Two Income Family in Fremont. Two Income Stresses. Where’s the Preschool?
Many Fremont residents today are part of a two-income family for the simple reason that they have to be. Fifty years or more ago, the husband went out to work and provided the income while the wife stayed at home and looked after the children. It actually worked very well – and had done for thousands of years. Back in the day, the husband went hunting while the wife stayed at home in the cave!
However, times change, and today we have more technology and gadgets than ever to make our lives easier. The only problem is that these things cost money. Just how many weeks do you have to work to afford a 70″ HDTV with all the latest gadgets?
So in the 21st century it has become almost essential for both partners to go out to work, which can cause considerable stress when you have a two year old and need Fremont day care. Where can you find Fremont, California, day care that is open early enough to drop your child off before heading to work and is open long enough so that you can pick him up on the way home? And where is there one close to your commute or workplace?
We Have The Answer: Preschool Options in Fremont, California
At Learn And Play Montessori we have the answer which is why we have set up no less than four Fremont day care schools in Niles, Maple, Peralta, and Irvington – so there is a Learn And Play Montessori near you. All our campuses open early in the morning – typically at 7.00 am – and stay open until around 6.00 to 6.30 pm. We take children from 2 years to six, so you know they will be well looked after all day learning the Montessori way.
This works on the basis that each child is an individual and wants to learn about things which interest him, so the children are allowed to choose for themselves from the wide range of Montessori materials. They very quickly start to learn because they want to learn, not because they are being told what to do. It makes sense: if you want to do something you are going to do more of it.
Our children learn by doing and using all their five senses rather than sitting on the floor or a chair listening to a teacher talking to them about something that they may have no interest in. The teacher watches each child as he or she progresses, and introduces new materials at the right time, so that the child can explore further.
If you know little or nothing about the Montessori method – or even if you understand the process – we welcome all parents to visit for a school tour and see for themselves just how well the children are progressing.