Little Explorers Preschool Academy Chino
Private school in Chino, California
"Welcome to Little Explorers Preschool Academy Chino! We are a private institution that is dedicated to providing excellent preschool and kindergarten education. Our experienced and passionate teachers create an environment that encourages children to explore, learn and grow. With a focus on hands-on learning and interactive activities, we foster curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking skills. Our well-rounded program includes language development, maths, science, music, art and physical education. At Little Explorers, we believe that every child is a unique individual, and we are committed to unlocking their full potential. Join us on this exciting educational journey!"
Chino or El Chino may refer to: == Art, entertainment, and media == Chino (1973 film), an Italian film starring Charles Bronson Chino (1991 film), a Nepali film == Places == Chino, California, a city in San Bernardino County, California, USA Chino, Nagano, a city in Nagano prefecture, Japan Chino Hills, a mountain range on the border of Orange, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino counties, California Chino Hills, California, a city in San Bernardino County, California, USA Chino Valley, Arizona, a town in Yavapai County, Arizona, USA == People == === People nicknamed "Chino" === Chino Cadahia (born 1957), Cuban baseball coach Chino Herrera (1903–1983), Mexican actor and comedian Chino Moreno (born 1973), American musician Chino Pozo (1915–1980), Cuban drummer David Rheem, US poker player Chino Roque (born 1990), was a space cadets Javi Chino (born 1987), Spanish footballer Chino Smith (1903–1932), Negro league baseball player Jesús Alberto Miranda Pérez, one half of the Venezuelan pop due Chino & Nacho === People nicknamed "El Chino" === Alberto Fujimori (born 1938), Peruvian president Jorge José Benítez (born 1950), Argentine footballer Daniel Canónico, (1916–1975), Venezuelan baseball player Manuel Flores (born 1965), Salvadoran politician Roberto Losada (born 1976), Spanish footballer Marcos Maidana, Argentine boxer Álvaro Recoba (born 1976), Uruguayan footballer Marcelo Ríos (born 1975), Chilean tennis player David Silva (born 1986), Spanish footballer Melissa Calderon née Melissa Margarita Calderon Ojeda, Mexican cartel leader nicknamed "La China" "El Chino", photographer whose photos are used in the Netflix TV series Narcos === People with this name === Chino Darín (born 1989), Argentine actor and film producer Chino 'Fats' Williams (1933–2000)), American actor Chino Rodriguez (born 1954), American musician === People with this surname === Tadao Chino (千野 忠男, 1934–2008), Japanese civil servant Wendell Chino (1923–1998), leader of the Mescalero Apache nation Toshiki Chino (千野 俊樹, born 1985), Japanese former football player Vera Chino (1943), Native American potter Tom Chino, Californian farmer == Other uses == Chino (Is the Order a Rabbit?), a character in the manga series Is the Order a Rabbit?
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