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Kids R Kids We believe that happy, loved and connected children are destined for success in every face of their lives. http://www.krkchampions.com/

Our Philosophy We believe that happy, loved and connected children are destined for success in every face of their lives. http://www.krkchampions.com/ “HUG FIRST, THEN TEACH” Our most cherished principle, “Hug First, Then Teach,” defines every aspect of who we are at Kids ‘R’ Kids. Unlike many daycare centers or childcare providers, our approach is a whole child approach, working to strengthen and encourage every child’s emotional, intellectual, social, and physical being through the expert care of our child care providers and a unique partnership with parents. INVOLVE FAMILIES When it comes to teaching, Kids ‘R’ Kids understands the importance of involving families with the developmental milestones and accomplishments of their children - all the way from infant child care to preschool and throughout the school age program. When new skills are introduced or reinforced, having you, your child, and the teachers work together makes learning easy and fun. Using this streamlined approach to learning and keeping a close connection between home and school, Kids 'R' Kids ensures each child enrolled receives the individual guidance he deserves. DEDICATED TEACHERS Our teachers know that kids are naturally curious, so why not encourage this curiosity in a secure and educational environment? Going beyond traditional childcare, our highly trained teachers guide each child, using individual learning levels, creating the foundation needed to develop skills used in higher order thinking. Kids 'R' Kids is committed to providing a smart, safe, fun, and educational environment for your child, where he is loved and taught by experts dedicated to the highest standards in child care services, development and education. FULL ACCREDITATION Kids ‘R’ Kids International is accredited by AdvancED, the world’s largest education community, and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), an accreditation division of AdvancED. This accreditation ensures that we are meeting and exceeding the high accreditation standards and providing excellence in education beyond most local daycare or childcare providers.

Mission: Kids ‘R’ Kids Schools of Quality Learning provide a secure, nurturing, and educational environment for children, a place for children to bloom into responsible, considerate and contributing members of society. Kids ‘R’ Kids wants all children to have the opportunity to grow physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually by playing, exploring, and learning with others in a fun, safe, and healthy environment. As a family-owned and operated organization, Kids ‘R’ Kids welcomes positive family involvement and encourages a parent-teacher approach where the needs of every child come first to obtain successful early childhood education and school-age care.

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Smarter Child Magazine January 2021 - Spring West

In this month’s Toddler Tales, learn how to provide comfort for your little one as they face daily struggles that come with growing up.

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Sometimes the world can seem too overwhelming for little ones, and this DIY sock snowman is the perfect friend to find comfort in. Enjoy the creative process together and relax with this calming activity that supports fine motor skills with cutting, tying, scooping and more.

Materials:
– Plain white sock
– Rice
– Ribbon
– Scissors
– Superglue or hot glue
– String
– Stick pens
– Buttons
– Baby sock

Instructions:
1. Cut off the top part of the sock
2. Turn the sock inside out
3. Tie off the bottom with string
4. Turn the sock right side out
5. Fill with rice
6. Tie off the top with string
7. Tie off the middle with string to create the head and body
8. Use ribbon to make a scarf. Glue if necessary
9. Put the baby sock on the head for a hat
10. Use stick pins. Two black for eyes and 1 yellow for nose
11. Glue buttons on body

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As the age of COVID continues on longer than any of us anticipated, it can be hard to find the right way to comfort your child. Check out our newest blog post for tips on how to navigate this uncertain time.

https://kidsrkids.com/blog/assuring-children-during-covid-times/

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Smarter Child Magazine January 2021 - Spring West

Here's to a new year! Check out the link below for the January edition of The SMARTER CHILD Magazine, which includes fun crafts, delicious recipes, and informative articles you will not want to miss! #kidsrkids

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Ready to start a new school? As we head into the new year, now's the time to make the switch to Kids 'R' Kids — peace of mind and calm in your chaos is just around the corner. #kidsrkids

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Smarter Child Magazine December 2020 - Spring West

Stimulate your child’s occipital lobe in our exclusive Brain Waves Curriculum activity. Our “Under the Cup Visual Stimulation” activity can be found in this month’s magazine!

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Nothing is more magical about the holiday season than reindeer. This Reindeer Chow recipe that is perfect for little hands to assemble is a delightful way for your child to try and attract a mysterious reindeer for an extraordinary visit.

