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/kəˈlīdəˌskōp/    noun

1. a toy consisting of a tube containing mirrors and pieces of colored glass or paper, whose reflections produce changing patterns that are visible through an eyehole when the tube is rotated.

2. a group of butterflies.

3. an early childhood education learning space celebrating children and their families.

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The Story

Our origin story started with organic interactions our team had with parents and other caring adults. Families came to us asking for more materials and concepts to reinforce lessons introduced in the classroom. The result? Our team launching Kaleidoscope Learning to share our knowledge with families.

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The Team

The Kaleidoscope Learning team is passionate about bringing early childhood education into families' homes. Our small but mighty team is ready to explore early childhood education topics alongside you. Check out our team page to learn more about the faces behind Kaleidoscope Learning.

Kaleidoscope Learning seeks to empower families during a crucial period of their child's development
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Guiding Principles

Our team is passionate about nurturing the whole child and their family. Our experienced educators and enriching environment promote social-emotional development, healthy habits, and metacognitive skills alongside academics. We place particular emphasis on literacy and early reading; we employ researched-based pedagogies and provide resources to families who hope to learn more about child development.


Inspired by the Montessori pedagogy, we provide individualized educational experiences tailored to the needs and interests of each child using scientifically-designed, beautifully crafted, hands-on learning materials. We implement research-based pedagogies informed by cognitive neuroscience, child development, and longitudinal studies examining quality of life indicators.

"Knowing that we can be loved exactly as we are gives us all the best opportunity for growing into the healthiest of people."

- Fred Rogers


Contact Us

1669 Arcade St. 

Saint Paul, MN 55106

Family Resource Center Phone: (651) 340-1413

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