Imagination is more important than knowledge, for knowledge is limited to all we know and understand while imagination embraces the entire world and all there will ever be to know and understand.Albert Einstein
What We’ve Been Up To
- Kids Village Awarded Best Preschool in UtahWhat a year! Every year at Kids Village seems to go by too quickly, and this past school year was no exception. We feel so blessed to have had such an incredible journey. From our Little Sprouts’ first exploration into letters and reading, to dynamic science experiments in our grassy side yard—from cooking adventures in…
- Teacher Appreciation Week – 5 Reasons we Love our Kids Village TeachersAt Kids Village, we know our teachers make Kids Village shine. While we’re proud of our aesthetics and believe whole-heartedly in our award-winning curriculum, none of that would mean anything without incredible Kids Village teachers to bring it all to life!
- My Child Isn’t Singing During Music Workshops – Should I Be Worried?"I noticed my child isn't singing or participating during his time in the music workshop. I thought Kids Village was about encouraging creativity, participation, and play... Should I be concerned?"
- Spring Science and Answering Your Child’s “Whys”Springtime means it’s the perfect time to get outside and explore. We love when our students come to us with questions about what they’ve observed. Sometimes all the “whys” can seem overwhelming—especially when you’re a parent trying to do a million things at once—but remember that the way you answer your child’s questions will help fuel their…
- Teaching Children Honesty: Our 5 Favorite ArticlesThis March, our monthly Kids Village values were honesty and loyalty. Honesty is a value that can be difficult to teach younger children since they’re still learning the difference between truth, stories, and lies. However, with the right conversations, reactions, and family dynamics, your child can begin developing a strong sense of integrity and conscience.…
- The Importance of Family TraditionsAt Kids Village, we love our yearly traditions. From the autumn Humanitarian Haunt to Christmas in the Village, seasonal decorations to graduation, each and every tradition is special to the students, teachers, and families of our school. Each year, our teachers and staff put hundreds of hours of work into planning and organizing our yearly…
- Why Kids Village is So Beautiful – How the Environment at Kids Village Contributes to SuccessThe enchanting storybook atmosphere of Kids Village is deliberately designed to encourage an exceptional learning experience for our students. The goal of the beautiful storybook storefronts, cobblestone streets, life-sized oak tree, and seasonal decorations are threefold:
- How to Encourage Reading at HomeAt Kids Village, teaching our students to read (and read well) is one of our most important goals as educators. The curriculum we use to support our reading program has been among the top 3 reading curriculum in the nation for the past 30 years. The result is that our students are consistently reading grade-levels…
- 4 Things you might have missed during your Kids Village TourAt Kids Village, we invite prospective families to come to our school for a tour at any time (you don’t even have to give us notice if you come during school hours). We think it’s important for parents and children to see classrooms and workshops in action as part of their exploration of our school.…
- Teaching Children Self-WorthOne of the most important foundations for your child’s happiness and success is self-worth. This means not only teaching them self-confidence (trusting their own abilities, qualities, and judgments), it also means they have faith in themselves, pride, and self-respect.
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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.