Hothouse
noun | hot·hous |
\ hot-hous\

1. an artificially heated greenhouse for the cultivation of tender plants
2. @ KGC jump, run, crawl, walk, bounce, laugh, cut loose, leap, climb, play and more in the hothouse that is our gym for cultivating the most tender plants – your sprouts!

Monkey Around

Drop Off

Laughter, games, and fun! Sprouts cut loose and explore their wild side in our safe and adventure-filled hothouse. Sprouts will navigate their way through obstacle courses by climbing up, over, and through challenging hurdles. Our unique structure provides the perfect environment for your sprout to safely maneuver advanced motor skills such as jumping, tumbling, rolling, hula hooping, and hanging. As this class progresses so will your sprouts’ confidence in their abilities, peer interaction, and attentiveness.

Benefits of physical play for early childhood development:
• Advances gross motor skills
• Increases social skills
• Strengthens muscle control and balance

Wednesdays: 10:45 – 11:30 am & 3:45 – 4:30 pm
Fridays: 10:00 – 10:45 am

Real Sports

Drop Off

Huddle up for real sports! Don’t be a sore loser, learn to play a team sport while acquiring team player prerequisites – good sportsmanship, sharing, communication and exploring group dynamics. Real sports advances essential motor skills. Your sprout will kick a ball with purpose, stop a ball, connect a bat to a ball and improve their balance through an introduction to baseball, soccer, football, basketball and track.

Benefits of physical play for early childhood development:
• Improves Hand-eye coordination
• Expands multi-sensory skills
• Introduces sports fundamentals

Call to schedule a custom time!

Minis & Mighties

Drop Off

KGC’s signature siblings’ class pairs your younger sprout and their older sibling for an adventure in development and communication. The siblings will begin the class as a group and then separate for age appropriate activities. Younger sprouts will explore textural surfaces with their hands and feet, while simultaneously learning to balance and gain more control. Older Sprouts will safely maneuver advanced motor skills such as jumping and tumbling, as well as exploring group dynamics. The siblings will reunite for play during their time in the Hothouse and will close with a group activity.

Benefits of physical play for early childhood development:
• Advances gross motor skills
• Increases social skills
• Strengthens muscle control and balance

Thursdays 4:30 – 5:15 pm

Fridays 4:30 – 5:15 pm

Add-On: Fort Build

Drop Off

Who doesn’t love to build a fort? Understand how to arrange different materials and elements to build a secure structure. Your sprouts will comprehend pre-architectural concepts such as the use of structural supports, spatial awareness, and patterning. Fort build steers the imagination to create big top circus tents, igloos, castles, superhero dens, and beyond.

Tuesdays: 9:00 – 9:25 am
Thursdays 9:00 – 9:25 am & 10:15 – 10:40 am
Fridays 9:00 – 9:25 am & 10:15- 10:40 am

Add-On: Ball Bonanza

with parent/caregiver

Roll, kick, bounce, shoot, organize, throw, sort, catch, play, bowl, bump, collect, games and thousands of more ways to play with balls occur in ball bonanza! There will be smooth balls, bumpy balls, small balls, big balls, sports balls, soft balls, hard balls; just to name a few. Simultaneously, your sprouts are developing imagination, learning object permanence and attaining color differentiation.

Tuesdays: 9:00 – 9:25 am
Thursdays: 9:00 – 9:25 am & 10:15 – 10:40 am
Fridays 9:00 – 9:25 am & 10:15 – 10:40 am

Add-On: Mission Possible

Drop Off

Leap into adventure in our obstacle course experience! Your sprouts will jump, roll, crawl, and climb their way through challenging and exciting obstacle courses. Mission Possible promotes critical cognitive skills including imagination, processing instructions and focus. This class will elevate your sprouts confidence; mission accomplished!

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Conservatory
noun | con·ser·va·to·ry
\kuh n-sur-vuh-tawr-ee, – tohr-ee\

1. a school giving instruction in one or more of the fine dramatic arts; specifically, a school of music
2. a greenhouse, usually attached to a dwelling, for growing and displaying plants
3. @ KGC join the Wind Chime Orchestra in our conservatory for a magical music experience

Wind Chime Orchestra

with parent/caregiver

The Wind Chime Orchestra with its high quality, kid-friendly musicians — a guitarist, a keyboardist, a vocalist and a drummer – will transport you and your child into a peaceful garden for a whimsical concert. Our musicians captivate their audience with books, exploration of new genres of music, sing-a-longs that encourage counting, spelling and learning basic body parts, while concurrently picking up introductory rhythm skills. There will be play time in the mirror, dancing, and bubbles!

Benefits of music for early childhood development:
• Stimulates social and emotional development
• Advances language skills
• Strengthens memory

Wednesdays 12:00 – 12:45 pm
Thursdays 9:30 – 10:15 am
Fridays 9:30 -10:15 am

Add-On: Garden Beats

with parent/caregiver
Explore music rhythms and beats on our Toms and Bongos with one of our Wind Chime Orchestra band members. The class will open with basic beats and grow more advanced. Your sprout will experience tactile and auditory sensations, while developing language and math skills.

