Kiddie Tech Childcare and Early Learning Center is an early learning facility licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. We have programs for children from ages 6 weeks to 6 years of age. We also offer a school age program from the middle of June until the middle of August.
At Kiddie Tech, we provide stimulating activities that promote the development and self-esteem of each individual child. With emphasis on whole child development, our curriculum not only focuses on intellectual and physical development, but also the ability to get along with others, to share and to explore new things during their work or play. Our dedicated and trained staff know that play is a child's work.
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What We Do
At Kiddie Tech Childcare and Early Learning Center, our staff would like each child to become aware of his/her own feelings and his/her right to express those feelings in an appropriate way. Each child will learn how to make choices through self-selected activities, and work all areas of development in our child-centered curriculum. Opportunities for further learning and exploration are provided through the Early Childhood Education program and its state approved volunteers.
Each age group has its own schedule that reflects each individual child's needs. Infants will follow their own individualized schedule. These schedules are to be supplied by the parents at the time of enrollment. Infant schedules are to be updated as changes occur in their diet and sleep patterns.
The philosophy of Kiddie Tech Childcare and Early Learning Center is to maximize every child's chances for success. We are aware that children are thinking, moving and feeling individuals. We provide a stimulating and nurturing environment, which promotes each child's development, self-esteem and respect for others. This is accomplished by viewing each child as an important and special individual.
- To provide a clean and safe, state-of-the-art, developmentally appropriate environment
- To provide each child a sense of constancy and nurturing, individual care
- To help children explore and verbalize feelings both individually and with others
- To stimulate the learning processes promoting the development of the whole child
- To provide an environmental of stimulation in the areas of social, perceptual, motor and thinking skills
- To remember that discovery and play is a child's work