It is the philosophy of Lifecycle Kids to provide high quality childcare in a nurturing, creative, healthy and enriching environment. With Lifecycle Kids, children are provided far more than babysitting. We are an enrichment center, offering a safe and encouraging environment for children to explore and learn through play. Children are offered opportunities to create artwork, develop science experiments, build towers, imagine new adventures, make music, play games, dress up, play outside and more. Our program is a wonderful complement to the structure of school, allowing children to continue learning through play and giving them a daily outlet for individual exploration and physical activity.
Our program will open at 6am and close at 5:30pm. All parents must escort their child to their classroom and check in with Lifecycle Kids staff when dropping their child off for care. All children over the age of 5, must wear a mask when entering the facility. Similarly, anyone picking up your child from our center must wear a mask at all times.
Children are provided breakfast and afternoon snack through Lifecycle Kids. Families are required to provide lunch daily for their child while in care. Lunches need to meet the USDA guidelines and not require any heating or refrigeration. Please send your child’s lunch in a labeled lunchbox to be stored in their bin or backpack.
Families enter the facility through the glass doors on Hudson Street. Families will have an entrance code to use to access the facility. There is also a buzzer system to the left of the doors to gain access to the facility.
School Age Children (K-5th Grade)
We will provide both indoor and outdoor activities daily for children in our care. We are working with the Village of Mazomanie pool to have a time set for children in our care to attend swimming lessons. We also take trips to the park, splash pad and creek.
There will be limited access to electronics and only use them for additional learning opportunities and classroom activities such as working on creating movies and newsletters.
As for our youngest group of students, the 4K children, we are extremely excited to provide activities to prepare them for Kindergarten. We will learn letters, numbers, our names, letter sounds, shapes, colors, sorting and so many other things. We will learn all topics through a thematic unit and through play as that is most developmentally appropriate.
We will spend much of our day outside, going on walks, nature hikes, visiting the park and splash pad.