Donning a large blanket and proclaiming to be Elsa is a normal occurrence for some of the children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy. We appreciate the enthusiasm and encourage the pretend play with music, dance, and of course singing, because sometimes you just have to let it go.
Today was pigtail day at Fremont Kid's Academy. All the girls wanted to get their hair done up in pigtails.
Learning to make believe is a multi step approach, it starts with observing other children playing with items. Today all of the children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy were playing with a toy and one of our youngest joined in the action. We love to see children on the path to learning and encourage them along the way.
Using unconventional paint brushes is a fan favorite with the children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy. Today we used the wheels on a toy train to make interesting marks with paint. We talked about the difference between parallel lines versus intersecting lines.
The children at Fremont Kid's Academy were busy today creating art in the shape of bugs. Summer time is full of insects and the children observe them everyday. Today we created our own buggy friends.
The children in care at Fremont Kid's Academy get a chance to be creative everyday. Today they made water color window hangings from coffee filters.
Learning the alphabet is a gradual process that takes practice and repetition. At Fremont Kid's Academy we offer many opportunities to play with the letters and become familiar with the sequence.
Creating long-lasting friendships is one of the goals of Fremont Kid's Academy. The children enrolled in our care quickly become fast friends and treat each other like family members.
The first day in childcare can be scary but at Fremont Kid's Academy we are prepared with lots of love and hugs to make the transition easy and fun.
Close relationships are fostered in childcare settings. At Fremont Kid's Academy we help the children in our care become lifelong friends with those enrolled along side them.
Learning to recognize patterns is one of the most important preschool activities that a child can master. Patterns are present in math, science, reading, art, music, design and most other subjects. At Fremont Kid's Academy we use patterns as a fun way for children to play while learning.
Learning the names of the parts of their faces is sometimes a difficult task for preschoolers. Unlike learning the names of other body parts they cannot see their own faces unless looking into a mirror. Imitation is a great way to help them practice...we stick out our tongue, they copy us and we name the body part. Same thing with the rest of the parts of the face, the ability to imitate is a great teacher.
Parents interact with staff about student's Projects.