With providing care for infants through big kids, KidFit knows that each age range has different developmental needs.
Infants (6 Weeks – 1 Year)
The infant classroom is stocked with sensory-motor materials for babies to explore and grow. Caregivers ensure babies can play and learn at their own pace and have a calm and quiet space to rest.
KidFit also maintains consistent, but flexible schedules that are tailored to each baby.
Toddlers (1 – 3 Years)
Toddlers learn through active play, including art, motor play, dramatic play and group activities. And when your toddler is ready, KidFit partners with parents to work together on potty training.
There are two classrooms for this age group: 1-2 and 2-3 years old.
Preschool (4- 5 Years)
KidFit works hard to ensure your preschooler is excited and ready for future school success. Preschoolers will work on language, motor skills and fostering independence by learning activities such as tying shoes and scissor skills.
All of that work also includes plenty of play, including time at Kingdom to work on throwing, climbing and kicking.
School Age (6 – 12 Years)
To adapt to a variety of families’ needs, KidFit offers both full-time support for virtual learners as well as before and after care for kids attending school in person.
Virtual School Support
Virtual learning is covered at KidFit with a full-day, full-week classroom. A teacher will be in the classroom, offering support and enrichment throughout the day.
Snacks and meals are provided. Kids will receive daily outside time, free play and access to Kingdom Sports.
Before & After Care
Attending school in person? KidFit helps families by offering before and after school care. This program also covers snow days, half days, winter break and spring break.
Bus service is available with Portage Central Elementary. Arrangements with Lake Center for bus service are in process and expected to start in October 2020.