We structure our early childhood education curriculum around four key elements of development to ensure the growth of the whole child. They are:
Social Development in Children at KinderCare
Your child will communicate with others verbally and nonverbally to engage the world around them. Your child will make new friends and gain the confidence, self-esteem, and negotiating skills necessary for a lifetime of healthy relationships.
Emotional Development in Children at KinderCare
Children will enjoy a safe, nurturing “home away from home” where they can learn to express themselves and understand their own unique identities. Your child will gain the comfort and confidence to forge trusting relationships, value their individuality, and have fun just being himself.
Physical Development in Children at KinderCare
We focus on the physical health and well-being of your child so he grows up safe and strong. Motor-skill development, coordination, mobility, and exercise all help ensure your growing child has a healthy body for a lifetime.
Intellectual Development in Children at KinderCare
Our early education programs help build brain power by supporting the development of judgment, perception, memory, reasoning, critical thinking, and language through a series of age-appropriate cognitive activities. Reading, writing, and math are important and children learn by experiencing the world around them.
At KinderCare Learning Centers, we remain committed to bringing the highest quality early childhood education and care to our children and their families, and we update our programs frequently with some of the most innovative thinking in early childhood development and education. For example, KinderCare is pioneering bilingual preschool programs, providing your child with an opportunity to learn the Mandarin language through immersion in Chinese culture. From foreign languages to social, emotional, intellectual and physical development, KinderCare continues to lead the industry in advanced academic opportunities for infants and young children.