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Our Classrooms

At Kids’ World Learning Center we group the children according to chronological age and developmental level. We believe that all children progress at different rates and strive to challenge each child while stressing success.

Tiny Baby Room:

  • The infants in this classroom begin at the age of 4 weeks.
  • Infants stay in this classroom until capable of intentionally moving to reach a person or a toy.
  • Our policy is to “hold them, hug them, and let them know that we care.”
  • We sing to these infants, play music, read books and talk quietly to each infant throughout the day.
  • These babies are held for all feedings!
  • All of our Tiny Babies have their own individually assigned crib and we encourage parents to supply items from home to make it feel familiar and cozy.
  • Individual schedules recommended by parents are followed! It is our desire to offer outside playtime in the spring, summer and fall.
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Crawler Room:
  • The infants in this classroom are capable of intentionally moving to reach a person or a toy.
  • Our policy is to “hold them, hug them, and let them know that we care.”
  • We sing to these infants, play music, read books and talk quietly to each infant throughout the day. We teach babies sign language, do arts and crafts, and have an informal circle time.
  • These babies are held for all bottles.
  • High chairs are used for spoon-feeding after pureed foods are introduced at home.
  • All of our Crawlers have their own individually assigned crib and we encourage parents to supply items from home to make it feel familiar and cozy.
  • Individual schedules recommended by parents are followed!
  • It is our desire to offer outside playtime in the spring, summer and fall.
  • The children have many opportunities to play and gain social skills throughout the day.
Young Toddler Room:
  • The babies in this classroom are steady on their feet when walking.
  • Our policy is to “hold them, hug them, and let them know that we care.”
  • We sing to these infants, play music, read books, and talk quietly to each infant throughout the day. We teach babies sign language, do arts and crafts, and have an informal circle time.
  • These babies are held for all bottles.
  • We have a special table with built-in seats that is used for their mealtimes.
  • While some of these children are still eating pureed foods, others are transitioning to table foods. We work with the parents in order to offer consistency from home to daycare.
  • All of our Young Toddlers have their own individually assigned crib and we encourage parents to supply items from home to make it feel familiar and cozy. It is in this classroom that we work with the parents to transition a child from a bottle to a sippy cup. Kids’ World provides milk, juice and water from cups often to help with the weaning process.
  • We also work on the transition from individual schedules to a group schedule. However, we realize that this transition may take time; therefore, if a child is asleep during a meal we save the food and feed a child upon awakening.
  • These children are taken outside to play during the day.
  • The children have many opportunities to play and gain social skills throughout the day.
  • A child is ready to move to the next classroom once he/she has reached a minimum of 16 months of age, is taking one nap daily after lunch and is no longer on the bottle.
Old Toddler Room:
  • The babies in this classroom are comfortable walking and running.
  • Our policy is to “hold them, hug them, and let them know that we care.”
  • We sing to these toddlers, play music, read books, do arts and crafts, have Circle Time and talk individually with each child throughout the day.
  • This classroom is a bottle-free zone! Children are offered milk, juice and water from sippy cups often throughout the day!
  • The children in this classroom are on the same schedule daily in order to facilitate a child’s need for repetition.
  • These children are given the opportunity to play outside numerous times throughout the day.
  • The children remain in this classroom until 24 months of age. (Exception: Just prior to a child’s second birthday each parent is given the opportunity to sign a permission slip authorizing short visits to the two-year-old classrooms. The sole purpose of these visits is to aid in making the new environment feel safe and secure to each child.)
Hearts and Stars Classrooms:
  • The children in these classrooms are mostly two year olds.
  • They are on the same schedule each day, including an academic preschool time between the hours of 8:45 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. daily.
  • The children are introduced to colors, shapes, numbers and letter names.
  • They are introduced to new concepts during a daily Circle Time.
  • They have daily opportunities for individual attention, small group activities and large group activities. Listening skills, music, story time, arts and crafts, cooking projects, science, gross motor skills, fine motor skills and monthly themes are all included in their daily schedules.
  • Our two year olds nap on cots inside the classroom. Kids’ World provides sheets and blankets for the cots that have been individually assigned to each child.
  • The children have many opportunities to play and gain social skills throughout the day.
Three-Year-Old Preschool Classroom:
  • One classroom is set up to make it easier to facilitate potty training. The other is for the children who have successfully graduated out of diapers or pull-ups.
  • Children are involved in an academic preschool time from 9 a.m. - noon daily. During this time the children are involved in Circle Time. The children know that it is time for fun and learning when they come into the classroom at 9 a.m. daily. During this time the teacher reads books, teaches finger plays and songs, reviews concepts that have previously introduced and introduces new concepts. Colors, shapes, numbers, counting, sorting, sequencing, letter names and sounds, listening skills, music, story time, arts and crafts, cooking projects, science, gross motor skills, fine motor skills and monthly themes are all included in their daily schedules.
  • We provide opportunities to go into special classrooms, including the dramatic play room and the work/job room. *(life skills)
  • Our three-year-olds nap on cots inside the classroom. Kids’ World provides sheets and blankets for the cots that have been individually assigned to each child.
  • The children have many opportunities to play and gain social skills throughout the day.
  • *Another favorite part of their day is SPARKS. That is the time they spend doing gross motor skills!
Pre-Kindergarten Classrooms:
  • Our pre-kindergarten children are challenged to prepare them for entering kindergarten the following year. However, we never forget the importance of self-esteem and always present the lessons so each child will individually feel successful!
  • While some children are working on colors, shapes, numbers and letter name recognition, others are working on advanced math concepts, pre-reading skills and beginning reading. Listening skills, music, story time, arts and crafts, cooking projects, science, gross motor skills, fine motor skills and monthly themes are all included in their daily schedules.
  • The pre-kindergarteners also have numerous opportunities throughout each week to go into our special classroom to do “Work-jobs.” This room gives each child the chance to work independently. They love it!
  • We provide opportunities to go into the dramatic play room.
  • *Another favorite part of their day is SPARKS. That is the time they spend doing gross motor skills!
  • Our pre-kindergarteners nap on cots inside the classroom. Kids’ World provides sheets and blankets for the cots that have been individually assigned to each child.
  • The children have many opportunities to play and gain social skills throughout the day.
  • In May of each year, Kids’ World has a Graduation Ceremony for the pre-kindergarteners. Parents, grandparents, siblings and friends all gather to celebrate with the children! It is amazing how much these little ones are capable of learning in such a short time!
School-aged Classrooms:
Many children attend public school and spend their other hours at Kids’ World. Many times we have had these children from the time they were a few months old and we get attached to the children as well as their families! Kids’ World transports these children to and from public school daily. From the time parents drop them off in the morning until they are picked up at night we strive to keep them busy!
  • We have computers in the classrooms with educational games to challenge them!
  • We offer arts, crafts, cooking, outdoor play, science and more!
  • During the summer months, the school-aged children are involved in academic review as well as numerous field trips. Many of our kids say they can’t wait to return to KWLC as a teacher someday! In fact, currently we have a teacher who began her young life here!
  • KWLC provides transportation to and from most local elementary schools in our safe 2011 Honda Odyssey.
  • Homework time is from 5-6 p.m. daily. Our teachers help those who need help and provide a quiet learning environment during this time.
We offer additional activity classrooms:

