day, (this is not just daycare they follow a curriculum). My daughter has progressed in so many areas of development but most excitingly she is talking now.
Myrna Norman
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My son’s child went to day care at Lobo when he was a toddler several years ago and now I am getting to send my daughter’s child. I loved it and was so impressed with the level of care my grandson was given and I am even more impressed and comforted with the level of care my 2 year old granddaughter is receiving now.

Find the Perfect Childcare for Your Infant

Schedule a tour, meet our team, and see why Lobo Active Learning Center & Gymnastics is the right place for your child to learn and grow!

The Lobo Advantage:

We invite you to schedule a tour of Lobo Active Learning Center & Gymnastics to personally experience our exceptional facilities and see how they support your child’s growth and development.

  • Movement Enriched Learning: We integrate gymnastics concepts into learning for enhanced focus, coordination, and physical fitness.
  • Passionate Educators: Dedicated teachers who guide, encourage, and inspire.
  • Positive Learning Environment: Safe, nurturing space where children feel valued.
  • Preparing for the Future: Our program builds confidence and core skills essential for a smooth transition to kindergarten.

Lobo Active Learning Center & Gymnastics: Where Learning and Fitness Flourish

At Lobo Active Learning Center & Gymnastics, we believe that a child’s environment plays a crucial role in their development. That’s why we’ve created facilities that are safe, stimulating, and specifically designed to meet the needs of children from infancy through the school-age years.

  • State-of-the-Art Equipment: Our gymnastics areas boast a variety of age-appropriate equipment including balance beams, trampolines, uneven bars, springboards, and soft mats for safe exploration.
  • Designed for Skill Development: Our gymnastics space is designed to allow for progressive skill-building, starting with basic movement patterns and gradually increasing in complexity.
  • Safety First: All gymnastics activities are supervised by trained instructors who prioritize safety while encouraging children to challenge themselves.

Preschool Curriculum Snapshot

Preschool - 2s

By the age of two, children’s different personalities and skills definitely shine through. Children are moving from being a “dependent” toddler to a more “independent” preschooler.

Your child will make major strides in the areas of social, physical and emotional development as they transition from the Toddler to Preschool experience. Children have the opportunity to work individually and in groups to promote socialization. At the same time children build confidence in their own abilities by participation in the following activities:

Dramatic play, block-building and creative arts with other children

  • Recognizing the needs of others
  • Role-playing
  • Finding joy in science projects with an end result
  • Learning to deal with conflict
  • Beginning to cut, paste and enhance fine motor development
  • Singing, dancing, and mimicking

Our Two Year Old Preschool program is designed to help children work logically whether it is individually or in a group setting. Most concepts are learned while children go about their day engaged in play. As children begin a project they are encouraged to put closure to it as well, this instills the pre-math concept of completion. During clean up, children are able to sort and classify as they put materials away where they belong. During sand and water play, children are exposed to weights and measurements. As children build with blocks they are exposed to spatial relations and gravity. Teachers begin to ask probing questions to help children think and reason. The pre-math concepts your child will be exposed to are as follows:

  • Group objects in categories
  • Matching and classifying
  • Completion of projects
  • Basic introduction to size and weights
  • Problem solving

Your child will be provided with a print-rich environment and exposed to a variety of language experiences. Circle times are filled with posing questions and opportunities for children to freely express themselves. Children are asked to attach descriptions to their work and talk about their activities. Teachers ask children their opinions and use their ideas in curriculum planning. The language and reading concepts your child will participate include

  • Use of fine motor skills
  • Use of symbols in art and drawing
  • Understanding their own experiences
  • Dramatic play with a variety of props
  • Circle time and story telling
  • Reading with adults

Our Two Year Old Preschool program is designed to help children work logically whether it is individually or in a group setting. Most concepts are learned while children go about their day engaged in play. As children begin a project they are encouraged to put closure to it as well, this instills the pre-math concept of completion. During clean up, children are able to sort and classify as they put materials away where they belong. During sand and water play, children are exposed to weights and measurements. As children build with blocks they are exposed to spatial relations and gravity. Teachers begin to ask probing questions to help children think and reason. The pre-math concepts your child will be exposed to are as follows:

  • Tricycle riding
  • Running, climbing and jumping
  • Sand play, digging and constructing
  • Music and movement

Preschool - 3s

Our Preschool program will prepare your child for life skills by introducing your children to learning centers that encompass a wide range of activities.

Science is an important component in our Preschool curriculum. Children thrive in a hands-on environment where they are able to use their senses to learn about their world. The following activities will be offered in our programs.

