Kids in Motion Child Care & Development Center

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Kids in Motion Child Care & Development Center
 
Kids are active, smart, full of energy, dynamic, and creative. They hold on to each other.
This means they need one another.
As the saying goes "no man is an island."
Each child stands for one of the areas of learning:
  • Physical
  • Emotional
  • Moral
  • Spiritual
  • Social
  • Cognitive (Mental / Intelligence)
 
 
Children are not confined to the
classroom.
They are outside to explore the world, discover, experience and be aware of what happens around them. They observe the changing world of society.
Ready to face reality and challenges that come their way.
They have the freedom to move on, to express freely what they feel, see, learn, and experience.
 
The sun gives hope and a bright future for everyone when given the right opportunity. It represents a guiding light and direction we get by following God's will for each of us. It also symbolizes the flag of our country to be recognized and for children to respect and take pride of his race, culture and be a law abiding citizen.
 
The border points upward to remind us that in all our efforts we need to look upward to God, the creator's, high standards. The base or foundation is flat which represents a solid foundation that is strong, concrete and stable.
The color pink means safe, secure and in the pink of health. The children will experience the fun of learning, to love and appreciate school.
 
Like a child the tree, starts as a small seed. It needs to be watered and cared for. Air and cultivation will allow it to grow and bear good fruit. The tree also reminds us of the environment. Parents that love each other produce their fruit by having a child. That child needs care beginning while still in the womb. The child needs nutrition, nurture and supervision as it grows. The responsibility for what the tree becomes is on the person caring for it. What your child will become tomorrow depends on what it receives today in the form of guidance, training, and health care.
The patterns we set for a child will determine the kind of person they will be.
 

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