About Their Care,
Put Them In Our Care"
Welcome to Country Kids Childrens Center
Country Kids is a state licensed, locally owned and operated day care and preschool, serving the area for over 24 years. The friendly, caring staff strives to provide quality child care in a safe and nurturing environment that values the uniqueness of your child and strives to extend, reinforce, and compliment your child’s home and family life.
Country Kids is affordably priced and conveniently located across from Sand Hollow Aquatic Center and features a spacious indoor play area, outside playground, a separate fenced in, shaded play area for the infants and toddlers, and on-site splash pad. We have educational programs, organized field trips, and offer transportation to and from local schools. State assistance is welcomed.
- Educational Programs
- Organized Field Trips
- Splash Pad
- Nutritious Meals
- Large Play Structure with Soft Surfacing
Hurray! It’s March! Spring is right around the corner, and with it we are going to be talking a lot about the different things we can see “Up in the Sky.” We will be talking about weather and space, and other things we can find in the sky.
With the coming of warmer weather, please clean out your child’s cubby and bring in an extra set of clothes that is appropriate for the weather. Bring a blanket for quiet time, and a small pillow or cushion, if you would like.
Remember to use hand sanitizer when you enter the building. Wash your child’s hands with soap and water. Do not bring your child to daycare if they are ill. Everyone’s help is appreciated to prevent the spread of illness in our center and community.
Payment is due in advance for childcare. We do not give credit for sick or unscheduled absent days.
Spring Break for our local schools is Mar 13th through March 17th, and no school on Monday, March 20th. Hope everybody has a fun and safe spring break.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT THOUGHTS: Daylight Savings time is just around the corner and getting children to bed while it is still light outside can be a problem. Getting enough sleep will help children grow, stay healthy, and do well. Stick to a nightly bedtime routine. For example, a bath, brush teeth, listen to a story. Repeating the routine each night helps children recognize it’s time for sleep. Research shows that TV or video games close to bedtime can get kids wound up and keep them from sleeping.