Manzanitas Spanish Immersion Playschool

Disclosure: Manzanitas Spanish Immersion Playschool has sponsored this listing.

2626 Packard St


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Manzanitas Spanish Immersion Playschool is a progressive Spanish language immersion program for children ages six months to six-years-old. Located in Ann Arbor, Manzanitas integrates the Reggio Emilia approach with research-based language development best practices. Children will grow socially, emotionally, and cognitively as well as develop their cultural and language competencies.

Manzanitas Spanish Immersion Playschool

Apple Playschools

Manzanitas is one of the Apple Playschools.

The curriculum at Apple Playschool’s preschools and kindergartens is Reggio-inspired and anti-bias. Their philosophy is that children have many ways of expressing themselves and learn best when connecting new information to their interests through play. 

At Apple Playschool’s the teachers are co-learners and collaborators. They constantly learn about their students and best practices in early education through documentations, reflection, and ongoing professional development.

The Apple Playschool’s organization supports feminist business practices and social justice through community events and partnerships, continuing education classes, and scholarship programs. 

Manzanitas Spanish Immersion Playschool

Manzanitas Spanish Immersion Playschool offers preschool for kids from 3-6 years old. They offer half-day, extended day, and full-day programs. The school is structured with designated rooms for different subjects. Rooms include a living room with a piano and books, a science and nature discovery room, and an art studio. The classes also spend significant time outdoors exploring nature and the community. 

Manzanitas is located at 2626 Packard St.

2017-2018 Preschool Guide

This listing is part of our 2017-2018 Preschool Guide.

2017 Ann Arbor Preschool Guide

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