Albany Preschool

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Albany Preschool
Albany Preschool is listed in the Schools Academic Preschool & Kindergarten category in Albany, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Albany Preschool which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Albany Preschool on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Albany Preschool is:
850 Masonic Ave
Albany, CA 94706
(510) 527-6403
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Social Posts for Albany Preschool

This is a parade. Yep - a parade - and this was only the beginning. Almost every object in the games room joined in.

Albany Preschool added 2 new photos.
Stylish fairy houses a la APS - emphasis on stylish

In honor of Spring, we made nests, just like the birds are doing now. Our brave feathered friends are quietly snagging building supplies from our hay bales. The nesting instinct is greater than the threat of 24 children running, climbing and jumping.

Albany Preschool shared Bing Nursery School, Stanford University's post.
Yes to Risky Play "According to the B.C. online collaborative project outsideplay.ca, risky play can “have many different shapes, but always involves the thrill and excitement of testing yourself and finding out what happens.” That includes playing rough and tumble – at heights, at high speeds, with dangerous tools or elements or with a chance of getting lost. Research shows risky play is exhilarating for kids, helps them learn to manage risk and improves their motor and spatial skills."
Research shows risky play is exhilarating for kids, helps them learn to manage risk and improves their motor and spatial skills.

Albany Preschool shared The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)'s post.
Join us on Tuesday, May 9th for a FREE webinar on play-based learning! Dig into the latest research on why play is critical to children’s learning and development with our presenters: psychology expert Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, and policy analyst Shayna Cook. Learn more and register today: http://bit.ly/2ocCEMM!
Educators will learn strategies to gently guide play in ways that boost knowledge and skill development; administrators and policy makers will discover why recent brain research supports increased time for play-based learning.