2019-20 Priority Registration

Registration for the 2019-2020 School Year:
Registration for Preschool & Kindergarten begins Monday, April 8th

       It’s time to renew your child’s enrollment for the 2019-20 school year at Kinder Works.  As with previous years, you can complete your renewal online!

     Current Kinder Works clients have a one-week private registration period, in which you receive priority over the general public.  Private registration begins on Monday, April 8th and continues through Friday, April 12th.  We will email you the appropriate secure link today, Thursday, April 4th; please be sure to watch for your email!

     If you are not changing your schedule for Preschool, just submit the online renewal any time during the one-week registration period.  All current schedule renewals received within this period will be automatically confirmed.  **This also applies to Toddlers who are graduating into the Preschool Program.

     Renewals that request a change of schedule, and applicants for Private Kindergarten or Kindergarten Enrichment are taken on a first come, first served basis.  It is important for you to submit your enrollment renewal as soon as possible. Registration opens to the general public on Saturday, April 13th.

     Thank you for your cooperation in this process, and for choosing Kinder Works!


Snow Make-Up Days

Our Snow Make-Up Days

       Dear Kinder Works Parents,

     Pursuant to our Policies, we have 2 snow days to make up this year.  Therefore, Kinder Works will be open for all classes on Monday, April 2nd (previously Spring Holiday) and on Friday, April 27th (previously Parent-Teacher Conferences).  Parent-Teacher Conferences will be rescheduled, and details will follow soon.

     One of our snow make-up days should land on a Tuesday or Thursday, since that schedule lost 2 days.  However, we do not have a Tuesday or Thursday remaining in this school year to spare.  Therefore, we are giving those who have a Tuesday/Thursday schedule a free day during our Summer Camp season in the form of a voucher, which can be used whenever is convenient.  If you have this schedule, watch your email for a voucher, and for more information about our camp.

     As always, if you have any questions or concerns, we are here to serve you.  Just pop in and talk with us, or email us at kinderworksd@kinderworks.net, or call 215-348-8082.


December 2017 Theme & Calendar

Our December Theme:
The Polar Express


     All aboard!  The Polar Express is stopping at the Kinder Works Station this year!  It’s going to take us around the world, to see how the Winter Holidays are celebrated in other countries!

     First stop: France!  What are the children doing there at this time of year?  Shoes wait in front of the fireplace to be filled with treats, candles are lighted in the windows of the city, and mmm… do you smell la Buche de Noel and la Galette des Rois baking?


..But we must get back aboard the train for our next destination: Russia!  There, the big Winter celebration is the New Year.  That’s when ‘Grandfather Frost’ brings presents to children.  He is always accompanied by his Grand-daughter.  On New Year’s Eve, children hold hands, make a circle around the Christmas tree and call for these visitors.  When they appear, the star and other lights on the tree light up!

     …Back on the train for America, we will learn about Hanukkah, a different festival of light celebrated by Jewish communities all over the world.  Here at home, we’ll bring out the traditions of the elf on the shelf, carols, candy canes, Christmas trees, and more.  Our own Kinder Works classmates can introduce us to multi-cultural traditions as they tell how they celebrate the holidays at home.  Kinder Works celebrates with two annual traditions at this time of year: The Giving Tree, and Santa visits!

Our December calendar is below. Click on the image for a printable PDF!

September MTG Calendar

“Lucky” the Leprechaun Visits

“Lucky” the Leprechaun Visits
Thursday & Friday, March 16th & 17th

     Around St. Patrick’s Day each year, Lucky the Leprechaun travels from his home in Ireland, or ‘The Emerald Isle,’ all the way to Kinder Works!  He tries to trick us with “upside down antics” and leaves a glittery shamrock trail throughout our school.  We’ll find out if this shimmery path leads to his treasured pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!