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What preschool do you think is great in Olympia? Why?


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chrispix August 14, 2008


What preschool do you think is great in Olympia? Why?

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Loridex February 26, 2009


Emmanuel Fellowship is great. The director and teachers are wonderful with the kids. The atmosphere is always fun and positive with good just enough structure for learning and fun w/out chaos. Each child is treated as the individual they are and the class size helps the children learn to get along with many other personalities and prepare them for kindergarten. It is a very safe, emotionally and physically, environment. It is a Christian school, however everyone is welcome regardless of faith and treated with respect.

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TeninoMom April 21, 2009


Dancing Rainbows is wonderful. It is play based, small and focuses on the whole child. The owner/teacher is amazing. The curriculum is student centered and follows the students interests. Great social skill development, large and small motor skills, art, science, etc.

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volunteermom July 24, 2009


Preschool By The Bay, run by the Olympia Parks and Rec Dept. is another excellent school. The ratio is small, the current Teacher is EXCELLENT as was the previous long-time teacher. It is one of the most affordable preschools; yet the caliber of children (behavior, etc.) is high. I sent two of my children there for over a year, and I would recommend PBTB to anyone seeking an affordable, nurturing preschool.

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Newbie2 April 18, 2013


TeninoMom....do you have the phone number to Dancing Rainbows? I've been looking for it for months!

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anichka May 9, 2013


I found a number for Dancing Rainbows today: 360-366-8001. I happened across it while I was having breakfast at Darby's Cafe this morning (I always take down any preschool numbers that look good in case I find myself looking again). We are very happy with Foxglove Farm, though. I highly recommend them if you value the outdoors. The location is far out (at least for me), but it's worth the trip. The kids spend a lot of time outside playing. This is their web site if you want more info: http://www.foxglovefarmoly.webs.com/



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