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Rosebud Garden


Rosebud Garden offers a warm and home-like setting where great care has been taken to provide beautiful environments where your child’s senses will be nurtured and nourished.

In Rosebud Garden, young children learn about life by example and imitation and are offered an engaging rhythm in which each child is met and can thrive. Children fully participate in incorporated artistic activities such as painting, coloring and seasonal crafting as well as practical household activities such as meal preparation, washing dishes, cleaning up, and laundry. Gardening and caring for our outdoor environment including feeding the birds that visit our play yard are meaningful outside activities that we do with the children.

Central to our program is providing ample time for creative free play, which encourages joyful learning and develops the imagination. Studies show that play in the early years is the key to success in school because play provides cognitive, social, emotional, physical and moral development.

Rosebud Garden provides for the young child an environment held by rhythm, surrounded by beauty, carried by wonder, respect, and reverence for all life building a healthy childhood foundation that enables each child to become a self-directed, aware, and compassionate human being!

Full-Day or Half-Day Options
This program is for children two to four years of age. Children turning five during the school year should apply for one of our kindergarten programs.

  • The half-day program runs from 8AM to 12PM
  • The full-day program runs from 8AM to 3PM
  • Extended day options are available through 5PM.
  • Children may attend either two, three, four, or five days per week.

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"The Parent-Child class at KWS is a beautiful experience that offered my daughter and I the opportunity to build community with a small group of mothers with toddlers or infants. Early childhood is a time when our children are learning to get to their feet (standing, balancing, walking and running) and we, as mothers, are trying to find our feet under us in our new parenting role. Molly (the teacher) gently introduced the concept of healthy rhythms and routines in a supportive home-like environment where our children delight in exploration and play and parents delight in camaraderie and personal development of our own." - Beth

410 West Seven Stars Road Phoenixville, PA 19460 Mailing Address: PO Box 350 Kimberton, PA 19442 admissions@kimberton.org 610.933.3635