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"Thank you to all for a wonderful start to preschool. We’ve appreciate all you have done to transition (our son) to school. It will no doubt help him to move on to new experiences. Thank you so much. "  
- Preschool Parent
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Reach North Delta Preschool 

Preschool registration is ongoing for North Delta Preschool 2017-2018.

For more information, call Oshrat Zemel, Preschool Manager at 604-946-6622 ext 308 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Reach Developmental Preschool North Delta aims are to:preschool_boy_cutting_.jpg

 provide learning experiences that encourage  each child to reach their potential

 provide parent education through meetings, workshops and participation in the preschool program. Four hour preschool day is available.

 provide ongoing communication with parents regarding their child's progress
to recommend appropriate placement for the child when required

  develop the child’s ability to interact knowledgably and comfortably with all their peers.

Your child will make friends, learn to share, play in the water, the sand and the rice. They will sing and be actors, cook and clean, build and create and climb and explore. Through these activities, their self-esteem will soar.


Preschool North Delta Brochure 2016

Preschool North Handbook_January 2017

Registration Application_Preschool North 2017

Consent Form_Preschool

Family Rights_Preschool

Developmental Information_Preschool

Medical Information_Preschool

Emergency Contacts_Preschool


Have you ever heard of the theory of loose parts? It sounds like something you would find in an Engineering text book, not literature about play. Reach inclusive preschool in North Delta introduced “loose parts” play  to preschoolers in February and were amazed by the creativity, imagination  and joy seen in each child. In a preschool, loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up,and taken apart and put back together in multiple ways. The theory of loose parts was first proposed back in the 1970's by architect Simon Nicholson, who believed that it is the loose parts in our environment that empower our creativity.  The photos depict different ways preschool children used resources found after staff rummaged in the cupboards.  Loose parts create endless possibilities and invite creativity. For example, if a child picks up a rock and starts to play, most likely that rock can become anything the child wants it to be.Imagination, creativity, curiosity, desire, and need are the motivation of loose parts”, says Reach Preschool Manager Oshrat Zemel.  “Giving meaning to loose parts requires us to think about the possibilities of how a child learns and consider the materials and environments they use: we can’t wait to see what they create next!”  

Session Pricing:

M-W-F 9:00-11:30  at $175

M-W-F 9:00-1:00 (kindergarten readiness) $275  

T-Th 9:00-11:30 $130

T-Thu 12:15-3:45 $130 

Option for 5 days a week or afternoon program

For more information, please contact 604-946-6622 ext. 308 or 309 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

To contact the Reach Developmental Preschool North Delta directly call 604-596-0106


#3-3800 72nd Street ph. 604-946-6622
Delta, BC, V4K 3N2 fx. 604-946-6223
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