10 Sep2014September 10, 2014
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Welcome New FKS Staff!  

Meet Megan Martini  Megan began helping out at FKS in the end of August with our 2 year old friends and would like to introduce herself. Megan is the oldest of 3 children. Her two younger siblings have special needs (they were students of FKS back in the early days). Her dad is a Green Oak...

14 Feb2013February 14, 2013
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What For Kids Sake Families Have to Say About FKS…

Here are some recent parent reviews of FKS: Hi Julie! I hope you are well. I think fondly of you and your wonderful pre-school!  Sally Burton-Hoyle, Ph.D., Professor of special education at Eastern Michigan University. Former executive director of the Autism Society of Michigan from 1994-2006.  Wanted to say thank you so much for the wonderful...

13 Feb2013February 13, 2013
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FKS Waiting List

FKS now has a waiting list as our preschool and infant/toddler center are operating at we consider full capacity (while still under the State mandated ratios)!  Reserving a Spot After you have toured FKS, speak with Director Julie to make sure the center has an opening in the program you want. You may reserve your child’s...

07 Feb2013February 7, 2013
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Stop Coughing with Nine Herbal Remedies

Coughing always involves some type of irritation in the upper respiratory tract. It may be associated with a case of the flu, sinusitis, congestion, post nasal drip, or pneumonia. Additionally, coughing may be the result of chronic bronchitis, emphysema or COPD. Aside from over-the-counter cough suppressants or steroid drugs, there are no really effective conventional...

04 Jan2013January 4, 2013
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Developmental Milestones at FKS

A developmental milestone is an ability that is achieved by most children by a certain age. Developmental milestones can involve physical, social, emotional, cognitive and communication skills such as walking, sharing with others, expressing emotions, recognizing familiar sounds and talking.  Children grow and develop at different rates. While their pathways through childhood and school differ,...

03 Jan2013January 3, 2013
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How FKS Creates a Safe Child Care Environment

Creating a Safe Environment Playgrounds We know that outdoor play is an integral part of the learning process for every child. That is one reason why children in our care go outside every day! At for Kid's Sake, we are proactive in making sure that the children are safe while exploring outside. Upon hire, all...

03 Jan2013January 3, 2013
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Favorite Kid Friendly Recipes

Favorite Kids' Recipes Playdough–stovetop (cream of tartar) 2 cups flour 1 cup salt 2 cups water 2 tablespoons oil 2 tablespoons cream of tartar (a few drops liquid food coloring if desired) In a medium pot, mix flour, salt and oil, and slowly add the water (and food coloring, if used). Cook over medium heat, stirring...