What is the Kids at Work PlayGroup Gentle Separation?

  • T/F Program – Tuesdays and Fridays 3:30-5:30pm – Ages 2 – 3.25 years as of Feb 1, 2021.
  • T/W/TH Program – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 9am-11am – Ages 21 mos – 2.5 years as of Feb 1, 2021.
  • Maximum of 6 children with 3 teachers, one a music specialist.
  • Adults stay in the physical space for up to 6 weeks, and then gradually are removed to a separate, blind classroom. (Not a drop-off program)
  • Intense, exhaustive health and safety protocols and training keep your family and trusted caregiver safe!
  • Full parent communication suite through our partners at StoryPark.
  • Fill out the ENROLLMENT QUESTIONNAIRE to get started!

Sample Day

Staggered Arrival and sensory/art/gross motor stations! Children work on decision-making skills and mastery of fine and gross motor centers. Teacher-led small group and 1:1 activities are included. Supplies are kept as individual as possible and replenished after use, by our teachers.

Art Provocation! An age-appropriate and sensory-based art experience is included for those children that are interested. Others may read books or observe the activity. Sitting still is never “required” for our nearly and early twos, but coming together as a community is encouraged!

Meeting Time! Welcome ritual, the schedule for the day including hands-on visual aids, and our theme is discussed as well.

Snack! 1-2 children per table with snack brought from and fully prepped at home, with any allergies made known. Children’s hands are washed before and after each snack.

Free Play! Toys, manipulatives, mini-world objects, dress up and play kitchen. Children develop conflict resolution skills via our teachers’ simple and repetitive language and prompts.

Music! Lots of movement, live guitar, and instruments are included. Children develop executive skills and come together as a community through well-known as well as new activities.

Wrap up and goodbye song! Children always participate in a quiet lullaby or bubbles, and wrap up before our goodbye and happy reunion with grown-ups!

Winter-Spring 2021 Registration

Fall Semester runs Feb 1 – May 28, 2021 (No class on Friday, April 2, 2021.)

Fall families are given first refusal on Winter-Spring continuance.

Tuition – $143 per class with a semester long commitment.
T/F Program
$4719.00
Deposit of $1179.75 due upon enrollment.
T/W/TH Program
$7292.00
Deposit of $1823.00 due upon enrollment.
The rest of the tuition is broken up into 3 monthly payments due on Feb 1, March 1, and April 1.
Should KAW need to delay the start of its Feb 1 semester due to temporary closure by government mandate, any balances due will be prorated accordingly. There are no refunds on tuition once paid.
After families sign their enrollment agreement, a $40 registration fee is processed in addition to the deposit. This is for non-Fall 2020 families only. Additionally, there is a one time mask fee equal to $1.75 per attendance that the student is signed up for. This will be charged upon signing of your enrollment agreement.

We want to make sure Kids at Work is affordable for all families. Please contact us if you need financial assistance, or note on your enrollment questionnaire.

Ready to register? Fill out the ENROLLMENT QUESTIONNAIRE to get started!

Registration Timeline

  • Family submits Enrollment Questionnaire.
  • Parent meeting is scheduled with Kids at Work manager/owner. We recommend involving whomever will be bringing your child.
  • Admissions offer is made. Please note we may not be able to fit your child into a group, and this is largely logistical!
  • Parent has 5 business days to pay deposit, after which point another admissions offer may be made to another student. There are no refunds on the deposit once paid.
  • Full onboarding process is started including health check software downloads, enrollment agreement, processing of $40 registration fee (non-Fall 2020 participants only) and orientation videos for the parent as well as any adults who intend to enter KAW.

Please see our detailed FAQ and Class Policies for information on potential shutdown, potential delay of opening, contract/deposit commitment, and other extremely important details.