Attn Parents: Due to the Covid19 pandemic, our hours have temporarily changed to 6am - 6pm (M - F). We apologize for any convenience and thank you for your continued support.
Kiddie Care Learning Center currently uses Opening the World of Learning. This comprehensive curriculum that covers all domains of early learning. This content of each unit is built around a carefully crafted daily routine within an activity-center day. Themes, skills and concepts are developed through quality children’s fiction and nonfiction trade books. The consistent format and features in every unit makes it easy for teachers to use and children to learn.
It's a fact: children learn better when they are engaged. Our approach is based on widely accepted research that indicates that children experience the deepest, most genuine learning when they are having fun. Highly trained teachers foster the cognitive and social development of each child by lovingly guiding the class through play-based activities. Young children who learn through play are more capable of making their own decisions, advocating for themselves and using creativity to solve problems as they grow.
Kiddie Care Learning Center is proud to be a part of the state’s voluntary First Class Pre-K Program. Alabama’s state-funded, high-quality and voluntary First Class Pre-K program was named the nation’s highest quality pre-kindergarten program ten years in a row.
Participants in this program must be Alabama residents and the child must turn 4 before Sept. 1, 2016. For more information on this program, please visit Alabama School Readiness Alliance. To add your child to the waiting list for Kiddie Care Learning Center First Class Prek Program, Schedule a Visit.
We pride ourselves on not just meeting the standards but exceeding them! Kiddie Care Learning Center is pleased to announce their participation in the Alabama Quality STARS Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). This system provides ratings to parents to show how childcare centers operate above the state minimum licensing requirements. It is designed to raise the bar of quality child care across Alabama.
This is voluntary program allow centers to receive between one and five stars based on STARS Standards in the areas of Staff Qualifications and Professional Development, Management and Administrative Practices, Learning Environment and Curriculum, and Family Involvement and Community Partnerships. Resources will be available and have been specifically designed to help center staff understand how to meet the STARS Standards.
For more information on this program, visit Alabama Quality Stars.
Kiddie Care maintains the following one star quality requirements: