Our mission is to provide quality education in a safe, secure, happy and healthy environment.

We strive for professionalism by providing love, guidance, positive reinforcement, and constant communication to meet the individual needs of every family. Our ultimate goal is to be partners with families, teachers, staff, and children to promote a love for learning.

Our Educational Programs


Our Infant room has been specially designed to create a warm and secure environment for infants. From the peaceful sleeping area to the big rocking chairs where babies are held and fed their bottles, babies at Kids’ Corner Child Development Center have a very special place. Teachers enrich the routine and environment with language, sensory experiences, and opportunities for exploration, the infants are exposed to stimuli that help develop their young minds. This environment will set the stage for their education success in their futures.

  • Teachers spend lots of time cuddling and talking to babies to instill trust and to provide a healthy learning environment.
  • Our Infant Room includes a play area full of stimulating toys and books where babies are encouraged to develop at their own pace.
  • Teachers sing songs and read stories to encourage language acquisition, and they pass balls and play games to develop motor skills.
  • Infants learn to express their thoughts or needs without regard to their language ability.

Infants are unique and have their own patterns for play, feeding and sleeping. We use these patterns as our guide to introduce daily activities that will prepare your infant for life. Our highly trained teachers and staff offer a nurturing and creative environment for infants to develop their bodies and minds. We are committed to making this first transition away from home easy and natural for you and your child.


Energetic teachers plan activities in a very happy learning environment to encourage toddlers to feel free to explore the world around them. During this time, learning takes place at an accelerated rate. Toddlers make great developmental strides. They go from taking their first steps to potty-training and our teachers are right there to support them in a fun and active environment.

In order to provide toddlers with the consistency and routine they must have, teachers plan days filled with a balance of music and movement quiet activities, running, and lots of outdoor gross motor activities. Learning Centers for imaginary play, blocks and puzzles, creative art and lots of books are always open for discovery.

  • Teachers emphasize social growth through circle time with stories and songs incorporated into each day to encourage language skills.
  • Toddlers practice self-help skills including hand washing, picking up their toys and sharing with their friends.
  • Daily whole group instruction promotes social skill development.
  • Balance of nurturing, playtime and learning throughout the day.
  • Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities and experiences.
  • Development of confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning.
  • Learning areas focused on dramatic play, creative arts, language and sensory exploration.
  • Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child´s day


Children at this age are curious about the world around them. They are busy exploring their environment and learning to communicate their thoughts. While they begin to exert their independence, they are also gaining a better understanding of group play. Your child will build skills and confidence through games, songs, movement and art. Sharing, cooperating and taking turns teaches your child the importance of being a team player.

  • Daily small-group instruction which promotes skill development
  • The perfect balance of nurturing, learning and playtime
  • A variety of activities that support learning concepts for this age group
  • Encouragement and support that lead to confidence, self-esteem and a love of learning
  • Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child´s day


At Kids’ Corner Child Development Center, Preschoolers are introduced to cognitive skills like sequencing and matching, social skills in similarities and diversity and language art skills such as storytelling and process-writing.

A preschooler´s world opens up in new ways as children improve coordination, learn complex games, and begin to interact more with others.

Children also practice their decision making as they navigate from center to center. Learning Centers encourage self-reliance and provide opportunities for children to develop their self confidence.     

  • Visits to local museums and libraries, from community helpers, doctors and theatrical productions are incorporated into the classroom to provide a real-world learning experience.
  • Computers are an everyday component of the preschool classroom and allow children to practice their new skills.
  • Observation-based assessments that demonstrate progress
  • Thematic units that encourage curiosity, self-direction and confidence
  • Math and science skills heightened through hands-on experiences
  • Portfolios to collect your child´s work and capture their unique creative expression
  • Small group instruction throughout the day
  • Regular communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child´s day


Prekindergarten is a critical time for children. Every day your child is learning and doing more, and here at Kids’ Corner we use this time to find ways to enhance and refine the skills that they are using. Our loving, experienced teachers are dedicated to providing a rich, nurturing environment that will prepare your child for kindergarten. We promote independence in an organized atmosphere, as it is increasingly important for children to be their own thinkers. We also teach children to work well within a group through listening, sharing and cooperation.

  • They have daily small group instruction in Math, Science & Social Emotional/Social Studies, Writing, Language Arts, and Expression of the Arts
  • Whole-group activities to develop social skills
  • Development of a stronger vocabulary through letters and sight words
  • Further independent, creative learning through hands-on experiences
  • Daily communication between teachers and parents to keep you informed about your child´s day
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