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Kids 'R' Kids of West Houston receives second accreditation from National Accreditation Association (NAC.) A Leader in Early Childhood Education.


Kindergarten/Advanced Program

Now that your child is school age, it is your priority to find the right Pre-K and Kinder program that is safe, nurturing and challenging, rich with language and positive experiences to foster a love of learning.

AdvancED Bridge Kindergarten, and AdvancEd Pre-Kindergarten progr

Is your child 4 or 5 years old? Are you looking for the right program to maximize these early years in school readiness? We have the right classroom for your child! Our AdvancEd Program’s goal is to help each child succeed to his fullest potential, which is why each unit of study was developed with the learner in mind. By individualizing instruction based on assessment, students can engage in activities that maximize their development with us in the four core areas: language, cognitive, and social emotional, and physical development. Each engaging activity is tied to a specific learning goal in one of these critical areas.

These learning goals are shared with families each week in our family connection letter in your home activities folder. We encourage families to participate alongside their learners to create more success for the child.

AP Daily routine: A balance of whole group and small group activities take place daily which foster learning in multisensory ways. When the students use more of their senses, they have a greater recall of information. For this reason, we continue the “learning through play” reasoning which is the foundation of the curriculum.

What you can expect: Now that our students are culminating their preschool years in this program, we encourage them to apply their knowledge of letters and sounds and encourage a strong foundation of phonemic awareness skills. For their Kindergarten readiness, we assist them in writing their name, building their confidence to associate sounds in writing and continuing instruction in the conventions of writing. Beginning to decode and apply high frequency word knowledge is another indicator for primary success that is established in a small group setting to build the student’s confidence and love of learning.

A classroom community is developed as the children work cooperatively in learning groups, guided by the teacher in multisensory ways. When the students use the manipulatives to show their work as they learn new skills, they can take abstract concepts and make realistic applications. This is also how we make learning FUN! A multitude of cognitive skills are developed through literature based themes and hands on learning opportunities during this critical year of setting the stage for elementary success!

Our program also includes:

      • Enrichment activities with Technology
      • Spanish and American Sign Language integrations
      • S.T.E.M. activities
      • Music and Movement Enrichment activities
      • Fine motor skill development and handwriting instruction
      • Higher order math instruction with introductions to graphing, fractions, comparing sets, & skip counting
      • Developing literacy foundations through shared & guided reading and decoding strategies
      • High frequency words instruction
Encouraging seamless connections between home and school


  • Clean Classrooms: Includes a personal place for your child’s belongings, organized learning centers, disinfected toys and play areas, and child-sized sinks for washing hands
  • Certified Teachers in: Infant/Child and Adult CPR, and First Aid
  • Glass Walls: Unlike typical day care centers or childcare providers, our classrooms feature tempered glass walls for maximum visibility and safety. This promotes an open, bright atmosphere, as well as a clean environment
  • Safety Guard on Door Hinges: Our doors are padded at the hinges so that little fingers don’t get pinched when doors are opened and closed between classrooms
  • Regular Drills for: Tornado, fire, hurricane and school lock-down
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  • Electronic Security: Coded entry so only authorized visitors may enter the facility
  • Hiring Process: All staff undergo extensive state-mandated background checks
  • Front Desk: Our front desk is always staffed so that a watchful eye is supervising the facility, ensuring authorized entries only
  • Security Cameras: Every classroom in our facility has security cameras that are monitored at the front desk. The owners and staff can easily observe classroom activities throughout each day. Families can login to a secure, password-protected website to check in on their child periodically


  • Children eat all meals together using family-style seating in our kid-friendly café
  • Teachers monitor all eating times
  • Meals are prepared in our commercial-grade kitchen, which is kept separated from the classrooms
  • Each day, our in-house chef prepares nutritious meals that exceed USDA guidelines
  • All allergies are documented and kept in the front office with administrators
  • Our school is a nut-free zone
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Specific Skills Aligned in our Kindergarten/Advanced Program's Instruction


Number Sense & Measurement

  • Counts & shares concrete objects with peers, enabling them to begin to understand relationships of numbers and how to add and take away from a set of objects.
  • Identify ordinal positions in a sequence.
  • Enhance their understanding of the concepts of comparing quantities.
  • Explore various lengths, heights, weights, time, temperature, and capacities using real-world objects.
  • Counts from 0 to 100 by ones

Geometry and Spatial Sense

  • Become familiar with the properties of various shapes and solids and the vocabulary used to describe them.
  • Make connections between math concepts and the real world to develop an inherent spatial sense.
  • Describes a location of an object in relation  to another using informal language
  • Separates a whole into two equal parts and explain their relationship

Algebraic Thinking

  • Use manipulative and calendars to identify, create, and extend patterns.
  • Sort, classify, and order real-world objects by size, number, and other attributes.
  • Listen to stories, think about and discuss how and why something changed, or predict what will happen next.

