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Kangaroo Kids Teachers Get Ready for the Fall Festival


BRANCHBURG, NJ - Kangaroo Kids teachers, families and students kicked off an exciting new school year. 

Teachers have been busy planning curriculum activities for from 6 weeks old through a full day private school kindergarten and before and after school programs. Beyond their traditional education, they will also enjoy music classes with Miss JoAnne, and learn Chinese from Miss Cynthia. They will extend learning beyond the classroom as they go on a trip this month to a farm to learn how apples grow. 

Oct. 9 through 15 is National Fire Safety Week where children will have a visit from the local fire department.  They will also learn to stop, drop and roll and the important safety steps to prevent and prepare for emergencies.  It is an important time for all families to check their smoke detectors and review their emergency evacuations plans. 

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National Bus Safety Week starts Oct. 17.  Kangaroo Kids children will learn the importance of proper behavior and how to safely getting on and off a bus.   Parents should make sure children have a safe place to wait for their bus, away from traffic, and instruct their children to stay away from the bus until it comes to a complete stop and the driver signals you to enter.

Kangaroo Kids Child Care and Learning Center will be hosting a family event Oct. 28 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at 1047 Route 28, Branchburg.  Bring the family and enjoy fall crafts, games, bounce house, pumpkin carving contest display and a trunk or treat.  It will also be the Kick Off for our Food Drive to help support those less fortunate in our community.  The only entrance fee will be a can of food for the food bank. 

There will be a costume exchange where you can bring an outgrown costume and exchange it for another that someone else has outgrown!  Families new to Kangaroo Kids will receive a $100 off coupon to enroll at Kangaroo Kids or $500 off full time enrollment for any new families that enroll on the date of the event by mentioning this article.

 For further information like the Kangaroo Kids Child Care Facebook page, call 908-231-7800 or email

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