Congratulations!

Congratulations Classes of 2017!

       Congratulations on an amazing year of learning and growth!  We wish you all a wonderful summer, and we hope to see you at Summer Camp!

     The last day of Preschool and Kindergarten is Friday, June 16th.  Summer Camp begins on Monday, June 19th.  Please watch your email inbox for your 2017-18 Preschool/Kindergarten Final Enrollment Packet to arrive by early August.  Please note that the final “Hump Day Lunch” of the school year occurred on Wednesday, June 14th.  “Hump Day Lunches” will resume in the Fall, with the new school year.

 

 

June Show & Tell

SEL (“EQ”) Show & Tell
Monday & Tuesday, June 12th & 13th
“Celebrating Our Childhood”

       International Children’s Day began in 1925 and is still celebrated in many places around the world today.  It is a day to show respect for and celebrate childhood.  Here at Kinder Works, we are going to celebrate it all month long!  We will look at children all around the world, remember our EQ projects that helped those in need, and think of ways to continue helping.  So as we prepare for Show and Tell this month, we would like to honor our own children, and all that they have experienced during this school year.  As our school year comes to an end and we celebrate childhood, it is important for us to remember that children learn through play, exploration, and imagination!

     Ask your child to remember and share some of his or her most joyful experiences from this past school year.  They can draw a picture, share a favorite photo, or bring in an object that represents their fondest memory to share with their classmates during this month’s Show and Tell.

2 Weeks Until Summer Camp!

Reminder: Summer Camp Registration
The last day of Preschool & Kindergarten is Friday, June 16th; on Monday, June 19th, Summer Camp 2017 begins!

       Online Registration for our 2017 Kinder Works Summer Camps is open!  You can sign up for Camp Kinder Works (sports, swimming, art studio and game room) at our Doylestown location, and/or Digital/Arts Summer Camp (movie production, visual arts, game room and outdoor fun) at our Montgomeryville or Limerick locations.

       And don’t forget our Summer Camp Thank You Bonus! Get $250 (and our thanks) for every new family that you refer to Kinder Works. Don’t miss out on the summer fun!

June 2017 Theme

Blooming FlowersOur June Theme:
Celebrating Childhood

     The World Conference for the Well-Being of Children in Switzerland proclaimed June 1st to be International Children’s Day in 1925.  It is still celebrated on various days in many places around the world, to promote mutual exchange and understanding among children, and to initiate action to benefit and promote the welfare of the world’s children.  It is a day to show respect for and celebrate childhood.

     Here at Kinder Works, we are going to celebrate it all month long!  We will look at children all around the world, remember our EQ projects that helped those in need, and think of ways to continue helping.  Of course, we will also honor our own children, and all that we’ve accomplished during this school year.

May Preschool/Kindergarten Photos

Please enjoy pictures of our Honey Bears in Creative Expression!


Please enjoy pictures of our Pandas in
Gym & Music!


Please enjoy pictures of our Koalas in
Math & Science!


Please enjoy pictures of our Sun Bears in
Language Arts!

May Show & Tell

SEL (“EQ”) Show & Tell
Thursday & Friday, May 25th & 26th
“Healthy Earth, Healthy Me”

       This month, our children are learning that Earth is our home, and we all live on it together.  Every element that we share: air, earth, the sunlight, the forest, the animals… we all need to take care of these things.  We can keep everything healthy by helping each other, caring for and appreciating all living things.  What makes the Earth healthy?  Does music help bring harmony?  Does kindness resonate with animals?

     Ask your child what he or she does to contribute to the health, harmony, and happiness of living things.  Think about how you sit with your cat, or run with your dog.  Think about sitting outside in the twilight, listening to the rustling trees after the rain: remember that we need to water our gardens.  As the stars come out, we may realize we are a small part of something vast.  Perhaps we can draw a picture of our family under the night sky, and come closer to understanding this.  Perhaps there is a photo of the ocean or mountains you have visited that brings you appreciation of nature.  Or perhaps you can celebrate foods that are grown locally on neighboring farms.  Send your little one to school with an idea or artifact of how he or she celebrates, appreciates, and cares for life on Earth.