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Montessori Preschool & Kindergarten in Alameda, CA

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Child Unique Montessori School:
Child Unique Montessori School in Alameda (5 miles from Oakland) in the San Francisco Bay area, is an accredited private preschool and kindergarten (For ages 2 - 6 years) with a strong emphasis on cultural subjects and arts. Child Unique Montessori School has a history of over 25 years of a commitment to fulfill the progressive needs of education and the emotional evolving needs of a child. We have always been a leader in challenging how a preschool / kindergarten can be in the world. Our underlying foundation, which enhances our Montessori philosophy, is a strong cultural curriculum and commitment to creating children who will be leaders of a peaceful, better world.

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Accredited Preschool & Kindergarten Programs:

Toddlers Program:

Photo of Montessori Preschool & Kindergarten in Alameda, CAToddlers are gently guided in all academic areas of Montessori education, along with an emphasis on grace and courtesy and positive peer interaction. Music, art and cooking are special focuses.

Preschool (Primary) Program:
The preschool classes at both locations incorporate the Montessori areas of learning, with an emphasis in cultural subjects and community connection. With a separate library and Cultural Room in which students can visit during certain hours, there are special projects and monthly in-services connected to monthly themes.

Pre-Kindergarten / Elementary Program:
Our Primary classes incorporate a Kindergarten / Elementary curriculum. A Montessori classroom is one in which the best education occurs within a multi-age structure, allowing children to learn, not according to chronological age, but according to academic and developmental ability, strength and interest. Our programs include in-services in the arts and sciences, walking adventures and outdoor activities which connect with the academic or social lesson of the month.

We have 11 parent committees, and involvement in the school is an important part of what makes our school successful. Parents volunteer time in school or at home in various aspects of school planning and curriculum.

Why Choose The Child Unique?
- We encourage children to be confident learners and shapers of the world.
- We have not only small ratios, but small classes
- We have a strong cultural program, which teaches inclusion and honor
- We have always honored families of all compositions and cultures
- We have staff who hold 10 – 20 years of longevity

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Address: 2226 Encinal Avenue, Alameda, California , USA
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