Kids 'R' Kids Provides the Foundation of SmartFun™
If your child is enrolled at Kids 'R' Kids they will have a special enrollment code which will link their account to their classroom and curriculum.
Our Accredited Program and Curriculum implements activities that further enhance and support learning beyond the classroom as well as involve parents in their child's education.
Through our partnership with the award-winning early learning websiteABCmouse.com, the Kids 'R' Kids curriculum includes hundreds of computer-based interactive activities that children love and which also provide opportunities for parents to be actively involved in their child's learning. These activities include games, songs, books, and more, all of which have many academic and developmental benefits for young children.
ABCmouse.com is an early learning website designed for kids ages 2 to 6. ABCmouse.com has more than 3,000 interactive learning activities, including books, games, puzzles, art and songs covering the basics of reading, math, science and social studies. Themed environments such as the Classroom, The Zoo and The Farm and a reward system helps kids develop math skills with a virtual shopping experience in a fun learning environment. Parents can breath easy that ABCmouse.com is safe and secure from the internet with your parent password to keep your child engaged in learning. There are no software CDs, so your child can access the site from anywhere, anytime and there are new features and learning activities added every week. ABCmouse.com is already being used in thousands of preschools, Kindergarten, and early elementary classrooms worldwide.
Kid Orange Tech provides educational solutions for 21st century kids by supporting educators and parents in implementing technology responsibly into children's lives. We believe technology has the ability to enrich a child's life when used as an additional learning tool and is not intended to replace traditional play or an existing school curriculum. Also, the use of technology in the home can be an advantage to a child if educators can more easily communicate a child's learning goals so that a parent can reinforce what is being taught in school.