Knowledge - Involvement - Development - Safety
KIDSville is a FREE program that teaches children a variety of topics in a town square-style classroom. Kids ages four to seven learn the basics of many topics that will help them succeed in school. Sessions normally run 60-90 minutes and include 24-30 children divided into groups of five or six, plus a chaperone.
KIDSville allows children to learn the basics of many topics that will help them succeed as they enter school. Sessions we have offered have included: fire safety at home, calling 9-1-1, stranger danger, what to do if you are lost, and a police squad car tour.
As a not-for-profit program, most sessions are free. If a cost is required, it will be 100% used for the cost of materials needed for a specific session.
KIDSville sessions normally include 24-30 children divided into groups of five or six, plus a chaperone.
Sessions run 60-90 minutes, depending on the number of activities. Each learning activity lasts about 10-12 minutes. Most sessions also include a video and a snack.
We are looking for volunteers to lead a session in topics like the one listed below. Otherwise, if you or your organization is interested in another topic, please contact us. We'd love to hear from you.
Contact University Apartments Community Officer Terry Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.