Kinderberry Hill strives to promote academic excellence for the children in our care. As an enhancement to our curriculum, children receive second language, music appreciation, and physical education classes taught by professionals who join our team weekly.
Special programs such as computer, karate, and gymnastic lessons may be offered at an additional charge. Attendance in these programs is optional and program choices may vary by center.
Kinderberry Hill's music enrichment program offers children (beginning in our infant classrooms) an opportunity to be exposed to and experiment with a variety of multicultural music (including instruments, songs, dances, sounds, and rhythms) in a fun environment. Recent research shows that early music experiences help children develop concentration, discipline, self-esteem, confidence, and intelligence.
Kinderberry Hill's Spanish enrichment program offers children (beginning in our infant classrooms) an opportunity to learn the Spanish language in a relaxed and creative environment with activities designed to build self-esteem and promote literacy and language recognition. Our Spanish teachers serve as positive role models as each child gains social and emotional growth, learns through experience and discovery, and develops awareness of diverse cultures.
Kinderberry Hill's fitness enrichment program offers children (beginning in our toddler classrooms) an opportunity to learn about health and fitness with fun and positive lesson plans. The program introduces fitness concepts through music and movement, cardiovascular activities (including exercise, nutrition, and body awareness), and making healthy lifestyle choices. As educators, we can positively model and reinforce healthy life choices.
Kinderberry Hill's sign language enrichment program offers children (beginning in our infant classrooms)
the benefits of learning American Sign Language in a relaxed environment. Our teachers use a combination
of hand signs and spoken words in a variety of activities to maximize the learning experience of each child.
Infant development research indicates that babies have control over their hands long before they develop
fine motor skills required for speech. By teaching infants as early as eight months old to sign, more and
more parents and caregivers are experiencing the many benefits of this method of early communication.
Kinderberry Hill has partnered with Curious Minds
for exploring science through imagination and investigation. Curious Minds empowers children to learn science while having fun. The curriculum engages the whole brain through the inquiry science method of teaching. Preschool-age children are building a foundation for future learning and scientific understanding. Their curiosity makes this the perfect time to answer questions and help them create an understanding of how the world works. Beginning in our pre-kindergarten program, all enrolled children will attend Curious Minds enrichment classes once per month..