Day-care facility "Blumenland"
- Situational pedagogy
- Target group are children of students; parents as well as
children have a distinct international profile
- Project work
- Learning by comprehension with all senses
- Movement-oriented spaces
- Music education
- Nature education
- Self-effective learning through playing
- Federal programme " Language Kitas: Because language is the key to the world"Early language education makes an important contribution to ensuring that every child has the same starting opportunities. The programme is dedicated to the topics of language education integrated into everyday life, inclusive pedagogy and cooperation with families. The programme strengthens the educational professionals in the language day-care centres in systematically observing the children's language development and their own language behaviour and in anchoring ideas for language education in everyday life. The Studierendenwerk Karlsruhe will receive a total of 100,000 euros over four years. This sum will be used for an additional specialist in the field of language education, who will develop concepts for language education integrated into everyday life in the day care centre together with the team.
- SPATZ-Early childhood language support"Singen - Bewegen - sprechen" (SBS, sing, move, talk) offers, thanks to the assumption of the costs for the music pedagogical staff by the state of Baden-Württemberg, a support programme that is available to children with additional language support needs from the first year of kindergarten. It is a music education programme that supports children of kindergarten age holistically and develops language skills through play. The project has been running in our childcare facilities since 2016.
- Family Centre In 2018, the state of Baden-Württemberg endorsed the further development of childcare centres into family centres and provided a further 2,000 euros. The 5 B's of accompaniment, relationship, encounter, education and care for families are to be further developed through low-threshold, needs-oriented services. The City of Karlsruhe accompanies the programme by organising regular network meetings of all family centres in order to use synergy effects.
- PFIFFIXmini The prevention programme for kindergarten children.Health promotion in kindergarten: In the evaluated PFIFFIX project of the health insurance company mhplus, which is carried out together with the SSC Karlsruhe, children are taught healthy behaviour using experience-oriented and playful teaching methods. The field of action "movement" is preferred and includes the areas of coordination, fitness, communication and social behaviour. The other subject areas are in the fields of action nutrition as well as stress management and relaxation.
- Fruit tree sponsorshipsThe City of Karlsruhe offers children the opportunity to experience orchards throughout the year, to become familiar with the first tasks in an orchard and to learn about different ways of using fruit. After receiving the certificate of their tree sponsorship, the trees may be harvested, which both of our institutions used intensively. Together with their parents, the children harvested 400 kilograms of apples and had them pressed into almost 300 litres of apple juice.
- BEKI Certificate Conscious Child NutritionThe laughing pear stands for the state initiative BeKi - Conscious Child Nutrition of the Ministry of Rural Areas and Consumer Protection Baden-Württemberg. The BeKi certificate of the State Initiative for Conscious Child Nutrition is a quality feature for day care centres. It stands for a balanced and varied diet. In addition to team training, parent events were held to sensitise parents to healthy nutrition. The certificate was awarded at the beginning of 2018, after one and a half years of monitoring by the district office " Forum ernähren, bewegen, bilden" (Forum nourish, move, educate).
Every child for whom a childcare place is sought in Karlsruhe must be registered via this portal. You can find all further information here.It is important that you get a personal impression of the facility where your child will be spending time. Therefore, please take advantage of the opportunity to visit our facilities on a regular basis. Please feel free to contact us directly. Do not be afraid to ask. The teams in the day care centres look forward to your questions and the interest expressed in their work. You can find the application form here.
Adlerstraße 26 (im Hinterhaus)
Sarah LauxPhone: +49 721 69096000