Kiwi’s Clubhouse is perfect for infants as young as 8 weeks to children as old as 10!
Our infant spaces are designed specifically for children ages 8 weeks to 18 months who are just learning about their environments. Teachers are committed to helping each child feel comfortable during their stay. Your infant is given personal, loving attention and introduced to stimulating activities to promote both physical and emotional development. Because we want to be a support to parents, we follow parent schedules and instructions for feeding and sleeping. Ratio: 8 weeks to 12 months, 1 Caregiver to 5 Infants. 12 months to 18 months 1 Caregiver to 6 infants.
The Toddler Area is a place children ages 18 months to their 3rd birthday can explore and learn with hands-on activities that foster friendship skills and creativity. Age-appropriate lessons are provided as toddlers learn to follow directions and participate in group activities. Toddlers are encouraged to ask questions, use their imaginations and practice fine motor skills as they learn through play. Should the need for a nap arise, children will have a clean and comfortable cot available. Ratio: 1 Teacher to 7 Toddlers
The Junior Room features Kiwi’s amazing Clubhouse. Regardless of the weather outside, children ages 3 to 10 can climb, slide and gather together to share stories and play games. Here children can build new friendships and have lots of fun through exciting activities and creative play. At the table area children can create their masterpieces with a variety of art mediums, explore science concepts, engage in educational centers and play games. Ratio: 1 Teacher to 12 Juniors.
Meals and Snacks
We provide snacks for Toddlers and Juniors at 10:00am, 2:00pm and 4:00pm Monday through Friday.
- Lunch: Parents pack a prepared lunch for their children and it will be served daily at 12:10pm.
- (Children who are in attendance between the hours of 11:00am through 1:30pm must be provided with a lunch.)
Kiwi’s Clubhouse Meal Requirements.* All meals must contain:
1 Serving of Meat or a Meat Alternative
2 Servings of Fruits & Vegetables
1 Serving of Bread or Grain
1 Serving of Milk
Any meal that does not meet these requirements will be supplemented with food that is available at a center for a charge. Please note that we do not refrigerate or heat food. All meals must come ready to eat and if required in an insulated container.
Foods for Toddlers should be the size of a pea. Dice large items. Shred or chop meats & cheeses. Quarter round foods. Sample Meal:1 Slice Ham, ½ Slice Bread, Cooked Carrots, ¼ Orange, and Milk.
Foods for Children Ages 3-5 still need to be cut. Shred or chop meats into ½ inch pieces. Cut cheeses into ½ inch pieces. Halve round foods. Sample Meal: 1 Slice Turkey, 1 Slice Bread, 4 Celery Sticks, 1/2 Orange and Milk.