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Old 05-13-2008, 10:37 AM
 
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What's the best daycare in Broward County for 0-4yrs old???
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Old 05-13-2008, 09:26 PM
 
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
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We used to use Childtime in Tamarac. Not sure where you are looking...its West Broward if you are unfamiliar with the area. They are great Miss Nancy is the 0-12 months room and she is the best, easily. We had to pull our kid out because she got really sick, but we still use another girl -- Miss Cindy -- for babysitting. They are a national organization, so definitely look them up.
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Old 05-19-2008, 10:41 AM
 
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What's the best daycare in Broward County for 0-4yrs old???
Both my kids go to Trinity Learning Center in Lighthouse Point. Best kept secret in Broward. Here's their website.

Trinity Learning Center Online
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Old 04-22-2010, 03:54 PM
 
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I'm looking for pre-school for my 4yr old daughter. What's the best pre-school in Broward County? I live in Dania Beach. Some where around Dania, Hollywood.....Thank you!!
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Old 04-22-2010, 06:16 PM
 
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There are so many options in an area like Broward - the answer depends on your needs, location and your child and his/her needs. A good starting point in my opinion is Naeyc, mapping and then actually visiting the locations - I did it with my children and usually I had an immediate reaction - good or bad - I also asked alot of questions and had a list of wants (for example) when I walk in I dont want any delay in being able to get back to the care area; a well tenured staff and a slightly higher price means they are usually getting paid at least a bit better.
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Old 04-23-2010, 02:02 PM
 
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My suggestion would be to get daycare close to where you work. Dania nor Hollywood has any spectacular daycares- I promise. I lived in hollywood and drove to Pembroke Pines- to One Step at a Time Academy. LOVE THIS PLACE! But moved to Davie and am not impressed with the difference in the school (daycare). Knob Hill and 595 has Creative Learning Center and has a fantastic reputation. Note: Stop in without an appointment, dont let them clean up their mess first. See what kind of control the teachers have with the kids, and how they re-direct their attention if misbahavior is present. Also, if you call the school a daycare and they reply with "school" or "learning center" ive noticed they are proud because they actually teach and not just watch the kids.
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Old 12-07-2012, 06:45 AM
 
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Do anyone know anything about nob hill academy on stirling road?i don't mean to offend anyone in know way,my daughter and my granddaughter are students at nob hill academy. I notice their staff is majority spanish with pequeno english.
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Old 12-07-2012, 07:08 AM
 
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Do anyone know anything about nob hill academy on stirling road?i don't mean to offend anyone in know way,my daughter and my granddaughter are students at nob hill academy. I notice their staff is majority spanish with pequeno english.
So, you mean they don't speak English very well? Well, how is their capitalization, grammar etc? I am familiar with the area, but not specifically with the Nob Hill Academy... Many people believe becoming conversant in two languages is not a bad thing.
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Old 10-10-2013, 02:22 PM
 
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Smile Best Preschool in Broward County

The best preschool in broward county by far, locations in Weston, Davie and Coral Springs. Stop by for a tour, you wont regret it.[url]http://creativechildlearningcenter.com/cclc_davie_photos.html[/url]
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Old 02-22-2014, 12:46 PM
 
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So, you mean they don't speak English very well? Well, how is their capitalization, grammar etc? I am familiar with the area, but not specifically with the Nob Hill Academy... Many people believe becoming conversant in two languages is not a bad thing.
Stop being so easily offended! Sure she could have worded her question better, especially because of people like you who are just waiting for something to get offended about.

The woman, just desire for her child to speak the correct grammar and not broken English. I don't think that she have anything against Hispanic people or speaking a second language. She just desire for her child to get English correct first. I am sure it wouldn't matter if the teachers were black, white, or Hispanic, poor grammar ,is poor grammar regardless of who speaks it. I believer her issue is her child learning broken English. You know as well as anyone that Americans have trouble with grammar, and if you are honest when learning it as a second language it even harder to grasp, so don't act like what she said is not valid. It is valid, so cut the bull.

We all know that we all are judged by the way that we speak, if you don't use correct grammar you are judged to be less intelligent and are therefore valued less. If what I am saying isn't true then apply for a job speaking street slang or poor grammar and hold your breath waiting for a job offer. It stinks but it is what it is.

So, give the woman a break ,people are generally good at heart and none of us and I mean none are completely guilt free. You judged her, you immediately assumed she doesn't like Hispanic people because she doesn't want her child learning broken English. I am minority and I don't want my child learning broken English, that's not prejudice, it's good parenting. The woman's only fault was the way she worded her question and deciding to place it on this forum to be misunderstood or ridiculed.
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