If You Need Montessori for Your San Ramon child, We Have Danville and Dublin
Oh dear! Decisions, decisions! And it’s all our fault!
At Learn And Play Montessori we have had a campus open in Dublin for some time, but if you live in San Ramon we have now really gone and confused you because we have opened our latest preschool and kindergarten in Danville. Which do you choose?
Both our schools have bright and airy classrooms with extended windows, and both have lovely playgrounds. The Montessori materials that we have at each school are the same, and the method by which our children learn is the same. So if you need Montessori San Ramon and Dublin, do you choose Dublin or do you choose Danville?
Actually, the answer to whether it is Montessori San Ramon and Dublin, or Montessori San Ramon and Danville may be simpler than you think. You know you want a Montessori school for your child, so it can be as simple as which way you commute up and down the I680! One way it’s Montessori San Ramon and Dublin, the other it’s Montessori San Ramon and Danville.
The Best Bit about our Danville & Dublin Montessori Programs
Here is the best bit. You know you want our Montessori school for your child, and you were thinking of Dublin. Or Danville. It doesn’t matter. If there is a waiting list at one of the locations – and there often is – you can join the other, and then just switch when a place becomes available at your preferred location. Now what could be simpler than that? Actually, if you live in San Ramon, we have just done you a favor. You have a choice of two, and they are both almost on your doorstep.
Now what could be better than that? The Montessori method, in our view, is the best in the world because it lets each child choose what to learn. From all the Montessori materials available in the classroom your child can choose whatever it is that interests him.
This isn’t sitting on the floor and listening to a teacher talking. This is exploring something that interests the child and which he wants to learn more about. The result is that he learns more because he WANTS to learn more. Learning, itself, becomes a pleasurable experience.
Think about it: if somebody said you had to listen to someone and learn about trigonometry, how would you feel? Especially if you wanted to learn about flower-arranging?
So we let the child choose from a wide range of subjects, and he learns because he wants to. There you have it. That is why the Montessori method works so well.
All you need to do, if you live in San Ramon, is decide which way up or down the 680 you want to go. Danville? Or Dublin? The choice is yours.