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Preschool Classes

Early Childhood Education For Children Ages 3 to 4

Our preschool classes throughout the Kansas City metro provide children and families with a calm, loving and serene atmosphere where independence and choices are encouraged and self-concepts are enhanced.

Additionally, we conscientiously strive to empower our students to learn self-discipline. We do this by creating and maintaining an environment where each child knows the expectations and limits.

At Kiddi Kollege, we know children learn best through hands-on experiences and exploring, which is why a typical day in our classrooms includes rich opportunities for pretend play, music, art, science, reading, and math activities!

We keep parents in the loop each day with frequent updates via Brightwheel, our messaging app!

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Preschool CurriculumPreschool Cirriculum

Kiddi Kollege Preschool Classrooms use a curriculum which is designed around expanding wonder and exploring new horizons. This child-centered program meets the specific needs of each individual child in key areas of development.

Along with our main curriculum, we have also developed an additional, supplemental curriculum which includes daily lesson plans, activities, and various themes for all key areas of development and for each age/classroom. We’re very proud of all we’ve created and nurtured throughout our 65+ years in the early educational field!

Classes and Educational Goals for Preschool Development

Kiddi Kollege teachers coordinate daily learning experiences that are appropriate to the developmental level of each of our children. The educational goals of the curriculum are to develop the following:

  • Self-esteem and Positive Self-image
  • Social Interaction skills
  • Self-expression and communication skills through music, storytelling, building blocks, and interpersonal communication
  • Creative expression through art, music and creative play
  • An awareness of physical fitness, good health and nutrition
  • Large Motor skills through body movement such as jumping, dancing, and outdoor play
  • Small Motor skills and language arts through writing, practicing with scissors/manipulatives
  • Intellectual growth by introducing the children to the world around them
  • Self-control, self-direction and independence
  • The practice of courteous behavior, moral values and respect for others
  • Positive discipline by REDIRECTING negative behavior to a positive behavioral outlet and praising positive behavior