Helping parents build foundations for their child's success
Jump-start Your Child's Success
KinderReady was developed to meet the needs of children in all areas of their development. However, in order to meet the needs of children, we have to take care of their parents, too. Our coaches understand the monumental responsibility it is to be a parent. Knowing that you are molding a child and developing his or her personality is a challenging task and, unfortunately, there are no shortcuts for parenting.
So, where can you turn when you have questions or need to talk through your personal situation without judgment? KinderReady parenting coaches are here to help!
KinderReady coaches work with parents through their toughest challenges and they share their extensive knowledge in all aspects of parenting and children. There are many reasons why KinderReady coaches are trusted among families across the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Each KinderReady coach is a Texas certified educator that has worked in Texas public schools.
With over 25 years of elementary and preschool experience, you can trust the quality of KinderReady parenting programs.
Our coaches are trained in privacy and have background checks and fingerprinting certified through the state of Texas.
KinderReady was developed to meet the needs of all children and families regardless of income level. Our main purpose is to take care of children and their families. Please call us to inquire about pricing if special accommodations are needed.
Our coaches are available for phone or in-person consultations. Contact us today! We look forward to serving you.
Through consultations and coaching sessions, KinderReady coaches will provide parents with the tools they need to prepare their children to be academically and socially prepared for life.
10.6% of children are retained in kindergarten in Texas
12.4% of children are retained in first grade in Texas
Individualized attention and one-on-one conversations have been shown to promote the best learning environment for parents and children. Schools today don’t have time to provide that attention to a child, so parents must make sure they are able to provide positive communication while helping develop academic, social and emotional health in their children and themselves.