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
Wow, it’s already November! Happy Holidays! This month the theme is Thanksgiving and Transportation.
Let’s pack up and get ready because this month we are traveling around the world on cars, airplanes, and trains. We will be learning colors, numbers, days of the week, months of the year, letters, and will be doing arts and crafts. November is also about family and being thankful. We would love to have you bring a family picture to display.
It’s getting chilly outside. Please dress your child warm and don’t forget extra clothes! Take the time to clean out cubbies and take home unneeded items.
THANKSGIVING HOURS: We will close Wed, Nov 22nd at 6:30 and will re-open Mon, Nov 27th at 5:45 am.
Parents, please help us keep your children safe by using hand sanitizer when you enter the building and wash your child’s hands with soap and water. Do not bring your child to daycare if he is not well.
Reminder: Payment is due in advance for child care. We do not give credit for sick or unscheduled absent days. Always notify us of any change in your child’s attendance schedule or bus schedule
We are a nut free facility, so do not send any nuts or nut products with your child.
Please bring only water in your child’s water bottle. All toys and trading cards should be left at home.
Our center and several of our staff have achieved the All Means All Award for achievements in participating in the All Means All program and intentionally promoting an environment where all children are respected, valued, encouraged, and included.
Child Development Thoughts
In the first eighteen months after birth, an infant makes miraculous progress. In this relatively short time span, an infant sees her world through her senses. Babies gather information through touch, taste, smell, sight, and sound. To help infants mature and learn, the caregiver should stimulate but not overwhelm them. The overall goal is not to “teach” your baby but to interact and explore her world with her. Older infants are on the move. They take great pleasure in discovering what they can do with their voice, hands, feet, and toes