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Diane Hurst, Preschool Director

California State Licensed Early Childhood Instructor with over 30 years experience and Director of Kimber Hills Preschool in Fremont, CA.


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Providing a Successful Educational Experience for Your Child

Each year we assess our preschool students for kindergarten readiness. As we assess we are looking for overall developmental readiness as well as the ability to speak and understand sufficient English to successfully master the curriculum in our kindergarten classrooms. Occasionally a student will assess well developmentally but will exhibit significant difficulty with the English language skills required to be successful in our kindergarten
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HOME-BASED DAYCARE – OR – PRESCHOOL?

HOME-BASED DAYCARE – OR – PRESCHOOL? If you are a working parent with a toddler, you’re probably faced with the question of, “Should I entrust my child to a home based daycare or to a large preschool?” As I have had the privilege of speaking with dozens of parents who had this same question, I thought it would be helpful for me to share
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Now, for a Lifetime…

“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” Proverbs 22:6 – the words that inspired us over thirty years ago to begin a preschool of seven children in 1980 to what has grown into our present Kimber Hills Preschool ministry to children from age one and a half through eighth grade. Looking
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Now, for a Lifetime…

“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” Proverbs 22:6 – the words that inspired us over thirty years ago to begin a preschool of seven children in 1980 to what has grown into our present Kimber Hills Preschool ministry to children from age one and a half through eighth grade. Looking
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It’s much more than ABC and 123…

Are you concerned that your child is not receiving enough academic preparation in Preschool? With so much emphasis placed on academic readiness in early education with relationship to a child’s future educational success, it is no wonder parents want to know their child is receiving the best preparation possible. However, this concern is causing some well-intentioned parents to fall into the trap of expecting
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