Welcome to Kid's Kingdom
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Kid's Kingdom is a licensed Christian child care center for children in Lubbock, TX whose family-oriented environment offers a loving, nurturing, safe haven for working parents. Our goal is to stimulate each child's curiosity, creativity, and awareness for self and others while developing them spiritually. We strive to develop the whole child socially, intellectually, emotionally, and physically. We love Jesus and we want your child to love Him too!
Our approach is based on formal education and continued training in the child care field. Kid’s Kingdom is dedicated to serving the community and continually assesses our program's ability to meet families' needs.
We are TSR certified
Texas School Ready is a comprehensive preschool teacher training program combining a research-based curriculum with ongoing professional development and progress monitoring tools.
we accept ccs
We are proud to accept child care subsidies from the Child Care Services program. We provide quality child care, no matter how much you make. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Our daughter attended Kid’s Kingdom from 8 months old until the end of 5th grade. We found them to be more like family than just someone to watch our child.
In all the years we attended we had very few issues (always minor) and those that we did have were handled quickly and in a manner befitting the situation.
She attended their Pre-K program and was more than ready for Kindergarten when the time came. In fact, when Miss Cheri suggested that our daughter was probably ready to read, we were given beginner books to try and then suggestions for other materials to help her at home before Kindergarten started. The staff really pays attention to each individual child, and really cares about their individual needs and abilities.
Once she was older our daughter attended Camp Caprock during the summers. This program was great for older children that needed care during the summer. They were well entertained and worn out every day due to the wide variety of activities that were planned out for the whole summer.
Our experience at Kid’s Kingdom was wonderful and we are still recommending them to people seeking child care who are looking for a loving, fun, and educational environment.
Gary and Kelly Ufford
My experience with Kids Kingdom goes back 22 years, both of my kids have attended Kids Kingdom since they were infants. My daughter is now 22 and my son is 9.
I have never had to worry about them when they were at Kids Kingdom, I have always known that when I drop them off they are safe and going to receive the best care as well as have fun . The staff is like family to us and they have always treated my kids that way and that's really what you want as a parent. My daughter still has friends from when she was little that she met at Kids Kingdom and some that were even in the infant room with her. Cheri and Dana have always done the best job at finding the kindest, most qualified people. Now that my son is older, he is only in after school care and camp during the summer but he is always asking if we can pick him up later so he can have more time to play with his friends and that lets me know he's happy.
I have had 4 children attend daycare at Kids Kingdom and could not be more pleased with the care and attention they have been given.
One of my favorite things about their facility is the family-like atmosphere! It is comforting to know that if at any point my child needs a break from the classroom they are able to go into the office and relax on the couch. Over the past 7 years I have watched Kids Kingdom update their facilities in order to ensure that parent communication and child safety is up to date with current technology. I am happy to recommend Kids Kingdom to anyone who is looking for a loving environment for their child to stay at while they are working.