Kinder Park Child Care is a state-of-the-art learning center where "little minds do great things." Offering pre- kindergarten instruction for 2 to 5 years old, Kinder Park provides an educational head start for children in the Albany, Clifton Park and Latham, NY areas. Preschool children frequently display accelerated learning skills after only six months of participation in our progressive programs. With a competent staff trained in early childhood education, Kinder Park offers qualified instruction in all core subjects. Supplementary curriculum in music (piano), Spanish, and even sign language, are available at affordable rates. Providing various preschool academic preparation programs to suit the modern families of Albany, Clifton Park and Latham, Kinder Park also offers a drop-in daycare service, various payment options, (we accept credit cards) and no registration fees. Your child will flourish within an attentive and fully equipped family center intended to encourage spontaneous learning. Our Junior Pre-K program for 2- 3 years old cultivates appropriate sensory, language, and motor skill development through creative activity. Music, dance, storytelling and art accompany an introduction to basic educational concepts. Designed to work in harmony with a young toddler's innate curiosity, Kinder Park Child Care allows children to explore the world around them while discovering ways to create their own little contributions. Programs for 3-4 years old emphasize the expansion of cognitive and social skills with additional broadening of basic academics. Immediately prior to Kindergarten, the 4 -5 years old of Albany, Clifton Park and Latham are guided toward developing critical thinking skills necessary for grasping the fundamental concepts of math, English and science. Established in 1987 in Upper New York State, and long standing members of the Capital District and Family Child Care Associations, Kinder Park Child Care learning center offers exceptional preschool instruction provided by caring and qualified educators in a secure "child-directed" environment.