To ensure that your children are prepared for the summer fun, please have your child bring in a bathing suit and towel to be left here throughout the week, sunscreen, and a water bottle. Please label your child’s items, and we will be sending home bathing suits on Fridays. Also, please check the parent board/classroom doors […]
Check out this fun-filled free family event! http://www.govalleykids.com/calendar/imagine-city-park/
Summer is almost here! And we have a ton of fun in store for the children here! Our four year olds and school agers will be having picnics in the park on Fridays, and have fun field trips planned out! Our younger children will be participating in water play and sprinkler days! Grab your sunscreen […]
We are so excited to announce that we now have our frames for our raised bed gardens! A special thank you to the Powell family for building and donating the frames! Throughout the summer each classroom will have the opportunity to help plant, water, and enjoy some fresh produce and flowers! The children at Kidzland will be […]
In May and November we hold parent-teacher conferences. The week before conferences take place we send home a completed assessment form on your child, to have you look at. This allows each family to see their child’s growth and development, and it helps the families come up with topics they would like to discuss. At the conference, the […]
Thank you to all of our families for coming out and enjoying the game with us!
In Wisconsin, at least one child is diagnosed with autism every day. Autism is now the most prevalent developmental disability – affecting more children than cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, hearing loss, and vision impairment. In fact, more children will be diagnosed with autism than with childhood leukemia, diabetes, and cancer combined. We are participating in […]
This is a great article that gives some practical ways for adults to respond to a temper tantrum. These suggestions mirror the methods that our staff use when children are tantruming, and reflect best practice techniques that also enable children to learn more effective coping mechanisms. http://www.empoweringparents.com/Stopping-a-temper-tantrum.php
On Mondays the children at Kidzland enjoy dance classes from Kids On The Move. These classes encourage the children to get up and moving, improve listening skills, and work on balance/coordination skills, all while listening to age appropriate music and having fun!
As we are kicking off our book fair, and getting ready for our Family Literacy Night. Here are some fun and easy ways to encourage literacy skills for your child between infant-5 years old! http://growingbookbybook.com/2012/08/13/tips-for-reading-with-newborns-to-age-5/ April 2nd, 2015 is our Family Literacy Night. Each of our classrooms will be demonstrating how we read in our […]