Fremont Kid's Academy is now enrolling for our Preschool Program for Winter 2019. Contact us now to request a tour.
We hold regular open house tours on Tuesdays at 10:00am. Text your name and date preference to 925-321-1232 to sign up for a tour.
Reservations for our Infant and Preschool program are first come, first served, with preference given to full time participants.
Priority reservations are available for a $250 non-refundable wait list fee.
This fee ensures that your child is moved to the front of the wait list just behind any other families with priority reservations. It is non-refundable and is separate from all Tuition and Enrollment fees.
Fremont Kid’s Academy provides a comfortable home environment for children as they participate in our kindergarten readiness program and peace of mind for parents through webcam observation and regular program involvement.
License # 013421935
License # 013421935
1. Comfortable Home Environment
Children enjoy a nurturing environment complete with all the comforts of home. Separating from family members can be difficult on children. Finding familiar items such as couches, stuffed animals, toys, and loving arms help children make a smooth transition from family to care provider each day.
2. Customized Kindergarten Readiness Curriculum
Through our relationships with the community, Fremont Kid's Academy offers preschool curriculum geared toward kindergarten readiness for each local elementary school. Children have an opportunity to be exposed to concepts and ideas they will encounter in their kindergarten classrooms in the future.
3. Peace of Mind for Parents
Parental peace of mind is one of the most important aspects of our program. We offer state of the art webcams through a secure server that gives parents the opportunity to observe the program and ensure the happiness of their children. Our blog page allows parents to view the materials and projects that the students are working on and communication between parents and staff is emphasized on a regular basis. We use multiple methods of communication including email, text, phone, bulletin boards, newsletters, and good old face to face conversations to ensure that parents know what is happening for their children.
7:45 - 9:00am
Free Play and Breakfast
Children arrive to find a warm and caring staff and upbeat environment. Activities are available for exploration, music is turned on, and friends welcome them into their day. Drop in breakfast is served and parents can interact with staff.
9:00 - 9:30am
Project Time and Curriculum
Projects are set out to discover and learn. Each project is a combination of curriculum categories and is driven by the children's interests.
9:30 - 10:30am
Circle Time and Curriculum
Circle time is when the children and staff all come together to discuss what projects will be tackled. Each child interacts and helps to determine the project for the week based on their interests. Stories are included in circle time to encourage new ideas and explore curriculum concepts.
10:30 - 11:00am
Snacks consist of healthy options such as hard boiled eggs, cheerios, cheese, crackers, and fruit.
11:00 - 12:00pm
Outdoor Free Play
Free play is a time when children are encouraged to interact with their environment and stretch their legs. We often play music, dance, and practice gross motor skills.
12:30 - 1:00pm
Children are served a community lunch. Healthy choices are always provided and staff joins in to facilitate good communication.
1:00 - 3:00pm
Children have the opportunity to relax and rest. Napping is not required and quiet activities are provided such as story books, music, and individual play.
4:00 - 4:30pm
A full dinner is provided in the early afternoon to ensure that children are not hungry when parents arrive at 5:30 or 6pm to pick them up.
4:30 - 6:00pm
Free Play and Curriculum
Children have the opportunity to get outside and play or work on their projects and express themselves through activities until they are ready to go home.