We wish a very Merry Christmas to everyone from Kiwi Kids. Please take a look at some videos from our Christmas party
With Sports Day around the corner, let’s take a look at last year’s Sports Day again.
Chores for Kids Each school year, chores change for each child based on their grade and maturity level. As a mom, you know what your child can or can’t handle. Middle school girls can do their own laundry…middle school boys? That’s questionable. And I always have to remind myself,
Here’s a video of our 2nd year class.
Here are some simple ideas to help keep your restaurant experience from being ruined and also keep peace with the other customers. Try them and let us know what works with your child. 1. Practice at home first. 2. Choose your restaurant carefully. 3. Respect your kids’ attention span. 4. Time it
We have been learning about Noah’s Ark and all the animals for the last month. On Sunday we went to the zoo to see some real live aminals!
We had a First-Aid course for parents today. Our own Mr. Bryan is a retired EMT/B and firefighter both in the US Air Force and civilian life in Florida and Niagara Falls, NY. He gave parents pointers on what to do in these situations: 1. preventable accidents 2. nosebleeds 3. cuts & scrapes 4. p
Nature Hunt 2015. We had a great time with families at the park. We looked for things in nature and had a lot of fun.