My 4 year old daughter has attended World of Fun for a year now. I can honestly say it was one of the best decisions her father and I have ever made. I previously worked in a private day care/preschool facility (that has since closed down) and I knew what to look for in a preschool for my daughter. World of Fun was the first school we visited out of about 10 local preschools in the greater Sacramento area. I thought it was too good to be true that we would find the perfect preschool at the very first location. However, I soon discovered the more preschools we toured, the more I knew World of Fun was the right place for our daughter to attend. She had only attended a home day care prior to attending World of Fun and I was concerned that it might be a little overwhelming for her. I was put at ease by taking her along for the second visit. She began playing with the other children and teachers who welcomed her with open arms and open hearts. She quickly became attached to her teachers and a few close friends. The very first week of attending the school I was highly impressed with what she was learning. She began counting to 10 in Spanish (which we had never exposed her to), her critical thinking, fine motor and gross motor skills improved greatly. As a previous preschool teacher myself I can greatly appreciate how difficult it can be dealing with a child with a temper. Unfortunately, my daughter has a temper that needed to be tamed. The teachers have helped with reducing the frequency of "fits" as well as teaching her how to control her emotions. The positive reinforcement and positive energy within the school is absolutely fantastic. The teachers have all been very supportive of nurturing development while encouraging creativity. I also appreciate how all food (snacks and meals) are included and provided for the children. I don't need to worry about forgetting to bring a lunch or snacks for her to eat. Our daughter recently had her 4th birthday party and it was fantastic to hear her say she wanted to invite all her school friends and teachers to her party. I can't ask for a better preschool for her. We even moved about 6 months ago and we now drive an extra 20 minutes daily so she can still attend World of Fun where I know she is safe, has fun and learns throughout the day.
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We chose World of Fun for our son's daycare because it's convenient for us. It located a couple blocks from our home and work. That's besides the point; after visited WoF for the first time, we loved the facility - clean, secure, and pleasant environment. Our son attends WoF for almost two years now and we notice his learning skills are excelling. He came home one day speaking spanish (counting from 1-10, that is). It took me and my husband off guard. Now, he know three different languages; thanks to the administrator and the support Staff at WoF for providing a high quality of education to our son. We recommend World of Fun to any parents because they are very flexible with us according to our needs and our son's needs. Every time we pass by the facility, he likes to tell us that "That's my school and I like to play with friends". Therefore, we know as parents that the Staff at World of Fun is taking an excellent care of our son by making him feel comfortable like being home away from home. The Sayasone Family.
WOF is an incredible child care center/preschool. From the moment we entered the facility both my husband and I knew that this was a wonderful school.It is clean, safe, and structured. The staff is caring and very personable. You can approach them with ANY questions and they will always take the time to talk to you about your child/children. Our daughter is in the infant room and we couldn't ask for a better place for our now one year old to spend her day. She is using sign language that she learns at school and all of her needs are tended to each day. She is always happy to go to school, her teachers are fabulous. I consider them to be like family. The preschool is also wonderful. Each day our son comes home telling us what he learned and how much fun he had. He loves his teachers and is constantly talking about them. I know that when the time comes my son will be more than ready for kindergarten.