Data Analysis and Probability

  • Sort a variety of objects and explain how and why they group objects in a particular fashion.
  • Construct, use, and explain various graphs and make oral comparisons.
  • Represent and interpret data using concrete objects, pictures, and graphs.
  • Read and understands a calendar, using days, weeks, and months


Phonemic Awareness – Ability to hear, identifies, and manipulate individual sound in spoken words.

  • Demonstrates the concept of a word by dividing spoken sentences into individual words
  • Identify, segment, and combine syllables within spoken words such as clapping syllables and moving manipulatives to represent words
  • Isolate, indentify, categorize, blend, segment, delete, add, or substitute phonemes.
  • Produce rhyming words from non-rhyming words
  • Identify and isolate the initial and final sound of a spoken word
  • Blend sounds to make spoken words

Print Concepts

  • Ability to recognize that print represents meaning
  • Knows that print moves left-to-right and top-to-bottom, separated by spaces
  • Knows the difference between individual letters and printed words.
  • Recognizes how readers use capitalization and punctuation to comprehend

Letter Recognition and Application

  • Name and identify upper and lower case letters
  • Consistently learns and applies letter sound correspondences of a set of consonants and vowels to begin to read

High Frequency Words

  • Recognizes at least 31 sight words and applies them when reading a text

Decoding Strategies

  • Uses prior knowledge and picture cues to anticipate meaning and make sense of texts
  • Uses individual sounds and  familiar word parts to decode
  • Skips the unknown word and finishes reading the sentence.  Then goes back to fill in a word which would make sense.
  • Retells or acts out the order of important events in stories to demonstrate understanding

Writing to Record Ideas

  •  Writes to express ideas
  • Writes decodable and familiar words
  • Uses phonetic spelling
  • Writes with fluency, voice and organization

We will be focusing on building foundation for reading success.   Our lesson plans reinforce phonemic awareness, listening comprehension, the alphabet, and beginning reading concepts through the balanced literacy program.


The Kindergarten Science curriculum is designed to nurture the children’s natural sense of wonder in making discoveries about the world and understanding Science as a process of investigation.  Daily experiences with objects, plants, or weather provide opportunities to learn about the scientific method.  Various skills will be introduced and integrated within the literature chosen for language activities, as well as in a dedicated science lesson. Concepts to be explored include:

  1. Observing and understanding living and non-living organisms, and identifying living organism’s basic needs.
  2. Understanding and describing properties, patterns, and events in the environment.
  3.  Uses scientific tools to acquire data from the environment
  4. Uses senses to classify and record observations.
  5. Understanding that systems have parts and are composed of organisms and objects.
  6. Understanding that types of changes occur.
  7. Understanding that the natural world includes rocks, soil, and water.
  8. Understands and applies content vocabulary for the science topic.


Social Studies include concepts by which children relate to their world, first by immediate experience and then by applying basic concepts to the larger world.  Concepts to be explored include:

  1. Understanding of holidays and identifying the customs associated with those special events.  Understanding similarities and    differences among people; and how people learn about themselves through family customs.
  2. Understanding how historical figures and ordinary people help to shape the community, state, and nation.
  3. Understanding chronological order, location, and physical and human characteristic of an environment.
  4. Understanding that human basic needs are met in many ways.
  5. Understanding the importance of jobs and the role modern technology has on our lives.
  6. Understanding the importance of rules and the role of authority figures.
  7. Understanding customs, symbols, and celebrations that contribute to our national identity.
  8. The student applies critical thinking skills to organize and use information.
  9. Understands and applies content vocabulary for the science topic.


Our art activities will nurture artistic, musical, and dramatic expression and appreciation of the arts.  These opportunities will be offered in center time and during structured lessons related to a language arts theme and literature.  Art offers the opportunity for imaginative expression through a variety of art materials.  Art allows the children to:

  1. Express individual ideas and feelings in simple media including drawing, painting, collages, ect.
  2. Experiment with art materials to understand properties and to develop skills
  3. Develop and understanding and appreciation of art by providing opportunities to explore the artwork of other students and major artist.


The music and theatre arts activities will highlight self expression through music and movement.  Our Kindergarten students will take part in these skills in the classroom, as well as additional weekly music and rhythm instruction from Opus One Music.

  1. Singing concepts and skills involving recognition and imitation of sounds and tone matching.
  2. Using expressive dancing
  3. Exploring sounds using rhythm instruments

Creative Drama provides opportunities for children to dramatize stories through dress-up, puppets, staging, and interpretation.  Retelling, or dramatizing, parts of a story read aloud will be a weekly activity to enhance listening comprehension abilities.