100 South Bedford Road
Mt Kisco, NY 10549
Phone: (914) 244-1100
Monday thru Friday
7:00am - 6:30pm

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Our Staff

Kaleidoscope is staffed by dedicated and nurturing care providers who will assist your child to become self-confident, an inquisitive learner, and an independent decisions maker. Our staff attends continuous training in child and program development and safety which includes Infant, Child CPR, Shaken Baby Syndrome and Child Abuse and Maltreatment. Kaleidoscope is a MAT trained facility, which enables us to administer medication with the proper documentation from the parent and a doctor. Our staff is professional, energetic, loving and fun, which creates an amazing and exciting place to be!

 

Programs

Our

 
Infants
8 weeks to 18 months
  • stimulating and developing

  • developing small motor skills

  • developing hand-eye coordination

  • discovering cause and effect

  • forming close relationships & nurturing skills

  • stimulating curiosity and creativity

  • developing a love for books

 
Toddlers
18 weeks to 3 years
  • getting along with others

  • exploring cause and effect

  • participating cooperatively in a group

  • thinking creatively to solve problems

  • understanding size, weight and number concepts

  • developing self-help skills

  • engaging in imaginative play

  • grouping objects in categories

 
Preschoolers
3 years
  • social/emotional skills: learning acceptable values and behaviors and becoming a competent and responsible person

  •  physical skills: developing gross and fine motor skills

  • cognitive skills: refers to the mind and how it works

  •  language skills: includes understanding and communication through words
    spoken and written

  • playing cooperatively with other children

  • sharing, taking turns and assuming his/her group responsibility

  • following directions

  • completing each task

  • taking pride in his/her work

  • developing fine motor strength to hold a writing utensil with the proper grip

  • exposure to letters and numbers

  • letter sounds

  •  early literacy skills

 
4 YEARS
PRE-K
  • social/emotional skills: learning acceptable values and behaviors and becoming a competent and responsible person

  • physical skills: developing gross and fine motor skills

  •  cognitive skills: refers to the mind and how it works

  • language skills: includes understanding and communication through words spoken and written

  • playing cooperatively with other children

  • working collaboratively in a group

  • sharing, taking turns and assuming his/her group responsibility

  • following directions

  •  completing each task

  •  taking pride in his/her work

  • tracing and writing upper and lowercase letters and numbers

  • letter sounds and recognition

  • phonemic awareness

  • learning about graphs and VENN diagrams

  • working one on one with a teacher to enhance literacy skills

  •  exposure to site words

  •  Kindergarten preparation

 
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