Play dough is sure to be a memory your child takes with them when they leave Kids’ Co-op! It’s a tool our teachers use to help with prewriting skills, fine and gross motor development, introducing letters, color recognition, and sensory play to name a few things!Read More
What is pre-reading? How do children learn to read? What should they be learning in preschool? Pre-reading is also defined as Literacy Socialization, which consists of two items: phonological awareness and print knowledge.Read More
Healthy brain function and development require good overall nutrition.
There aren’t any foods that can make children smarter, but making good food choices can definitely set them up for success. What children eat affects focus and cognitive skills. So, they must eat a healthy diet to make sure their brain has all the nutrients it needs to work properly.Read More
Incorporating scientific concepts and nature into play is an art form our teachers are very skilled in. These experiences set up the foundation for learning more complex concepts as our children get older, those “coat hooks” we’ve written about in past blogs. Science, discovery, and exploration are fun at Kids’ Co-op.Read More
We’re flashing back to our annual fall fundraising event, the Learning is Child’s Play 10k/5k/1mi Race. This year it was held at a beautiful location: Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs. The children were able to walk, or attempt to race, their one mile while the diehards ran a 10k or 5k.Read More