  • Engaging in science activities and making predictions
  • Conducting simple experiments
  • Problem solving with other children and adults
  • Observe life cycles
    Introduction to geography

Preschool children have a genuine desire to participate in creative arts and dramatic play. At this stage, children are able to focus on the process of art, which allows them to enhance their fine motor skills. Creative arts and dramatic play are important components in socialization and self-expression. Some of the activities are as follows:

  • Creating long-term projects with teachers and peers
  • Drawing, cutting and other fine motor activities
  • Singing, dancing, mimicking and other expressive activities
  • Participation in dramatic play, role playing and creative arts with other children

Your child will also have wonderful opportunities to develop physically. We have a large variety of indoor and outdoor equipment that enhance physical development throughout the day. You will see children participating in the following activities:

Gymnastics which is arguably the best active program for young children. It helps to instill confidence, promote independence, and encourage problem-solving; as well as to promote balance, coordination, timing, agility, and spatial orientation. Gymnastics is a great foundation for all future sports and activities. Also we offer:

  • Group activities such as obstacle courses, music and movement and various other exercise activities
  • Small motor activities such as play-doh, digging and constructing
  • Planting and gardening
  • Hand/Eye coordination activities such as throwing balls in a hoop, catching a ball, and kicking a ball.
  • Large motor activities such as riding a bike, dancing, obstacle courses

Our Preschool environments are filled with opportunities to think logically, to solve problems, and to perceive relationships. The curriculum includes a variety of teacher-directed as well as child-initiated activities that promote pre-mathematic skills. Children will spend time utilizing materials in the environment to understand counting, patterns, basic geometry and probability. The teachers will ask probing questions such as, “How do we make blocks balance on top of each other?” Or, “Which is heavier—a cork or a magnet?” These types of questions allow children to reason on their own. The type of math concepts your child will participate in are as follows:

  • Problem solving
  • Logical thinking
  • Number recognition and counting.
  • Comparisons and sorting
  • Basic measurements
  • Estimating
  • Block-building

Your child will be provided with a print-rich environment and exposed to a variety of language experiences. Circle times are filled with posing questions and opportunities for children to freely express themselves. Children are asked to attach descriptions to their work and talk about their activities. Teachers ask children their opinions and use their ideas in curriculum planning. The language and reading concepts your child will participate in are as follows:

Participating in real life experiences that include reading and writing

  • Logical thinking
  • Developing oral communication
  • Recognizing symbols through games
  • Describing art work and activities
  • Show and tell
  • Leading circle time activities
  • Reading with adults

Pre-Kindergarten

There is a strong focus on developing literacy skills that children need to become active readers. Math becomes a focal point, as children further develop their problem solving skills.

In the art and dramatic play areas children can express themselves in a number of ways. They have the ability to use a variety of materials and work alone or with a friend. They can work on processes or create a product. They can participate in the following:

  • Space and the solar system
  • The four seasons
  • Plant growth and cycles
  • Observe life cycles
  • Creating experiments with predictions and conclusions

In the art and dramatic play areas children can express themselves in a number of ways. They have the ability to use a variety of materials and work alone or with a friend. They can work on processes or create a product. They can participate in the following:

  • Drawing, coloring, and use of stencils
  • Painting, collaging and clay work
  • Creating long-term projects such as plays and other performing arts
  • Photography and film .
  • Creating skits
  • Expressing their ideas and acting out their thoughts

Your child will also have wonderful opportunities to develop physically. We have a large variety of indoor and outdoor equipment that enhance physical development throughout the day. You will see children participating in the following types of activities:

  • Gymnastics & Kid-fit
  • Group games such as Band-Aid Tag, Dodge Ball
  • Small motor activities such as play-doh, lacing and puzzles
  • Seeding and harvesting
  • Hand/Eye coordination activities
  • Woodworking
  • Music and movement activities

Our learning environment will provide math opportunities with the use of manipulative, unit blocks, cooking and science activities. Questions the teacher poses will provoke children to think, reason and experiment with math concepts. The types of math concepts your child will participate in are as follows:

  • Sequencing
  • Graphing
  • Adding and subtracting
  • Math worksheets
  • Weights and measure
  • Calendar concepts
  • Sorting

Our learning approach will provide language and reading opportunities through our extensive educational materials and games, books, and creative teaching tools. Our teachers will challenge children to maximize their language potential. The language and reading concepts your child will participate in are as follows:

  • Letter recognition
  • Language arts activities
  • Story-telling and recall
  • Listening and dictation
  • Phonics, beginning and comprehensive reading concepts
  • Pre-writing skills

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