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Kids 'R' Kids of Cinco Ranch SW

10602 S. Fry Rd.
Katy, TX 77494

(281) 392-1414


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We are very proud to provide the most innovative facilities and effective educational programs for children 6 weeks through 12 years of age.

Philosophy & Approach

School Philosophy

General Approach to Learning: Play-Based, Teacher-Led

From the Director:

Kids `R` Kids is a locally owned and operated franchise. We are very proud to provide the most innovative facilities and effective educational programs for children 6 weeks through 12 years of age. Our sincere love for children and strong belief that they should have a solid foundation, in combination with Kids `R` Kids, the absolute leader in its industry, make the perfect choice for your family`s childcare needs. Our center is approximately 17,000 square feet with 10 classroom suites, a cafeteria, a resource room, a large activity gym for before and after school students, and four large play areas separated for age groups. At Kids `R` Kids, we share a common desire with parents, which is to provide the absolute best for the children. Our high quality teachers, creative and fun educational programs and, of course, our state-of-the-art facility make us stand high above our competitors. Please read through our information; if you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us. We love children and are dedicated to making our school a great success. Our door is always open for parents to come and discuss their needs, ask questions, give suggestions and comments. We encourage you to come take a tour and meet the staff. We are confident that you will agree with us this is the best environment for your child!

Curriculum & Teaching Approach

Learning Philosophy & Tools

  Play- based mostly teacher led not formally in curriculum conducive environment
Oral language  
Nursery rhymes, poems, songs  
Storybook reading  
Emerging literacy skills  
Cognitive development
Math & number sense
Time & space
Sci. reasoning/physical world
Visual arts
Physical activity
Other subjects taught 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.

Quality of Teaching

Individualized Teaching: From the Director

We are extremely proud of our excellent staff of teachers and directors! Our staff is part of the consistent care provided by Kids ‘R’ Kids.
All Kids ‘R’ Kids faculty and personnel are required to follow state regulations that apply to training. Our staff is trained in First Aid/CPR, Infectious Disease Control, Injury Prevention, and Child Abuse Awareness. Additional training in curriculum, child development, classroom arrangement, classroom management, age-appropriate activities, nutrition, field trip planning and OSHA regulations provide the staff with skills needed to create a quality learning environment. The staff are encouraged to further their education through CDA and CCP programs and are given opportunities to attend professional training conferences.

Day in the Life

General School Mission

Our vision at Kids R Kids #61 is to have a Platinum-award winning center and to maintain that quality. We also want to be consistent in producing the best DAP opportunities for children, happy families, and the right staff who truly love children and want to make an impact in their educational, social, emotional, and physical development. We will provide superior care and customer care by developing relationships for the long term with staff, parents, children and the community. The ultimate goal is to make a positive impact on the lives of children and their families. We want to give them a strong foundation to build upon in order for them to become productive members of the community, and by keeping up a strong relationship with the community, we will use its` feedback to review and refresh our center`s vision.

Home-School Connection

Parents Say They are Encouraged to:

  • Hold social events at the school to build community
  • Are able to visit the school anytime we want
  • Go on field trips
  • Volunteer in the classroom
  • Receive newsletters

Modes of Communication

  • Notes
  • Phone Calls
  • Voice Mail
  • Email
  • Special Meetings
  • Two or More Regular Conferences
  • Drop-Off
  • Pick-Up
  • Regular newsletter/printed updates circulated to the whole school


Separation is Handled through:

  • Pre-entry meetings with parents at school
  • Small group sessions
  • Parents in classroom early on

Handling Separation: From the Director

Around seven or eight months, babies may show separation anxiety where they display distress when a beloved caregiver leaves their sight. This is related to a change in the baby's relationship to his parents. No longer content to just have his needs satisfied, he has become enormously attached to those individuals who have met those needs.

This indication of true attachment is as intense as a first love affair, and even though expressed with loud cries and distress, is really a sign to be celebrated. All the hard work of parenting a young infant has resulted in this strong feeling of love. At this stage of attachment, the baby experiences the parent's disappearance or absence as a loss. With a shaky new sense of object permanence, he may fear that when his mother or father go away, they're never coming back. This clinginess may be upsetting to some parents unless they understand its origin in attachment and limited understanding. Over time, with repeated parting and return, the baby comes to understand the process of being apart, and becomes calmer about this process. Parents need to be gentle in their understanding of the baby's strong feelings, and unhesitating in their clear leaving and return.

A related anxiety may occur in some infants at about the same time. This is stranger anxiety, protesting when less familiar faces come too close. Not to be interpreted as sudden shyness that must be combated, instead evidently by this age the baby has learned to distinguish his own people, and feels less comfortable with others. Again, gentle understanding and not forcing the issue at this point are the appropriate responses. With time, both separation and stranger anxiety lessen, occasionally reappearing during the toddler years.