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Kidz World November Newsletter

Hello and Happy November! This month is all about sharing, caring and all the wonderful things we are thankful for!  

There are 5 student birthdays this month. Happy Birthday to Lenny, Naomi, Braxton, Emma, and Grayson!

Week 1: Our sharing and caring week kicks off with a coat drive for Chloe's closet (the Chloe Randolph organization). We will have a box out front collecting coats of all sizes. 

Week 2: We will focus on things we are thankful for. There will be a thankful tree that students will place fall ornaments on with messages of appreciation. 

Week 3: Who comes to Thanksgiving? This week we will decorate placemats, have a Thanksgiving feast for lunch and also have a take home Turkey decorating contest.

Week 4: The story of thanksgiving. We will send a take home dessert for you to make with your child. The kids will play pin the feather on the turkey and do a gobble wobble down the halls. Reminder we will be closed the 25th and 26th this week. 

We can't wait to create more memories with our wonderful students and families. Thank you for all you do. 

Learning how to choose a licensed daycare for children can be a daunting task for parents. Using a set of guidelines can help parents evaluate various daycares and make the right choice. It also helps parents to plan a day when the whole family can visit the facilities and observe classroom activities designed for children their child's age. With a checklist and prepared questions, parents should be able to choose the facility that not only makes them most comfortable but that their child responds to most positively.


If your child is between the ages of three and six and attends a preschool or kindergarten program, the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) suggests you look for these 10 signs to make sure your child is in a good classroom.


Home and School Partnerships

It’s a new school year and what better time to talk about home and school partnerships. For the purposes of this article, the term “school” includes childcare centers, preschools, public, and private school systems. To build that relationship and make the partnership work, that requires effort, patience, and determination by the school and the home. Teachers, management, parents, grandparents… etc. must work together for the benefit of the child. Today, we will discuss some of the ways those partnerships are built and maintained. Read more


The Importance of Play in Early Childhood

“It is paradoxical that many educators and parents still differentiate between a time for learning and a time for play without seeing the vital connection between them.” -Leo F. Buscaglia

When we think of play in early childhood, often we do not consider that play is a learning experience. If you’ve ever sat and watched a child play, you can almost see the little wheels spinning in their heads. They bring this exuberance and excitement to their environment. They pull out a set of blocks and you just can’t wait to see what they create. Their minds flash upon images they have seen in storybooks, TV, and real-life. Then, they spend all this time building their masterpiece and want to tell you a story about their creation. Suddenly, in an instant, they turn around and knock the whole thing down and laugh. The destruction was just as exciting as the creation. Read more

Bible Verse of the Day

Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.

Ephesians 4:32

At Kidz World We Believe in Nourishing the Mind and Body with Good Nutrition!

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