Moms and Dads in Danville, California, are busy people, with many having to work full time and commute up and down the 680. Others may not work but are active in the community, which is a good thing. Danville California PreschoolsWhether you are helping with social causes or activism, or just chilling out with some “me” time at the gym, you need somewhere to park the kids in Danville preschools, and if that somewhere is also teaching them at the same time, that is a very good thing too.

This is one reason why so many parents who need Danville preschools choose to park their kids at Learn And Play Montessori in Danville, and that includes parents from Blackhawk, Diablo, Alamo Oaks, Alamo, San Ramon, and even Walnut Creek and Lafayette.

Our beautiful Montessori school building is in a Tudor cottage style and has eight large and light classrooms full of a myriad of Montessori materials. There is also a very large gated playground at the back of the school which is separated by age groups and provides a safe place for the children to play, learn about nature, and develop their gross motor skills.

Programs That Fit In With Your Needs

At Learn And Play Montessori in Danville we take children from the ages of 18 months to six years, and we open at 7.00am and carry on through the day to 6.30pm so parents have a choice of different options of part time, full time, after school, and daycare programs which can fit in with their working day or the other activities that they are pursuing. We are only a couple of minutes from the 680, so we are very easy to get to.

To our minds, the Montessori method of learning is second to none. It lets the child choose what he wants to learn about from the huge range of Montessori materials that are on offer, and because he makes his own choices, he is learning about something that interests him. It follows that, because it interests him, he he wants to find out more about it, so he learns to love the process of learning because he is enjoying it. How different is that from the schooling that many of us went through when we had to sit and listen to a teacher telling us about something that we found incredibly boring, or even incomprehensible?

Our children learn by doing, not by listening, so they are using all their five senses instead of just one or two. We encourage parents looking for Danville preschools to come along and see for themselves just how well our children are progressing.