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General Info
Bright Beginnings is an early learning center provides a nurturing and stimulating environment that encourages children to develop intellectual, language and motor skills. It features a nursery that organizes play activities that focus on the development of muscles for sitting, crawling, standing, grasping, reaching, holding and walking. The center has a play yard that is equipped with climbers, slides, swing, and ride-on toys for infants and toddlers. Bright Beginnings conducts a variety of daily activities that include sensory stimulation using eyes, ears and fingers. It also features a library that offers a range of educational resources and materials. The center maintains several location in Anchorage and Eagle River in Arkansas.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (907) 248-3993

TollFree: (866) 632-9992

Payment method
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Neighborhood
Sand Lake
Categories
Nursery Schools, Educational Services, Child Care, Day Care Centers & Nurseries, Private Schools (K-12), Schools, Preschools & Kindergarten

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sonyaloveskorn

07/22/2014

Overall
Horrid

My daughter went there for one day. When I picked her up she looked like some one had scrubbed her face in the dirt. When we got home I washed all the dirt off n under it her face was all scratched n bruised all over. Her eyes were so red n irritated from all the sand in them they continued to ooze till she finally went to bed that night. Not to mention she starved almost the whole day she was there and didn't have anything to drink either. They said she wouldn't eat the breakfast n lunch they gave her. So finally when I called again at 1pm I told them to give her the food I sent. Which she ate. It was only snack food. But she was starving. Because apparently if they don't eat what's givin to them their policy is to starve them. I also told them many times she did not drink cows milk. And I provided a water bottle for her. Which they didn't give her. They only gave her milk. Which she didn't drink. So in summary not only did she not get any fluids that day but starved and aparently got beat up by some other child. Nothing was reported to me except that she didn't want to eat their food. I'm livid. I will never bring her there again. I have picture documentation of the bruises n scratches and blood red eyes. If I don't get a refund I will be taking them to court!

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