Maple Campus

Our Maple Fremont Campus is located in the Centerville District of Fremont, betweenThornton Ave and Fremont Blvd and is easily accessible from Highway 880 and is located minutes away from City of Newark. We are located at 37220 Maple Street, Fremont, California. You can reach this campus at 510-713-2402.

This cozy campus is open to children 2 years to 6 years old and offers a year-round Montessori program.

The Montessori Preschool curriculum supports the natural growth of young children in a nurturing, inviting, and orderly classroom setting. Students at this level engage in activities that build sensory motor skills, language, socialization skills, self-esteem, inner-security, and habits of concentration. Our teachers promote independence by guiding students to make choices, work collaboratively and independently, explore their classroom freely, and express their curiosity.

Preschoolers have fresh abilities and a strong desire to “do it by myself,” yet they seek an opportunity for retreat and reassurance as their intellectual, physical, and social skills bloom. Therefore, teachers prepare exercises and activities to recognize that children learn by doing. Classroom materials are always accessible, attractive, safe, and geared for a child’s success. Extra activities, such as art, music, movement, Spanish, stage performances and oral presentationsis are part of the curriculum in response to children’s need for variety and challenge as they grow, learn, and play. Our Montessori program components focus on the things that make up a child’s curiosity, culture, language, social interaction, and personality.

The Montessori Kindergarten program is the capstone to their experience at Learn and Play Montessori School. The students become leaders, sharing the lessons they’ve perfected with younger peers. With the Montessori materials, students practice reading, writing and math concepts. Our Kindergarten program continues the same Montessori philosophy of education we teach throughout our entire school- educating the whole child. Through the curriculum, the Kindergarten student is exposed to a wealth of impressions and information, as well as building basic skills.  Enrichment activities such as art, music, movement, Spanish, and stage performances, and oral presentations round out the Kindergarten experience, as well.

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