Are you looking for an after school program for your child?
KidzCorner Crew is a program for students in grades K to 5.
KidzCorner gets started as your child’s school day wraps-up. Our K-2 friends will arrive after their dismissal and our older friends (grades 3 -5) will arrive a little later, when they’re done school for the day. On Wednesday’s our Fredericton, or Friday’s our Oromocto friends, will arrive after early dismissal, for a fun filled afternoon with their peers.
KidzCorner is all about learning through play! We incorporate the foundations of core subjects into activities and provide opportunities while supporting the children in interactive play with their peers. Activities include crafts, games, outings, and more!
Our unique, fun, and inclusive, programming is offered simultaneously with the school calendar. KidzCorner starts September 12th and runs until the 3rd week of June. This program follows the public school schedule and will not be held on March, Christmas break, PD or snow days.
The goal of this program is to provide a safe, inclusive space to further your child’s/children’s social skills, sharing abilities, create friendships, and much more. Our mission is to provide an after-school program where parents can relax knowing their children are happy, having fun, meeting new people and growing individually through naturalistic teaching and peer interaction. While KidzCorner will not be based on a 1-1 ratio, individual 1:1 supports are available to best support our friends that need the extra assistance with their unique needs. The KidzCorner program is located at Autism Connections Fredericton, 1666 Lincoln Road.
For a flexible schedule:
Members: $22 an hour
Non-Members: $24.50 an hour
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What is the difference between the Skills Enrichment Program and KidzCorner Crew?
The Skills Enrichment program is designed to work specifically on targets and outcomes working one-on-one with a behavioural assistant under the supervision of a BCBA. The KidzCorner Crew is a program where kids can come together in a natural setting after school and build on their social interactions through play. This is done through naturalistic teaching instead of individualized interventions.