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.
We’re always all in favor of any opportunity to celebrate and learn, and Presidents’ Day is a great holiday to do both with your child! While Valentine’s Day is the oft-celebrated holiday of February, Presidents’ Day can also be a lot of fun to share and observe with your little one. Presidents’ Day is aRead more
After the death of a loved one and going through the first steps of talking to your toddler about a death, there are often funeral services that will be held to memorialize the person. The time immediately after a person passes away can be a whirlwind of emotions and things to do, and it canRead more
Death may be a normal and expected part of the circle of life, but it is almost never an easy thing to experience or talk about, and often comes suddenly and without warning. It can be a big experience for a toddler when they encounter death for the first time. Whether it’s a parent, spouse,Read more
New Year’s Eve often has connotations with staying up late, partying, maybe cutting loose and getting a little crazy to ring in the new year, and having to find a sitter or else not going out or celebrating the New Year festivities. But just because you have kids doesn’t mean you can’t still celebrate inRead more
Live in Chicago but itching to hit the slopes with the kids this year? Are they finally old enough to get started on skis or a snowboard? Chicago itself may not have ski lifts, but there are a good selection of resorts a short day trip away. So grab the family and your chosen methodRead more