Acorns to Oaks is a preschool in Portland that aims “to nurture a child's natural desire to learn.” The staff offers a welcoming and safe environment where the students feel respected and valued, and the programs strike a healthy balance between creative play and preparedness for kindergarten. Acorns to Oaks has flexible enrollment options, and its small-sized classes ensure individualized attention for each learner. The activities include music, yoga, art, baking, and gardening.
Portland, OR(971) 285-2124
Aprende con Amigos is a Spanish immersion preschool in Portland. The staff aims to enrich the students' language skills and appreciation of other cultures, and it supports the children's physical, cognitive, emotional, and social growth. Aprende con Amigos welcomes potty-trained kids aged three to five years, and it invites parents to be part of the monthly open house. The website contains information on admissions and the downloadable enrollment form.
Portland, OR(503) 740-0304
Brooklyn Preschool is a cooperative learning center in Portland that has been serving families since 1971. The staff provides a supportive play-based environment that helps develop skills and self-esteem, and it holds open-ended activities that enable students to think creatively and make choices with confidence. Brooklyn Preschool is part of the Parent-Child Preschools Organization, and it holds a certification from Eco-Healthy Child Care. The members pay monthly tuition and an insurance fee, and they must meet a fundraising obligation.
Portland, OR(503) 234-7103
Hands On Art & Play is a preschool in Portland that holds a certification from Eco-Healthy Child Care. The small class size ensures individualized attention to the students, and the staff offers flexible options for the preschool program. Hands On Art & Play also holds after-school yoga and Spanish classes, as well as summer camps that involve arts and crafts. The website contains newsletters and helpful information for parents.
Portland, OR(503) 239-8521
Heart in Hand Preschool is a learning center in Portland that opened in 2002. The facility sits on a whimsical garden in Alberta Arts District, and it provides an environment that encourages curiosity, creativity, and a sense of community. Heart in Hand Preschool offers a variety of activities, such as preparing sourdough bread for baking and learning to speak Spanish, and it hosts a monthly open house to show the community how the staff helps raise well-rounded people.
Portland, OR(503) 287-4465
Homegrown Preschool is an educational center in Portland that uses “a hands-on learning model.” The program puts emphasis on building socialization skills and carrying out positive interactions, and the facility has an outdoor space with a playground and a garden. Homegrown Preschool welcomes students aged two to five years, and it admits enrollees any time of the year. Parents can call to ask about the daily schedule, description of activities, and tuition fees.
Portland, OR(503) 287-5215
Little Seeds Farm School is a child development center in Portland. The educational program draws inspiration from early learning theorists, such as Maria Montessori, John Dewey, and Jerome Buner, and it blends the wisdom with the founder's “passion for self-care, travel, and the agrarian lifestyle.” Little Seeds Farm School focuses on work time, which is a play-based, self-directed engagement method that encourages independence, respect for the surroundings, and collaboration with peers. The children learn life skills, such as gardening, cooking, crafting, and house cleaning.
Portland, OR(971) 998-7672
Lotus Heart Preschool is a provider of early childhood education in Portland that holds an Eco-Healthy Child Care certification. The facility has a play-based program that incorporates fun into the learning experience, and it provides a warm and nurturing environment that integrates interactive spaces and materials, including wooden blocks, puzzles, paints, and gardening supplies. Lotus Heart Preschool operates Mondays through Fridays, and the activities include singing, chanting, engaging in creative movement, doing the sign language, and becoming familiar with Spanish.
Portland, OR(503) 452-6148
Magnolia Blossom Preschool is an intergenerational learning facility in Portland that primarily caters to kids from the St. Johns neighborhood. The staff offers an environment “where children get to be children,” and the program encourages the participation of family members, including grandparents, in the development process of their little ones. Magnolia Blossom Preschool has outdoor and indoor facilities that allow room for playing and exploring, and it operates Tuesdays through Thursdays, from 9AM to 3PM.
Portland, OR(503) 869-0626
Multnomah Playschool is a cooperative preschool in Portland. The learning center offers a safe environment, and it provides various opportunities for the students to explore, follow their instincts, and feel confident in making decisions and meeting challenges. Multnomah Playschool's teachers have more than 30 years of combined experience as early childhood educators, and it grants scholarships to deserving families. The curriculum promotes diversity, and the staff does not discriminate against any person based on race, skin color, and gender.
Portland, OR(503) 244-9141
Pipster Prep is a preschool in Portland that aims “to outfits students with the skills necessary for success.” The programs give parents flexibility and peace of mind, and the staff offers frequency options, such as two-day and five-day learning weeks. Pipster Prep holds classes for potty-trained kids aged three to five, and it also hosts twice-monthly pajama parties that include dinner. Clients can schedule a free, no-obligation tour of the facility by completing the online form.
Portland, OR(971) 229-0752
Portland Circle of Friends and Family is a cooperative preschool in Portland. The program offers a supportive, non-competitive hands-on learning environment, and the staff provides activities that encourage positive social interactions, creative thinking, independent decision-making, and self-confidence. Portland Circle of Friends and Family has been serving children and their parents since 1996, and the term runs from September to June. The administrators accept donations online.
Portland, OR(971) 285-3264
Sonbeam Preschool and Daycare is a learning facility in Portland that accepts enrollees as young as one year old. The staff offers a wholesome, safe, and Christ-centered environment for the children, and it incorporates Bible stories and teachings into the lessons. Sonbeam Preschool and Daycare uses a phonics-based curriculum, which prepares the kids for reading, and the activities involve vocabulary building, color recognition, appreciation for science and nature, and an introduction to math, music, and the arts.
Portland, OR(503) 233-7272
Tabor Tots Preschool is a learning center in Portland that accepts kids aged two to five years. The teachers have training in Waldorf and Montessori education, and their goal is “to protect the young child's sense of wonder and imagination.” Tabor Tots Preschool starts the classes with song, rhyme, and movement, and clients can visit the website to see if the program suits their little one's needs.
Portland, OR(503) 933-0139
Tualatin Valley Cooperative Preschool is a provider of early childhood education in Tualatin. The program introduces the students to the academic concepts that they will be using in the coming years, and the facility provides a play-based environment, which allows the kids to have fun while building their skills and self-confidence. Tualatin Valley Cooperative Preschool welcomes families from various backgrounds and beliefs, and the activities include storytelling, puppet shows, creative movement, cooking, carpentry, science experiences, and field trips.
Tualatin, OR(503) 691-9866
Youngset Preschool is a learning facility in Portland that brings out the natural curiosity in every child. The center offers a two-year program for students aged three to five years, and the environment affords them opportunities to grow physically and intellectually, emotionally, and socially. Youngset Preschool opened in 1967, and it is a non-profit and non-sectarian organization, which operates as a parent cooperative. The staff implements a nut-free and fish-free policy to prevent allergy episodes.
Portland, OR(503) 221-0224