Wednesdays 11:30– 11:55 am
Fridays 10:45 -11:10 am

Add-On: Musical Roots

Drop Off
Discover the roots and building blocks of music through learning notes on the piano and forming simple chords with one of our Wind Chime Orchestra band members. While using visual and auditory cues, your sprouts will increase their musical sensibilities and learn to play a fun percussion instrument. Xylophones and colors will take center stage in this class!

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Greenhouse
noun | green·hous |
\ green-hous\

1. a building, room, or area, usually chiefly of glass, in which the temperature is maintained within a desired range, used for cultivating tender plants
2. @ KGC water play, crayons, markers, play dough, paint and free flowing imagination are cultivated in this studio greenhouse

Cutesy Colors, Lines & Shapes Too

Drop Off

Learn primary and secondary color names and how to mix them, grasp shapes and their names and absorb big words such as horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines. Your sprout will get messy with paint, color with crayons & markers, manipulate play dough and make first refrigerator art — all in the comfort of our greenhouse art studio and not in your home!

Benefits of art to early childhood development:
• Develop fine motor skills
• Strengthens problem solving & critical thinking skills
• Fosters visual-spatial abilities

Mondays 4:30 – 5:15 pm
Tuesdays 9:30 – 10:15 am
Thursdays 4:30 -5:15 pm

Intro to Musing with the Masters

Drop Off

Art history-based learning designed specifically for pre-school aged sprouts. This class introduces culture, food, dress and music from an art historical perspective. Sprouts will get a chance to muse and create projects about Van Gogh’s brushstrokes, Picasso’s playfulness, Monet’s watercolors, Escher’s positive & negative space, O’Keefe’s grandeur, and more. There is a special formula for this class: art history (knowledge) + books & pictures (visual stimulation) + creativity (from the children) = well-rounded students.

Benefits of art to early childhood development:
• Develops art appreciation
• Strengthens problem-solving & critical thinking skills
• Fosters visual-spatial abilities

Call to schedule a custom time!

Add-On: Loosey Goosey

Drop Off

Spark creativity through play with natural and fabricated materials such as rocks, toilet paper rolls, seashells, large beads, fabric, feathers, buttons, bells and hundreds of other items. Your sprout will manipulate, control, stack, remodel, and shift these objects to produce their own masterpieces. These enticing items will capture your sprouts’ inquisitiveness and allow for their imagination to flow. The ability to freely create in this fascinating environment will give way to excitement, motivation, and overall joy through their learning process.

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Add-On: Essential Artistry

Drop Off

Concentrate on one specific art technique per lesson. Focusing on one aspect of art will allow for a building block effect and in turn, peek the sprouts’ curiosity. Several examples of the classes are positive & negative space, tracing, make your own play dough, explore & create with clay, resist painting and multi watercolor techniques.

Call to schedule a custom time!

Custom Class Time Can Be Arranged

Enrichment Class Pricing:

$118/month for 1 weekly class

$200/month for 2 weekly classes

$250/month for 3 weekly classes

Add-On Class Pricing:

$28/month for add-on weekly class

Room to
Bloom

Drop Off – 3 hour or 4 hour options

More Information

Promotes learning and development in a nurturing, play-based environment with child-centered activities. Ms. Leslye, our lead teacher, focuses on social, emotional, physical, language and cognitive skills. In our nursery/classroom, there will be an emphasis on fine motor development through working with manipulatives, pre-writing skills, creative art experiences and phonics. Gross motor development will occur during a trip to the hothouse for an engaging gym session, as well as when a member of our Wind Chime Orchestra visits the nursery for a musical treat. Our teachers will captivate your sprout with a fun, learning experience that will ensure a continually developing desire to grow and learn.

3 hour option  8:45 – 11:45 am $65/day or $300/week
4 hour option 8:45 – 12:45 pm $85/day or $350/week
Monday – Friday

Nursery

noun | nurs·ery |
\ nur-suh-ree\

1. a room or place set apart for young children
2. a place where young trees or plants are raised for transplanting, for sale or for experimental study
3. any place in which something is bred, nourished or fostered
4. @ KGC the home for our Room to Bloom nurturing, play-based program with child-centered activities for ages 2 – 4
5. @ KGC the home for our Rocket Reading tutoring program, which allows for rapid advancement in reading and math for ages 2 – 8

Rocket Reading Tutoring Program

Drop Off

More Information

This customized progressive curriculum allows for rapid advancement in reading and math. The small class size, maximum four children, allows for individualized learning and a customized experience. Sprouts thrive both academically and developmentally as they are engaged in play-based learning. The more phonics games they play, the more they learn and the faster they become proficient readers and mathematicians.

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$60 for a 45 minute session

Fall/Winter Season 2017

Contact Us

11661 Preston Rd. Ste. 150
Dallas, Texas 75230
Above Mi Cocina

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