They consist of:

  • “Work-Job Classroom" that teaches Life Skills (Example pouring, measuring, washing, cleaning up after yourself.) 
  • "Dramatic Play Classroom" that includes the "Kids' World Marketplace" "Dress-Up Area" and the "Kids' World Restaurant" area as well as an area that rotates with a variety of activities like "A Vet Hospital," "A Community Helper area", etc.
  • "Theme of the Month Classroom" that is designed as a place for the children to explore and learn about the theme through books, puzzles, dramatic play, organized activity, crafts, science and teacher-directed activities. 
  • Some themes include "Community Helpers," "Farm Animals," "Ocean" and "Animal Habitats."

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Contact Information:
Kids' World Learning Center

Brittany Hamilton
Director, Kids' World Learning Center

Address:
2740 and 2800 La Loma Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

Phone:
(916) 363-2800

Fax:
(916) 363-2822


Parent Testimonials:

"This program is AWESOME! I can honestly say this is by far the best daycare/preschool/after school program you can ever hope for, when sending your kids out into the world and rely on teachers to take care of them! No need to worry when it comes to this center! They are always loving, caring, and fully engaged in your child's well-being! I trust, love, and respect all the work they do! My two girls have attended Kids' World Learning Center for over four years, and I can say I AM A PROUD PARENT OF KIDS' WORLD!"
-Malessa

"My kids have been going to Kids' World for four years. The facilities are always clean, the teachers are gentle, caring, and sweet and my daughters love them all! I loved KWLC so much, there was no doubt what childcare I was going to use when I had my second daughter. The facilities are so good and all the teachers there eased my mind when it came to determining if I was going to use the facilities for my infant child! I have no complaints! My daughters, ages 5 and 2, love the school and the teachers, and I'm right along with them!"
-Janiah Y