Hello! I have nothing but good things to say about Dino Might. I see that some parents did not have a good experience and I am sorry to hear that but we are so grateful for Dino Might. they made a huge difference in my daughters life. She loved going there and learned a lot! The teachers were very loving and caring and always giving me feedback of how she was doing. I feel like the communication between me as a parent and teacher was great! As a parent I believe that if you want to know about your child's progress: ASK! The administration of the place was also amazing! Marlene is the solo owner for more than 25 years and she does a great job managing the place and her employees. The school is very clean and organized they have a great playground! and most Boca Raton Parents highly recommend this place! I have multiple friends that their children went there and everyone loved it! So I honestly can say that Dino Might has transformed the school experience for my child for much better! We are so happy that now our son will be join them! :)
6550 Broken Sound Pkwy NWBoca Raton, FL 33487
From Business: East Boca Raton KinderCare located at 6550 Broken Sound Pkwy NW in Boca Raton, FL is designed with your child's fun, health, safety, and childhood education in mi…
2240 NW 19th St Suite 703-709Boca Raton, FL 33431
From Business: We provide educational daycare in the greater Boca Raton area that focuses on days filled with learning and fun, the key ingredients of our Life Essentials® educa…
This daycare was more than a disappointment. If I can stop one family from a negative experience my time writing this review is worthwhile. The woman who runs this daycare cares not about children but about making money. I can see from reading other reviews that this seems to be a theme. There are fees and charges for everything. She continues to refer to her handbook but please, there is no excuse for ripping people off especially when it has to do with children. If you only see children as dollar signs your in the wrong business. The education is at most average and there is very limited activity. My child complained on a daily basis that all they did was sit around all day.
I have had my daughter at The Learning Tree Preschool for about 3 months and couldn't be happier. I like the following things: there is a security lock on the door that only the parents know; In this day and age, school security is a big issue. I also like that the staff ladies know all the children by name because it's like a home environment- everyone knows everyone. The school provides the snack which lightens my budget, and on some Monday's the director Kim has the Green Fun Bus at the school to provide a on site field trip for the children. The Fun Bus changes things up and adds enrichment. In addition, the open playground allows children to exercise their body's and gross motor skills- my 3 year old learned to swing in just the first 3 weeks there. My daughter likes the homelike small classroom environment. Lastly, although the classroom time is structured, the morning and afternoon freetime is when age groups mix. The benefit of mixed ages is my daughter can be the helper for the little ones and still try to keep up with the older children. Learning Tree is just a sweet neighborhood home that I would recommend to my friends.
Wonderful learning facility...teachers are warm and loving and treat children like family. Nice smaller environment fosters learning and care given. I would recommend this school to anyone. Infant room is smaller and children get more attention and do not get sick as often. Very clean environment too.
Footprints betrayed my trust. I visited the preschool with my daughter who was 2 weeks shy of turning 1. She was 10 wks preemie and so still not walking and on baby food. I asked director if they could accommodate her as they do not have infant area per se. She assured me they can handle her and would not leave her unsupervised. On my daughter s very first day there she came home with cuts above and below her right eye, bruising on her forehead and dirt in her nose and shoes. It is my belief; my daughter fell in the outdoor play area. This is upsetting as because she is not walking she should not have been left on the ground in the play area. However kids are kids, what is unforgivable is that the teacher told my husband that she scratched her face with her nails. Footprints never admitted that she fell. How can I trust my child there when you will not be honest? I don t know if her nails also bruised her forehead and stuck dirt up her nose!!! In an effort to be fair, I spoke only with nursery teacher and was unable to meet the director in person to discuss. She claims never seeing any injuries.