Looking for Preschool in Naperville Area - Westmont,IL

Updated on January 14, 2010
T.S. asks from Lubbock, TX
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We are moving to the Naperville area in Feb and I would like to enroll my 4 yr old daughter in a great preschool. She has been in a preschool enviro since she was 18 months and loves school. What I am searching for is a preschool program that offers play time along with a real attempt to prepare them for Kinder academically. Any suggestions?

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J.

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i have a friend who raves at the hobson coop preschool on hobson rd between washington and naper but it has parent involvement

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Lil’ Miracles Children’s Center
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Thank you for your interest in Lil’ Miracles Children’s Center!!!

Our state licensed daycare/preschool offers a safe, clean and secure environment, where your child will be loved and nurtured, with lots of hugging, holding, singing, and playing. Your child’s care will include his/her own crib or cot for napping. Lil’ Miracles Children’s Center offers a separate Infant Room, Walking Toddler Room as well as our Preschool-Age Room. Communication with a parent is a must, and we do, daily. “Toddler/Infant Grams” are used to give you a detailed list of what your child did and ate during the day, and it gives you the opportunity to let us know how your child was at home, before coming to Lil’ Miracles Children’s Center. Our parent board informs you in many ways. The daily schedule is posted as well as the weekly menu. The monthly overview, informs you of the educational theme, songs, and activities to do at the daycare or at home. Lesson plans, which are based on your child’s age and level of development, teach the children about the world around them, and include activities to develop the social/emotional, physical, and intellectual skills of your child. The curriculum is age-appropriate and compliant with NAEYC and Early Head Start guidelines which builds early math, language, science concepts through hands-on activities, promoting family involvement, No Child Left Behind and Kindergarten Readiness. Our 3 year olds are READING and work on kindergarten level curriculum, 4 yr olds read @233 words)and work on 1st grade level curriculum!!!!!!

All staff is CPR/FIRST AID/AED certified, special needs training, TB tested, clean background checks!

Curriculums: Christian & Traditional

Full & Part time slots, drop-ins welcome, multi-child discounts available.

Mrs. Hawkins
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email: [email protected]____.com

Environment: smoke-free, pet-free, firearms free, drug free!

Visitors include: Elmo, Santa, Dora, Pooh Bear, Blues Clues, Easter Bunny, Snoopy!

About me: happily married mom of 2 miracle babies, former certified med. asst for pediatrician for 8 yrs., 33 yrs of childcare experience.

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S.S.

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All three of my children have attended Little Blessings. LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT! Great loving, nurturing environment. There are so many extra activities, too. There is a dance studio, tumbling classes, enrichment classes and lunch bunch. You could even send them to 5 full days, if you needed to. My kids were really loved. I will be so sad when my youngest goes to kindergarden and I don't have a reason to be there all of the time.

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Call them if you have any questions.

Good luck with the move!
S.

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