of Spring
20621 Kuykendahl Rd, Spring, TX 77379 • (832) 717-0808


Give your child the gift of learning with Kids 'R' Kids of Spring on Kuykendahl . . .

The heart of our curriculum is love. Love, along with a deep understanding of the individual educational and emotional needs of each child, sets the Kids 'R' Kids Curriculum apart. 

The Kids 'R' Kids Curriculum Experience at Every Age

As your child continues to grow, our curriculum grows with him. At every stage of your child's journey, Kids 'R' Kids develops new and challenging ways to open his mind and expand his imagination. Our foundation of love and trust is accompanied every step of the way by our teachers, parents, and your child`s peers.

Throughout each age group, your child will discover the joy and excitement of learning science, math, language, literature, drama, music, and art. The Kids 'R' Kids Curriculum presents a variety of educational activities and theme-based units for every age group.


Developmentally-appropriate classrooms:

Infant Toddler Classrooms

These classrooms provide a nurturing environment that encourages our learners to develop their skills in exploration of the world around them.  Our teachers provide hands-on learning experiences for each domain:

  • Listening and Talking – Books and pictures, conversation
  • Physical Development – Large and small muscles
  • Creative Activities – Art, Blocks, Dramatic Play, and Music
  • Learning about the World – Nature, numbers, shapes, size, colors, senses

In these environments, you will find quality care focused on the individual needs of your child.  You'll notice the discussions around the theme and “word of the week.”  The experiences the teachers provide are a benefit to the social and emotional connections of your child, as well as cognitive and physical growth. 


Sign Language for One and Two Year Olds

Our teachers encourage language development by expressing words of actions and objects in two ways.  When a word is spoken, such as “milk,” the teacher uses the sign language with the verbal expression and the action of giving the milk.  Through association and repetition, the infants and toddlers are able to imitate and communicate with their hands as early as eight months.  New signs are introduced each month.  This allows the child to be empowered with the ability to clearly express her needs. 



Private Preschool

Our Kids 'R' Kids Preschool Curriculum is focused on providing rich experiences for the individual child.  For all of our children, we provide activities to "make their little world into a big world." They need opportunities to explore and make connections with the world around them.  Then, they take their knowledge and grow to the next skill.  The children are also working toward potty training success in these rooms. You'll see more language opportunities, along with physical experiences to develop fine and gross motor skills.   Each child works and grows at his/her own pace.  We do feel that children can be ready for new challenges in the academic areas, and we have found much success.



Two -Year -Old Program

  • Skills include language developmentand  listening skills, that include color words, shapes, animals, transportation, countries, community helpers, health, safety, manners, science.
  • Simple counting and sets of numbers 1 – 10, identifying pairs and opposites

Three -Year-Old Program

  • Recognition of letter, sound, and picture for alphabet
  • Formation of letters in upper and lowercase
  • Continued language development and listening skills that include color words, shapes, animals, transportation, countries, community helpers, health, manners, safety, science
  • Numbers 1 – 15
  • Opposites and pairs, sequence of events
  • Awareness of environment daily with senses, seasons, and weather

Four -Year- Old Program

Beginning Phonics and Reading

  • Recognition of name, sounds, and pictures of long and short vowels and consonants
  • Sounding of blends and 1and 2 vowel words
  • Reading sentences and stories
  • Continued language development and listening skills


  • Formation of letters, blends, and words
  • Writing first name


  • Number recognition and counting 1 -100
  • Number concepts 1 – 20
  • Numbers before and after 1 – 20
  • Largest and smallest and adding on 1
  • Sets, comparing, sequencing, money, time, calendar, addition 1- 5, problem solving, graphs, patterns, shapes and solids

After-School-Age Program

Students have the opportunity to explore themed units on an independent basis through hands-on center activities and outdoor fun. Character Building and Value Words are part of the units.  Homework support is given daily, and homework reports are sent home to parents.



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