Ingredients:
– 2 cups white chocolate chips
– 3 cups Rice Chex
– 1 cup miniature marshmallows
– 1 cup thin pretzels
– 3/4 cup M&Ms (divided)
– 1/2 cup raisins (or dried cranberries)
– 2 tablespoons gold sprinkles
– Optional: 3 tablespoons coconut oil
– Optional: 1/2 cup salted nuts

Directions:
1. Gather the ingredients.
2. Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with aluminum foil and set aside.
3. Place the white chocolate chips and coconut oil, if using, in a large microwave-safe bowl. Microwave until melted, stirring after every 45 seconds to prevent the white chocolate from overheating.
4. Add the Chex, marshmallows, pretzels, 1/2 cup of the M&Ms, nuts, and the raisins to the white chocolate, and stir until everything is completely coated with a thin layer of white chocolate.
5. Scrape the candy out onto the prepared baking sheet and smooth it into a thin layer.
6. Sprinkle the remaining 1/4 cup of M&Ms on top and press down gently to adhere them. Adding some candies on top keeps them from being coated in white chocolate and gives your reindeer chow a pop of bright color. If you're using edible glitter or sprinkles, dust that all over the top of the candy.
7. Refrigerate the reindeer chow for at least 20 minutes to set the white chocolate.
8. Once set, break it into small pieces to serve.

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In history, the evergreen wreath is full of tradition and symbolism, and your family will enjoy making this special keepsake while creating warm memories of simply being together. Cutting, crumpling, and tying helps to develop important hand muscles, and telling personal stories of traditions and rituals makes the time even more meaningful. When your child is finished, you will have a very special hand-made wreath to honor the holidays.

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Smarter Child Magazine December 2020 - Spring West

This is the perfect time of year to start new family traditions. See some of our ideas in this month’s magazine! Who knows? Maybe you will come up with some winter celebrations of your own!

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Making the Holidays More Meaningful: How You Can Teach Values this December - Kids 'R' Kids

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Smarter Child Magazine December 2020 - Spring West

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! CLICK BELOW for the December edition of The SMARTER CHILD Magazine, which includes fun crafts, delicious recipes, and informative articles you will not want to miss! #kidsrkids

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Here's a fun activity based in our STEAM Ahead curriculum: I’m A Giving Tree! Check out the link below to get started. https://online.fliphtml5.com/pnzt/bsyy/#p=6

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Smarter Child Magazine November 2020 - Spring West

Spend time in nature! Make the effort to get outside, despite the cold! Bundle up and enjoy the cool, crisp air. Check inside the magazine for some great activities to try outside this fall.

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We INSPIRE each child to engage in all learning activities at Kids ‵R′ Kids Learning Academies. Learn more about the advantages for your child and get inspired! kidsrkids.com/locations #SmartChoiceSmarterChild

We want to say thank you to our KRK families for helping us partner with Fellowship of Champions Church & Bundles of Hope to bring over 100 Thanksgiving meals to local families this holiday season!

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One can be nice - sometimes this is true - but giving and sharing is more fun when there’s two. Once you slice that banana, you will have to make more than one of these nutritious and delicious treats. Let your child spread, slice, and sprinkle with a real chef’s flair, and then see that a table is friendlier when set for two...or maybe more?

Ingredients:

– Rice Cakes
– Peanut butter or alternate
– Bananas
– Cinnamon (optional)

Directions:
– Spread peanut butter onto rice cake.
– Slice banana and place on rice cake.
– Sprinkle cinnamon on top if desired.

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Smarter Child Magazine November 2020 - Spring West

Get those wheels turning in your little one’s brain with this awesome craft! Your child will connect music and the visual arts, and demonstrate persistence, attentiveness, and curiosity as they enjoy labeling the parts of a tree as they sing!

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Helping Kids to Love Giving - Kids 'R' Kids

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Remember that children spell love as t-i-m-e and teaches them that generosity does not always have to be about money. Spend valuable time together designing these cute cardboard tube houses. Your child can easily create this and develop fine motor skills at the same time. Then you can have fun together playing with a busy town that is full of people who love helping each other! #kidsrkids

Materials:
– Cardboard tube(s)
– Paint
– Glue
– Cupcake paper liners
– Scissors
– Sharpie marker
– Paintbrush

Directions:
– Cut door into bottom of tube
– Paint tube color of your choice and let dry
– Draw windows on tube with marker
– Glue cupcake paper liner on top of tube for the roof
– Create a community of houses

Please help us by donating non-perishable food items to help benefit those in need this holiday season

