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K & K Family Child Care

105 Llanos Street, Verona, WI

Starting at $56.96/day

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The mission of K & K Family Child Care is to provide comfortable, secure, and nurturing quality child care, and encourage and support children as they expand their knowledge in each domain of learning (social, emotional, cognitive, physical, and moral) by maintaining a safe, high-quality environment staffed by a highly qualified provider; and to reconnect children with nature by playing and learning outside.

Thank you for your interest in K & K Family Child Care! I, Kristol Unterseher, have been a licensed child care provider in the State of Wisconsin since 2001. K & K was formed in 2001 between myself and my best friend, Kelly Walsh, in Madison, WI. In 2002, the child care moved to my home in Madison and I became the sole-proprietor. In 2018, K & K moved to Verona and became a Limited Liability Company, with myself as the sole owner.

I long ago completed the required forty hours of licensing coursework and I continue to meet standards for state licensing, including training, discipline, hygiene, safety, nutrition, program activities and keeping the policies of K & K Family Child Care. I am and will remain certified in Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED. I have completed over 500 hours of child care coursework, including the following courses: Infant/Toddler, Skills & Strategies for the Child Care Teacher, Guiding Children's Behavior, Center Director, and the annual Launching Into Literacy and Math early childhood education conferences. In 2008, I started a Child Care Mentorship Program for teenagers interested in early childhood education. In 2009, I completed the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Credential Program for Child Care Administrators. I am a member of 4-C (Community Coordinated Child Care) and a participant in their Food Program. I continue to take courses relating to children in order to better my knowledge and understanding of children, above and beyond the fifteen hours per year of continuing education required by state licensing.

A group size will be maintained that does not exceed State Licensing Standards (which the parent is encouraged to review). The license certificate and results of the latest monitoring visit will always be posted.

Among other things, I provide Huggies diapers and wipes, Gerber baby food, Parents' Choice infant formula, and nutritious meals.
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Reviewed by Florence E 5/5 stars
How much do I love this daycare? Well, Kristol, who runs it, is amazing. She's been such a resource to me as I've parented my high-energy first child. My daughter adores her, to the point of wanting to sit in her lap instead of mine when we've run into each other at community events. Kristol somehow manages to both get my strong-willed child to do things like nap, eat all her food, and learn to do good habits like cleaning up while still being loving and encouraging empathy. Back when we could go out in public (this review is written in the middle of the COVID pandemic), people used to give me SO many compliments on my child's good manners, and which was rather embarrassing as I knew the majority of the credit went to Kristol. I was initially worried that the small group size would be unstimulating, but I've found that instead, my daughter has made deep friendships, and not just with kids of her own age. Because Kristol's care is out of her home, she's also got helpful hours for working parents and is open during weather and other events that close most bigger preschools (I once pulled my kid to her on a sled because I needed to work from home after a snowstorm!) When COVID struck, we pulled my daughter out to protect vulnerable family members, and she's been asking when she can go back frequently. Kristol has been in the business for over 20 years and is fully accredited, certified, etc., so you really get the best of all worlds in terms of high-quality professional care at a much more affordable price than most of the high-quality big preschools in our area. If you're wondering what brings on this infomercial, I'm getting absolutely nothing out of posting this except for not feeling so guilty for having to pull my kid out, because my hours were slashed at work. If/when I can afford to have childcare, I will be coming back to Kristol and crossing my fingers there is an opening, (and if we ever have a 2nd child, I'll be texting Kristol to get on the waitlist about a minute after I see the positive pregnancy test).
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How much does it cost in 2021 to hire a child care provider in Verona, WI?
Hiring someone on Care.com to provide child care services will cost an average of $14.00 per hour as of June 2021. This rate may vary depending on the experience each child care provider has, how many kids you will need them to watch, the age of your children, and whether you need part-time or full-time child care.
How can I find child care help near me?
Care.com currently has 104 child care providers Verona, WI. You can search for caregivers by their distance from Verona and by hourly pay rate. Then you can compare their experience, specific services they offer and what age groups of kids they specialize in caring for. You can also read reviews from other families in Verona that have worked with the child care providers you're interested in.
What interview questions should I ask a child care provider?
You want to find a child care provider that will get along with your kids, but also follows many of the same parenting ideas you have. Structure your questions around how your kids behave in certain situations and what the provider thinks is the best action to take. And because there are plenty of activities to do in Verona, you should ask questions about the fun things each child care provider would do to keep your kids happy and entertained. Finally, ask each provider about their past child care experience, references from other families in Verona and if they are certified in first aid and CPR.