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Our Programs

Provide Everything Your Child Needs


Infant Program: 0 to18 months

KKLC Infant program is designed for students ages 6 weeks to 18 months old. This is a year-round program.


Developmentally-appropriate educational activities are provided based on each child’s developmental level, and transitions occur based on the individual development and needs of each student. Teachers work with parents to transition students as they reach developmental milestones.


Toddler Program:
18 months to 36 months

KinderKids Learning Center, Inc. provides preschool instruction to students 18 months to 36 months. Our K2, K3, and K4 programs follow the nationally acclaimed, research-based Frog Street curriculum program.  


This program provides an integrated curriculum and differentiated instruction, so that students are exposed to material in a variety of ways to promote learning in ways that are best suited for each child. Additionally, our teachers incorporate STEAM activities into weekly lessons


Preschool Program: 3 years up to School Age

Private Preschool Program (3 to 4 year olds) 

Students 36 to 48 months receive instruction through Frogstreet’s Preschool Curriculum. This curriculum is a play-based curriculum in which students are immersed in learning organized into units of instruction and incorporating different methods for skill development. Students are active participants in the learning process and learn through a mixture of student-led and teacher-led instruction, both in the whole group and small group setting. Additionally, all students are taught social-emotional and self-regulation skills through Conscious Discipline techniques that promote health ways to express emotions, calming techniques, and conflict resolution.


First Class Pre K (4 year olds) 

Our OSR PreK program is a nationally recognized, state-funded PreK program. KinderKids Learning Center, Inc. is proud to be the first private child care provider on the Eastern Shore to be home to the program.

The program provides high-quality childhood experiences that prepare students for lifelong learning and success. Research has consistently shown that students participating in such programs are less likely to require intervention or repeat grades, score higher on achievement tests, and get higher paying jobs as adults.  


Registration begins in early Spring for students who turn 4 on or before September 1st. Registration is open to the public and will be advertised prior to the registration deadline. Students are selected through random drawing.

 Program Highlights include:

  • Follows Baldwin County Public School Calendar

  • Hours 7:45 to 2:30 daily

  • Research-based curriculum

  • Enrichment activities including STEAM, off-site field trips

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