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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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Discovering New Priorities

    Cell phones have certainly been a welcomed convenience in our society. They are very useful when it comes to keeping families and business associates in touch with each other. They are a comfort when traveling long distances on the highway. Although not always safe, it is quite common to see people talking on their head set cell phones while driving to and from
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Enough Time to Just Play

Experts agree that playing is a child’s most important work. It’s how children learn and grow. Play teaches social and problem solving skills. It builds children’s imaginations. It helps them develop physically. To help your child reap the wonderful benefits of play: – Don’t over-schedule your child. Make sure they have at least one hour of free playtime every day. – Show your interest.
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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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10 Things Not To Say To Your Kids

As parents it is important to experience effective communication with our children. I came across this helpful article that speaks to 10 commonly used phrases parents say to their kids. If you are interested to read more, please Click Here.


Did You Know?

Did you know that when your child is building and stacking with blocks they are learning very important math readiness skills?  Even though it looks like play, blocks help children discriminate between shapes and size. Children are able to learn how equal parts can make a whole. Blocks are great for helping children to understand the concepts of measuring length and determining the value
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