Bringing up children to become good citizens begins at home. You need to get them to love learning and that begins with good parenting. To be fair, there is no school for parents: no school which teaches you how to parent.
Peralta Fremont Campus
September 30, 2019 – Newark and Union City, California. Learn and Play Montessori, a best-in-class preschool program serving the “Tri City” area of Newark, Union City, and Fremont is proud to announce a new informational post on preschool options for busy parents and their children.
Fremont is often known as the Tri-cities area. Why? Well, because there’s Union City, there’s Fremont, and there’s Newark here in the beautiful East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Fremont, California – August 31, 2019. Learn and Play Montessori, a best-in-class Montessori preschool in Fremont, Dublin, and Danville, is proud to announce a new post for the back-to-school season. Fall enrollment can apply to parents of pre-kinder students living in the East Bay and seeking the best preschool options.
Summer is here – and if you live in San Ramon and are looking for San Ramon preschool programs, so is Danville. It’s only three miles away, after all, and if your child is in a public school the whole thing closes down in June and stays shut all summer.
Summer Fremont kindergarten programs are filling up fast! One of the tragedies is that the public kindergartens operate ONLY to June, and then what do you do with your kindergarteners?
Fremont, California – March 27, 2019. Learn and Play Montessori, a top preschool program in Fremont, California, is proud to announce content upgrades for its Peralta location. Busy Fremont parents can learn more via social media updates for one of its key preschools serving central Fremont and the Centerville neighborhood.
Kindergarten is underway again here in Fremont – at least in the public schools. Some of them are already full, and it is not easy to deal with the public school bureaucracy.
Kindergarten is underway here in Fremont, at least in the public schools. Some schools are “full,” and it’s not easy to deal with the public school bureaucracy. Our schools are private, which makes us easy to deal with and eager to please, but even our schools do not always have availability.