We have taken full advantage of the recent beautiful weather by bringing our lunch outside and enjoying the day. A healthy lunch, shared with friends is always on the menu at Fremont Kid's Academy.
Cleaning up after the morning meal is a group effort at Fremont Kid's Academy. Children take an active role in all parts of their care. From meal preparation, to clean up, we include everyone with special jobs that encourage cooperation and independence.
Handling writing instruments combines fine motor skills with artistic expression. Children of all ages at Fremont Kid's Academy are encouraged to practice writing, drawing, and playing with pens, pencils, and markers. Learning to write is so much fun.
Learning to balance is the precursor to walking. Playing with toys that promote practicing those skills is an easy way to encourage pre-walkers to get up and get moving. Fremont Kid's Academy has a plethora of toys designed to meet the growing needs of all the children in our care. We make play time fun and encourage growth everyday.
The children at Fremont Kid's Academy had a wonderful time making Valentine's Day cards for their parents. They were creative with paint, hearts, and construction paper.
Learning to write is a multi-step, multi-year process that takes time, patience, and lots of practice. Children at Fremont Kid's Academy get all of those things in their daily play routine. Chalk boards encourage play and expression through pre-writing motor skills.
Fremont Kid's Academy supports children as they grow through all the phases of early childhood development. Learning to feed themselves is a skill that all children benefit from and is encouraged by older siblings and friends.
Friends play together getting familiar with using tools to measure things like height. They take turns guessing how tall they are and measuring each other. We support a learning style that is very hands on and playful. They may not know it, but they are practicing skills they will need in kindergarten.
Fremont Kid's Academy provides care for children of all ages. From infants to school aged children, we work to incorporate all ages into the activities that we plan. Making wave bottles with oil, vinegar, and food coloring is a fun measurement activity for the oldest children, a pouring activity for the middle aged children, and an interesting sensory observation for the youngest. Everyone is included and they all learn from each other.
Parents interact with staff about student's Projects.