When children come into care at Fremony Kids Academy we do an educational assessment and begin to teach them based on what they need to learn to be ready for kindergarten. One of the developmental milestones we look for is the ability to jump on one foot. Practicing this skill is fun and educational!
The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy enjoy the company of their peers. They look forward to seeing eachother every day.
Following directions is a very important part of learning how to be in a group. The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy practice following directions every day. Going to kindergarten with the skill of following directions will make an easy transition for all of our preschool graduates.
The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy enjoy practicing fine motor skills. The pincher grasp is a prerequisite to holding a writing instrument.
Playing music is one of the best ways to teach patterns and rhythm. The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy love to have concerts and play drums and sing.
Fremont Kid's Academy has open preschool spots! Please join us now for a tour and reserve your child's spot now. We are enrolling for Spring/Summer 2019.
The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy spend a lot of time outdoors playing. Each day a large part of our gross motor skills curriculum is practiced in our yard.
Celebrating birthdays at Fremont Kid's Academy is a fun way to teach customs and the children in care enjoy a birthday party.
Making friends comes naturally to most young children. No matter if they are outgoing or shy, at Fremont Kid's Academy, we help the children in our care develop relationships with their peers.
Imaginary games are excellent tools to teach patience, creativity, and involvement. The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy enjoy playing imagination games.
Fremont Kid's Academy has a program for all children that are preschool age. We have a full preschool curriculum that encompasses infants all the way up to pre-k. All of the children in our program are assessed and then taught at their own level and pace.
Learning to share is not easy but the children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy have many chances each day to practice.
The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy enjoy working together. They become very close to each other and love to help each other learn.
All of the children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy had a wonderful time celebrating St. Patrick's Day. We ate green food, hunted for Leprechauns, learned about Ireland, and hunted for four leaf clover.
March 14th is Pi Day. At Fremont Kid's Academy we celebrated Pi Day by coloring the Pi symbol and talking about the diameter and circumference of circles. The children in our childcare program loved playing with circles.
Playing dress up is not only fun but is a recognizable milestone of early childhood development. Pretend play is something that children love to do but also expands their minds and helps them to achieve developmental progress.
The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy love to do engineering projects and enjoy building their own structures.
The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy create art work in conjunction with learning a lesson. Today the children are making a map while they learn about geography.
Learning colors is part of the customized curriculum for the children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy.
The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy are learning about shamrocks. They are having a whole week full of St. Patrick's Day activities.
Following directions is an important skill that must be learned by children entering kindergarten. Fremont Kid's Academy helps the children in our care to learn to follow directions in a fun way. We teach 1 step directions first then graduate to more complex directions. The children have so much fun accomplishing the tasks given to them.
This month we will be celebrating St. Patrick's Day and the children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy are learning about Ireland. They are making their own maps showing where Ireland is located in relation to the U.S.
Parents interact with staff about student's Projects.