At Kids’ Work, we are devoted to creating a nurturing, stimulating and accepting learning environment that provides children with the tools they need for future happiness and success. Our research based program incorporates a variety of educational theories while embracing the whole child and allowing for hands-on experiential learning.
Looking for some fun hoppenings to do with the family this Easter weekend? Hop on over to one of these fun Easter events and see if you can find some fun with hidden eggs, and of course everyone’s favorite – the Easter Bunny! Friday, April 14 Egg Hunt at Maggie Daley Park The best-known downtown park isn’tRead more
It’s finally warming up and the kids will be getting spring fever soon! Time to start that spring cleaning and shaking off the cabin fever of the winter. Here are a few fun spring activities you can do with your family: Go see Giggle, Giggle, Quack When Farmer Brown leaves on vacation and puts Bob,Read more
St. Patrick’s Day, March 17 every year, is always a fun holiday to celebrate with the kids. One of the most (in)famous traditions, of course, is to pinch anyone who’s not wearing green, but there are other fun and friendlier things you can do with the kids to have fun for the day. Here areRead more
One of the very best gifts you can give your child is the love of reading. Reading helps build vocabulary, broadens their horizons and imaginations, and can calm little minds before sleep. Reading also helps to strengthen the emotional bonds between you and your child when you engage in a ritual of reading, such asRead more
Valentine’s Day can be an overly-commercialized affair just about flowers, chocolates, and going out to a fancy, candle-lit dinner. Or it can be a great chance to enjoy time with the kids instead, if you get a little creative – and for many parents, going out for a romantic dinner isn’t really easily in the cardsRead more