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Building Block School

Preschool | Nonsectarian |

PHONE: (603) 778-1383

125 Kingston Road

Exeter, NH 03833

Rockingham County | Map

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Building Block School is a preschool located in Exeter, New Hampshire.

This preschool's average Community Rating, based on 3 reviews, is 5 out of 5 stars.

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Associations: NAEYC; Coed; Nonsectarian
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Posted on Jul 23, 2012
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Excellent facility. This is a pre-school where children learn manners and patience. Their structured curriculum and class atmosphere is perfect for teaching children patience, listening skills, respect for their classroom, teachers and fellow classmates. If you are looking for a place where children are allowed so run around loosely and express themselves on a whim. This is not it. Your child will learn to recognize appropriate behaviors for the situations at hand, how to wait their turn, share and exercise self control. Building Block School will expose your child to music, the arts and pride in themselves as well as closely following the Exeter School curriculum expectations. The teachers are of high caliber and kind to all of the children. The facility is immaculate and playground is large and has high quality equipment for your child to have fun on. My grand son loved his first year; 2 day afternoon pre school session and he is eagerly looking forward to returning in the fall for the 3 day pre kindergarden afternoon program.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2007
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Great school with a focus on art - learning aout art, ad more importantly, learning through art. Covers basics in academics, but great attention given to the childrens specific needs and learning styles. Our daughter had trouble adjusting to school at first, but the staff really took an interest in making sure that she got what she needed in order to get the most out of the curriculum.
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Posted on Apr 22, 2005
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My experience, and more importantly my two children's experiences with Building Blocks, have been wonderful in every aspect. I only wish I had started my first child sooner, than I had been able to. The programs are all very exciting and entertaining, yet very educational. They have both learned so much. Although, my second child Mackenzie, learned much more, with more time available to her. She enjoyed learning, which is very important in the learning process of any child, and sets the wheels in motion. The Building Blocks Staff has managed to send two of my children off, with the tools they need to enjoy learning. But it's not over, soon they will have the opportunity to start again with yet another, my three and a half year old. Keep up the good work!
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