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At Kinder Village, teaching is aimed at nurturing the whole child. We provide activities that develop the mind, body, and spirit. We see ourselves as supportive partners of parents in nurturing children. Our center is grounded in the following philosophies of early childhood development:


  • Children who have positive self-images are healthier and happier.

  • Children who are respectful and caring in their relationships with other children and adults are better adjusted.

  • Children who are healthy, both physically and mentally, can grow up strong and happy.

  • Children who expand their concepts and ideas about the works will accept others differences.

  • Children who are curious and want to learn will become creative and well educated adults.

  • Children must learn to be independent; childhood is a journey to adulthood.

Children are accompanied by elders and staff on a morning walk to the park.
Intergenerational Programming

The children will have regular interactions with the elders and residents of Episcopal Homes. During this interaction time, the children engage in actives supervised by both the childcare center teachers and Episcopal Homes' staff. The intergenerational activities include story time, outdoor playtime, art activities, playing games, reminiscing about the past, and learning about the future.

Next Steps:


Kinder Village highly recommends that parents and child tour our center to see the classrooms, meet the teachers, learn about the curriculum, and ask questions. You are welcome to visit during normal business hours. 

child care field trip at the zoo
See what your little one is up to with Daily Connect!



Teachers use a software tool called Daily Connect to keep you informed of your child’s daily activities and to provide you with updates and announcements. Visit or visit your app store to download the Daily Connect app. There is a one-time fee for the application but we feel it’s well worth the investment. 

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