THE WHY BEHIND WOODCREST PRESCHOOL
We love to see children learn. For over 45 years, the professional staff at Woodcrest Preschool have watched children crawl to run, trace to write, withhold to share. We love every moment of your child's learning. Woodcrest Preschool has 5 locations: Newbury Park in Thousand Oaks, Agoura in Las Virgenes, Tarzana and Sherman Oaks in the San Fernando Valley, and Lake Forest in Orange County.
Selecting the first preschool environment for your family can be difficult. Will it be the place to make new family friends? Will my child be cared for in a loving way? Will my child be prepared for kindergarten upon graduation? At Woodcrest Preschool the answer is a resounding YES! Learn more about our preschool programs by clicking on the link below.
Preschool Ages 2-5 Click to Learn More
10% of the preschools in the United States are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. NAEYC is the mark of quality childcare. All Woodcrest Preschool locations are NAEYC Accredited. Click here for more information on NAEYC Accreditation.
Selecting the first preschool environment for your family can be difficult. Will it be the place to make new family friends? Will my child be cared for in a loving way? Will my child be prepared for kindergarten upon graduation? At Woodcrest Preschool the answer is a resounding YES!
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For more than 45 years, Woodcrest Preschool has provided parents with the highest level of trust and care for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten-age students.
Our Enhanced Curriculum Includes:
Arts and Crafts
Author of the Month
Yoga and Gardening
Artist of the Month
Animal Ecology Program Monthly
Demonstrate word power
Your child is discovering how letters work together to form words and create fun things to read. To support her emerging literacy: • Have a daily reading time. Read stories and poems together. • Use artwork. When your child draws a picture, ask her to tell you a story about it. Write it down and then read it to her. • Play word games.
Discover the treasures at the library
Your child will find much more than books at the local library. Kids who visit the library regularly find a world of knowledge, fun and imagination. They learn and see others learning around them. To enjoy the library’s benefits: •Practice before you go. Try out your quiet library voices. •Meet the librarian. Introduce your child. Ask for book recommendations. •Ask about programs for children.