Veronica: “I love to learn to draw my whole family.”
Valerie: “I like learning about outer space.”
Nate: “I like learning about how people build stuff outside.”
Lucia K: “I want to learn how to climb higher on the dome.”
Victoria: “I like to learn about being a doctor.”
Edward: “I like to learn about cars that go really fast.”
Oliver D: “I like to learn how to draw walruses.”
Addison: "I like to learn about ice.”
Sadie-Janelle: “I like learning how to be strong.”
Lena: “I like to learn about painting and eating and about napkins.”
Invest in the future of Baby Broncos
Every child at Kids on Campus has a different answer to what they like learning about the most. KOC offers a hands-on, child-initiated approach to early childhood education that gives children a wide array of activities which reflect their interests. Thanks to the generosity of donors during last year’s Day of Giving, we were able to offer even more:
- New classroom accessories: Carpets to allow for comfort and safety; large, fluffy pillows for a reading loft; and high-quality wooden tables and chairs.
- Natural logs and fiberglass boulders in an expanded sand area that provides an engaging environment to explore earth and physical science, as well as develop social skills.
- Indoor and outdoor large building blocks that teach math skills, science skills, and construction and engineering concepts such as stacking, balance and bracing.
- Resurfacing of the preschool play-yard asphalt that will provide a much-needed space for soccer, basketball, hockey, and other physical activities.
This year’s contributions will help us redesign and improve the sand area, wooden structure, and garden, and purchase more STEM equipment to bolster our emphasis on exploration and discovery.
Kids on Campus is a non-profit child development center that serves children between the ages of six weeks and six years of age. We strive to provide high-quality early care and educational experiences for the children and families associated with Santa Clara University. We promote self-reliance, creativity, respect for the rights of others, and positive self-esteem for each child.