The Garden Room is where our youngest children start their world of adventure. They must be potty trained by the time they start school. They will develop one of the most important social skills in life; learning to cope and thrive in an environment away from their home. This is also where they will practice how to get along with others and how to begin to solve social conflicts. The Garden Room is a cozy yet colorful, energetic, activity-filled environment that mimics a home.
The Sun Room is home to our three and four-year-olds, where their attention span develops as the school year progresses. We practice working and playing cooperatively to develop our social and emotional skills and to learn how to self-regulate strong four-year-old feelings. Our teachers help to guide children through conflicts with the goal of fostering personal responsibility and independent problem-solving.
The Bungalow is home to our four and five year olds, the older children of Kid Works. By this age the children are building on their experience and knowledge to be able to dive deeper into topics of interest. There are more collaborative projects which enable children to practice planning, negotiating, problem solving, and thinking critically. The older children often become mentors to the younger children which builds confidence and deepens their own learning.
Mindfulness & Yoga
We are proud and honored to be able to offer our children Mindfulness and Yoga practice here at Kid Works once a week.
Research shows the importance and growing need for more mindfulness in education. Our belief is that if we can introduce it to children early in their lives, it will become a very natural and healthy way of life.
Our optional Summer Session takes place from the end of June to the end of August. We can enroll children who are no older than 6 during the time they are here.
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