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Week of the Young Child™

Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).This national event recognizes the importance of early childhood education and programs by focusing public attention on the needs of young children and their families. Now more than ever we know the importance of children’s earliest […]

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New Locations are Coming Soon!

Kiddie Academy is coming to a community near you, for information regarding any of these locations please call or visit: West Caldwell, NJ - (973) 227-4382; kiddieacademy.com/westcaldwell   Naperville, IL – (630) 416.8000; kiddieacademy.com/naperville O’Fallon, MO - (636) 265-3444; kiddieacademy.com/ofallon  Roseville, CA – (916) 789-1122; kiddieacademy.com/roseville   

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Lily Russ, 1, and Brenlyn Madison, 1, play Thing One and Thing Two at Kiddie Academy of Lakewood Ranch.

Kiddie Academy in the News!

Check out some great coverage on both the national and local level for Kiddie Academy this week! Richard Peterson, vice president of education for Kiddie Academy Educational Child Care, was featured in WeGotKidz , Dada Rocks, and Motherhood Later Than Sooner where Mr. Peterson provided five educational lessons a child can learn from having a […]

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Kiddie Academy® Opens in Washington D.C.- West End

  Kiddie Academy®, a nationally recognized provider of comprehensive education-based child care programs, has just opened its newest location in Washington, D.C. For more than 30 years the company has been successful with combining learning with child care, said Milena Mattingly, Franchise Owner of Kiddie Academy of D.C.- West End, located at 1227 25th Street, NW. “Our […]

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Car Seat Recalls

You may have heard about car seat recalls in the last few weeks.  The most recent recall was published on February 13, 2014. Engineers are working hard to ensure that cars and car seats are designed to keep kids as safe as possible. Safe Kids Worldwide provides the following tips  to ensure that your most […]

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Kiddie Academy of Silver Spring Township Featured

Only Kiddie Academy provides the kind of care that focuses on days filled with learning and fun, the key ingredients of our Life Essentials® curriculum. We are also a nationally networked franchise, which ensures strict standards and a consistent experience for all children and a great business opportunity for entrepreneurs. The Sentinel recently published a great article featuring Kiddie Academy of Silver Spring […]

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Eco-Friendly Kids Activities

10 Family-Friendly Earth Day Activities

Looking for ideas for celebrating this year’s Earth Day with your family? Here’s a list of 10 eco-friendly family activities compiled by the Kiddie Academy education team: Involve your children in finding ways to repurpose things you already own before you purchase new items. Ask your children to help you gather gently used items and […]

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“The Moment I Knew…” Photo Contest!

There is a moment in every parent’s life where she witnesses her child displaying the behavior she’s been so desperately trying to teach them, such as an act of kindness or patience or appreciation. All of these also happen to be the values Kiddie Academy teaches through our Character Education program. This “moment” is the foundation behind our […]

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Trick-or- Treating Just Got Educational

Halloween is getting a bad rap—we’ve assumed it’s all costumes and candy with a splash of historical reference. But we’ve just found a way to sneak a little education into trick-or-treating with counting candy! Who knew, right?!? Check out this math activity that your child can do post trick-or-treating. And we don’t mean, “one for them, […]

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Filtering for your Children

It happens when we least expect it. You’ve got the TV on in the background while you play Legos with your seven year old and a program begins on the 9/11 Memorial, and he asks, “What’s 9/11?” Your response? “Uhhh…well…it stands for September 11th… and umm, a few years before you were born…a long time […]

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