Virginia

Creative Kids Childcare Virginia is a privately owned family business.  Our service is set on acreage, with large natural playgrounds to allow children to explore in a rural setting.

Creative Kids Childcare Virginia we are committed to providing an enriching and challenging environment where each child is encouraged to grow to their fullest potential emotionally, socially and intellectually. Children will learn about their day-to-day environment and about themselves. Our aim is to develop a love of learning which we hope will stay with them for life.

Parents are a very important part of our community and we welcome their involvement & input. We welcome parents any time to be part of our day.

At Creative Kids Childcare Virginia we have 4 programs that consist of:

  • Joeys - 3 months to approx. 18months of age

  • Wallabies - 18 months to approx. 30 months of age

  • Wallaroos - 30 months to 3yrs

  • Kangaroos - 3 years to start of school

About

Programming

We offer an interactive environment where children can explore and experiment through play. Our educators plan experiences which develop children’s skills in all developmental areas and display the weekly program in your child’s room. Activities are based on play experiences to allow children to naturally develop and have the opportunity to guide their own learning. Details of these activities and learning outcomes are documented in children’s files. Parents are encouraged to share information and become involved in the program to enhance their child’s time at the centre.

Children have the opportunity for both indoor and outdoor play as part of each group’s routine. The outdoor area is an essential part of the learning environment for children, therefore all age groups utilise our playgrounds to test their co-ordination, balance, skills and strength.

Routines allow times for individual play, small group play and large group sessions. Children’s language and literacy skills are further developed during these times as children are involved in story telling, drama, poems and games. Music also plays a large part during these sessions as children are able to experiment with dance, sing songs and exercise their bodies.