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02/06/2017
By: Leah M.
Mother Goose LLC
This is my daughters third year at Mother Goose and she actually asked if she could not go to Kindergarten in the fall because she wants to stay at Mother Goose. I absolutely love her care. She has learned so much in the last 3 years. She will be starting Kindergarten actually reading site words. They read them multiple books everyday. They do art and crafts everyday too and she is always coming home with projects. She has even learned Spanish. They have a great time on the playground with so many toys and options. My daughter has three IEP teachers that come to meet her every week. They have given so many compliments of how she has grown and learned so much. They think that she wont need anymore special education because all of her issues have been completed due to the fantastic education from the teachers. Mother Goose is home away from home. The teachers are so fantastic and really care about my daughter inside and outside the classroom. Miss Lisa, the director, is wonderful! She makes sure everything is going well and is constantly making little improvements for the children and the parents. She is always throwing holiday parties and have events where the parents can participate. They have music class and a gymnastics instructor come in. They always have special event like the fire company visiting and even a dinosaur guy for Dino week. The summer program is even more amazing as she has water days and the snow cone truck comes to visit. All of my friends envy the education and experience that we get at Mother Goose. It is a local business and I am so proud to call it home. I recommend it to all my friends and everyone in the area. There is no better preschool/daycare anywhere.
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01/14/2012
By: fazimoto
Mother Goose LLC
Our experience over the past 4 years with MG has been wonderful. The truth is this is a well run center that we feel offers the most for our child. Friendly staff, fun events, good curriculum, etc. Nothing ever have us a different impression. The owner is a great lady. We believe the former reviews to be totally off base and dishonest. So I would urge anyone considering this daycare to meet the owner and tour the daycare. See firsthand that this is a great place for children.
02/18/2014
By: Katherine D.
Mother Goose LLC
I had looked at several day cares when i moved to the area. I found Mother Goose to be very warm and inviting with a home like atmosphere. My 18 MO loves going there! I was amazed that he has a schedule to him him stimulated and engaged in learning while having fun. I feel confident and comfortable leaving him in the care of the Mother Goose staff. Thanks all for loving my son!!
01/16/2012
By: lena0105
Mother Goose LLC
My two boys attend Mother Goose and absolutely love it! Throughout two year experience with this day care I have been amazed how much they learned. The owner always provides fun activities and great curriculum for the children. The teachers are great and treat the children with love and care. Please visit Mother Goose and see it for yourself. This is a great place for kids!
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