2016 Humanitarian Haunt
It’s that time of year again! Kids Village is holding our annual Humanitarian Haunt on October 27-28 as an open house from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be games, t-shirts, boxed lunches, popcorn, cotton candy, and snow cones. There will also be a bake sale with delicious treats and goodies!
What We’ve Been Up To
- Teaching Children GratitudeGratitude is about more than an automatic “please” and “thank you” response when someone does something kind for you. Teaching children gratitude is about helping them learn to understand that in order to receive, someone else must give. It means when someone is does something for someone there is thought, effort, and sacrifice that goes…
- Teaching children patriotism – How to teach patriotism at homeIt's our duty as adults to teach our children how to be responsible and involved members of society. How can you begin teaching children patriotism at home? Here are some ideas.
- Thank you for coming to the Humanitarian Haunt!To all the friends, families, students, and teachers who joined us at the Kids Village Humanitarian Haunt on October 27-28, 2016, THANK YOU! You helped us to raise almost $13,000 for Friday’s Kids Respite! Our dedicated teachers and staff put endless days and many, many hours putting together this fun and festive haunt. Every year,…
- Humanitarian Haunt 2016We are only a couple weeks away from our annual Kids Village Humanitarian Haunt. Click to read more about this amazing (and fun) service event.
- Teaching Children Teamwork and Collaboration: Values of the MonthWhile teamwork and cooperation may sometimes be difficult to put words to, they are also two of the most natural values for our children to learn as long as we expose them to activities in which they can practice these important skills.
- Monthly Value: Teaching your child to be a good friendWhile some children may have a natural aptitude for friendship and social confidence, every child can benefit from learning how to be a better friend.
- Monthly Value: Teaching Your Child Self-ControlTeaching your child self-control can be a difficult challenge, but studies show that it's one of the most important skills a child can learn.
- Spirit Day: The Philosophy Behind Kids Village Spirit DayAt Kids Village, we believe that one of the most significant aspects of our school's atmosphere is the feeling of love, support, and positivity that our teachers and staff create within the village. Our school spirit days reflect this philosophy by reminding each student that Kids Village loves them.
- Why do Kids Village students wear red aprons?Instead of telling children what they can and can't wear to school, we ask them to wear their own personalized Kids Village red apron every day during class.
- First Day of School Kids Village FAQsTo help you prepare for the first day, we’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions (and answers) to make your child’s first day of school at Kids Village as smooth as possible!
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About Kids Village
We feel that education affects the mind, heart, and attitude of a child. In fact, education influences the very person he or she will become. That’s why we’ve created an environment where your child can grow and thrive, one where his or her unique talents are valued and developed, one where curiosity, exploration, and positive reinforcement are the norm. Serving Orem, Lindon, Provo, Pleasant Grove and Utah County.