Wednesday, July 21, 2010

KinderCare Learning Centers Blog Tour

Not that long ago I was introduced to KinderCare Learning Centers. I saw them all over when we were traveling recently. I had heard of them, but not seen them because there is not one in our area.

KinderCare Learning Centers are for all sorts of children from infants through school-aged kids. They have 1600 centers nationwide and offer personalized care and education for children.  They have low teacher to student ratio, which as an educator I know it very important.

KinderCare Learning Centers specialize in age-appropriate activities and learning opportunities for Infants, Toddlers, 2 year olds, 3-4 year olds, prekindergarten and kindergarten, plus they offer before and after school care, enrichment programs and summer camps. They have over 40 years of experience in childcare and education, so you will have confidence that your children are in good hands.

A nationwide survey showed that 76% of parents are most concerned that their school of choice employs quality and passionate teachers and 80% want to know that their child is excited to take part in activities while at school. I know that I'm in those high percentages when it comes to my child. It is unfortunate that we don't have a KinderCare Learning Center here for me to check out (that's what it's like living in a smaller town). It sounds like just the place for my son. He is 4 years old and will be entering kindergarten in just over a year from now. So far he's only been under my care. When I send him off to school, I want to know that it's the right fit for him. He's a bright kid, and I want to make sure that his learning is taken seriously. And most of all I want him to be in a safe, loving, friendly environment.

Be sure to check out KinderCare Learning Centers website to learn more about what they can provide for you and your family. You can also check to see where the nearest center is to you.


*I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of KinderCare Learning Centers and received a gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate.*

1 comments:

Audrey said...

My son who is now 15 years old attended Kindercare from the time he was three until he turned seven. It was a great experience for him. He was safe and everyday was a good day.