Brad S. Bahn

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“My daughter has been attending Kids’ Work on a part-time basis since September 2014. She looks forward to each day she spends there. Due to the attentive and caring atmosphere created by Sierra’s staff, she has blossomed not only in her academic skill set, but also has seen tremendous growth in her interactions with others her age. She will be well-prepared and confident when she enters kindergarten next year; Kids’ Work has definitely played a pivotal role in her development.

I highly recommend their curriculum to all parents seeking a safe, positive & effective learning environment for their children.

Sincerely,

Brad S. Bahn
Chicago, IL”

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Brad Baumgarten

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“As 2 working parents we agonized about the decision about what to do with our son after he was born. Nanny share? Au pair? Daycare? Ultimately we chose Kids work daycare and we have been very happy with our choice. If you choose daycare you will have rough spots–your kid will get sick a lot in that first year. But ultimately, after 2 years and 3 different classrooms at Kids Work (infant, 1 year old and toddler), we feel we made the right decision in childcare.

The overwhelming positives of choosing Kids Work are the following:
1. First and foremost we’ve always felt like the staff in every one of our son’s classrooms truly cared about him. As a parent that means so much to you, feeling like the staff holds your baby enough and hugs him. Then as he gets older teaches him and plays with him. They have a real connection that goes beyond a job that feels like they really love my son.
2. They teach your children. I think this is a huge advantage of a professional daycare like Kids Work over a home day care or nanny. At 2 years old our son can count, sing songs, and does art projects and this is all things he’s learned almost exclusively at Kids Work. We feel when it comes to Kindergarten and first grade our son will enter with leg up having already learned so much starting so early at Kids Work.
3. The social interaction is good at Kids Work with both teachers and other children. We’ve gotten our son involved in classes outside of Kids Work like soccer or swimming and we can’t help but notice how much better our son is at following an adult’s instructions than other kids that haven’t been in daycare. I don’t think this is because our son is exceptional, I think it’s because he’s had practice.

Overall I would feel confident telling anybody and everybody I know that I wholeheartedly endorse Kids Work. They’re professional, responsible and most importantly they care about the children and show them the love they need. We’re moving soon and if we could we’d take Kids Work with us to our new home because we’ve been so happy with how they’ve treated our son.”

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Helena Lefkow

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Kids’ Work provides a warm, safe, and enriching environment that not only accepts but values the unique nature of each child. Kids’ Work brought light back to our son’s face after a difficult experience at another preschool. When I told the staff at Kids’ Work that he still had accidents and wasn’t completely potty-trained, fully expecting to be scolded as we were at our previous school, the response was, “of course he does, he’s only three!” I knew right then it would be a wonderful fit not only for our son, but for us as parents. Today, he lights up when it’s time to go to school, and he doesn’t want to stop playing when it’s time to go home. There are no words to describe how grateful we are to have our happy, loving child back. Thank you!

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Laura Gibbons

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“We have been a part of the Kidswork family since 2010, and love it. The administrators and teachers are wonderful, and truly love my children. My husband and I refer to Kidswork as “school” not daycare, due to the outstanding early childhood education they provide. Our oldest is now in Kindergarten and is thriving. “

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David Lee

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“The only place I’ve visited where I think they take better care of my kid than I could do on my own! They share pics of my kid multiple times of the day and provide a level of stimulation and social interaction that I simply could not do myself. She has already learned so much. I wish I could be there to learn some of the songs myself and splash in the sensory table. One of the best decisions we ever made for our child, and for us. “

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Christina Lanzona

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“Kids’ Work has given my son the most invaluable gift, the gift of learning! He has been at Kids’ Work for roughly a year and he has really blossomed into a little person I didn’t know was possible. He is 2 years old and is able to sing songs, count to 20, and knows the entire alphabet. He has enhanced his social skills by sharing activities and toys with others his own age. The teachers also give me such detailed updates that I am just amazed what they accomplish each day. “

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Maren Dobson

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“Kids’ Work is such a special place. When we were looking to place our 16 month old daughter in part-time daycare for the first time, I was very pessimistic after visiting several daycare centers in Chicago that just weren’t a good fit as they didn’t have a family, friendly feel and I was worried about the attention she would get. The second I walked into Kids’ Work I felt so comfortable, and they have the most amazing staff. It is privately owned which I love because it gives it a more personal, family feel. My daughter loves her class and all the teachers are so lovely and great with the children. I would recommend Kids’ Word to anyone without hesitation!”

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Rachel Warach

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“Kids’ Work is such a special place. The teachers and administrators know our whole family and we are always greeted warmly.
My son is a KWC alumnus and my daughter is about to “graduate”. I keep threatening to have another child just so our time at KWC can be extended.
Both my son and daughter learned and grew so much — both academically and socially and emotionally — during their time at Kids’ Work.
I highly, highly recommend Kids’ Work Chicago to anyone looking for a caring environment for their children.”

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Jennie Cady

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“We love Kids’ Work Chicago. They made transitioning back to work as a new mom (and dad) less stressful. We knew that our child was being given exceptional care and development was being fostered. Starting in the infant room they did more then just take care of our kid’s basic needs. They did art projects and music class. Those things continue, along with much more, as our child ages. I recommend Kids’ Work to all the new parents I know, since I can’t imagine taking our child anywhere else. “

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Lindsey Ciochina

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“We love Kids Work. The teachers, center admin and all who work there are awesome. Before sending our almost 2 year old to Kids Work, he had a nanny so we were concerned about his transition to being in a classroom of kids all day. At first he was very shy and a little nervous, but the teachers welcomed him every day, gave him great routines, and made him feel right at home. He has really blossomed socially and verbally since starting at Kids Work a little over 3 months ago. As an educator myself, I strongly recommend Kids Work. “

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