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Welcome to

Building Blocks Cooperative Preschool

Play. Learn. Grow. 

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Teacher Nicole's Two-Day Class

Learn to play with friends! This class is about play dough, sand castles, slime, art, glitter projects, bubbles in the yard, listening to stories, and learning to be part of a class group.  Teacher Nicole's TTH is for 2-4 year olds.

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Teacher Sally's Three-Day Class

Learn to get along with friends! This class is about climbing, running, lego creations, marble runs, messy art, science projects, writing your name and looking through books.  Teacher Sally's MWF class is for 4 & 5 year olds.

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Afternoon Recreation

Afternoon programing varies by year. We are often able to coordinate classes offered by partners after preschool classes end at 12:30.  Past classes have included sports camp, gymnastics, music, and robotics.

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Summertime
Fun

Every summer is different!  We are offering limited outdoor Summer Camps for 2021.  Summers are all about water play, sandbox time, gardening, messy projects, sports games on the field, and bookmobile storytimes.

Donate to Building Blocks Preschool, part of the Loma Prieta Community Foundation

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Our Approach

In our school, children learn through discovery and child-directed play.  We believe that an atmosphere of mutual respect encourages our children to develop emotionally and learn successfully.

 

Building Blocks Cooperative Preschool is a high quality, affordable, parent-cooperative preschool established by and for the mountain community. We are located in the Los-Gatos Saratoga school district, on Summit Road in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

What Parents Think

"When my son arrived at Kindergarten after three years at Building Blocks, he knew how to ask for help, how to make many friends, and how to be comfortable and independent at school.  I was surprised on the first day of kinder when he just said, "Bye mom, I love you" and happily joined the line into his classroom.  I think this was because he felt confident and happy in being with the children that he knew from BB but also excited to make new friends too (because he knew how to do this).  At school he easily filled his own water bottle, took himself to the bathroom when he needed to, made many new friends, and asked for help when he needed help from the teachers or parent-volunteers. All the things he experienced at Building Blocks made it so he was ready to learn in Kindergarten — when he (and his brain) were developmentally ready for it! Thank you Building Blocks for everything!"