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Smarter Child Magazine November 2020 - Spring West

We are so THANKFUL it is November! CLICK BELOW for the November edition of The SMARTER CHILD Magazine, which includes fun crafts, delicious recipes, and informative articles you will not want to miss! #kidsrkids

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Join us for this Month’s Flipbook Fun for Preschoolers!
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Thank you to everyone that submitted a pumpkin for our annual decorating contest. Please help us choose a winner! “Like” the picture of your favorite pumpkin. The winner will be announced this Friday, October 30th 🎃

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Smarter Child Magazine October 2020 - Spring West

Good parenting happens in the moment and on the spot and YOU can do it! Read some simple tips in, “I Want to Get it Right,” featured in this month’s magazine!

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Thank you to everyone that made our first annual Pink Lemonade stand a success! Our stand raised funds for Breast Cancer Awareness and was run by our students. They learned how to give back and had a blast doing so 💕 🍋 🌸

All week long we have been participating in activities for Breast Cancer Awareness. Yesterday we had a Pink Out Ice Cream Social! 🍦 💕

Don’t forget to submit your pumpkins for our annual decorating contest! You have until October 28th. All submissions will be voted for on our FB page and winners will be announced Friday, October 30th. 🎃 check out a few of our latest submissions below!

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Smarter Child Magazine October 2020 - Spring West

There’s a lot of sweets circulating this time of year! Pumpkin recipes and candy are everywhere you look! Take a break from the sugar with this fun snack recipe that will be as fun to make as it is to eat! Find out how to make Fruity Yogurt Bark in this issue of Smarter Child Magazine.

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The joy of cooking with young children has multiple rewards. On one hand, it creates valuable time together, and on the other hand, it teaches self-reliance and creativity. It is also the perfect time for practicing language skills and building vocabulary, so why not focus on the language of being polite? While using this delicious fruit yogurt bark activity to measure, mix, and observe cause and effect, help your child also experience the impact of polite manners. #kidsrkidsLiteracy

Connection: Time to Say Please by Mo Willems reinforces the basics of polite conversation with please, thank you, excuse me, and more. It is a joyfully illustrated story about using respectful manners in real-world situations that children can relate to. The story and illustrations instill good sense and use fun for important social skills…because everyone loves nice manners!

Materials:
– Bowl
– Spoon
– Baking Pan
– Lined Baking Sheet (wax paper or parchment paper)
– Frosting spatula or butter knife
Ingredients:
– 32 oz. of Plain Greek Yogurt
– Honey (optional)
– Vanilla Extract (optional)
– Fruit topping (whatever is seasonal) strawberries, peaches, etc.

Directions:
– Pour all yogurt into bowl.
– Add 2 tablespoons of honey.
– Add 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract.
– Mix all ingredients well.
– Pour ingredients evenly onto baking pan & wax paper.
– Spread evenly across the pan.
– Top with your favorite fruit.
– Freeze for up to 2 hours.
– Cut into squares.
– Put extra squares into plastic zip bag and store in freezer.

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This is a DIY craft that will transport an ordinary day into an afternoon of fun and adventure! And there are plenty of ways to help develop your child’s finger and hand strength with cutting, stretching, drawing, and more. Then set sail on an adventure of the imagination that your child will surely want to share with a friend. #kidsrkids

Literacy Connection: Continue the theme of nice manners by highlighting the beauty of sharing with Llama Llama Time to Share by Anna Dewdney. The lesson of struggling to share a beloved item is simple when the theme rhymes with share, and that is… learning to care! Sometimes learning that sharing when you are ready can be the most fun.

Materials:
– 3 wine corks
– 2 thick rubber bands
– Toothpicks
– Craft foam sheet
– Scissors
– Hot glue (optional)

Directions:
– Rubber band together 3 corks turned sideways. (use hot glue to reinforce)
– Cut craft foam sheet into a triangle for the sail. Decorate as you desire.
– Use toothpick and poke a hole at the top and through the bottom of the sail.
– Stick toothpick into the middle cork.
– See how well your cork-boat floats.

Thank you Matthews & Dai for our dental presentation! 🦷 😬 🤗

Happy 4th Birthday Grace!

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Smarter Child Magazine October 2020 - Spring West

Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere! CLICK BELOW for the October edition of The SMARTER CHILD Magazine, which includes fun crafts, delicious recipes, and informative articles you will not want to miss! #kidsrkids

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