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Old 10-02-2012, 02:12 PM
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Hi, Can any of you recommend a good daycare for a young 2 yrs old kid in Cary/Morrisville/Apex area? We have visited All Starz, Kid R kid, Legacy Academy, Little Proc, Primrose and Creative schools. All facilities look fine to us. We more care about teachers if they are patient, nice and experienced. But with a half hour tour, it's really hard to tell which daycare has good teachers. Can any of you give us some suggestions? Thank you!
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Old 10-02-2012, 03:51 PM
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Which KRK location are you looking at?
KRK Cary is wonderful and the owners also own the locations in Morrisville and RTP.
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Old 10-02-2012, 06:29 PM
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We visited Kid R Kids in Morrisville. It's a little crowded. We live in west Cary but unfortunately we couldn't find any good daycare in west cary
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:30 PM
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Primrose in west Cary is good, my son went there.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:33 PM
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I have 2 boys, 8 and 3 and I have been at Kids r Kids of Morrisville since 2006. I cannot say enough good things about this facility. They have been amazing. They have loved my kids and they have taught my kids well. I have NO complaints which is amazing because I can be hard to please when it comes to my children. They have fun, they are well supervised, they learn a ton. When my oldest left the center to start kindergarten, I was very concerned because I got the kindergarten syllabus and he already knew everything on it. But, like I said, it is fun. I get there a bit late so they are doing circle time in the older 3's class when I get there and I am amazed at the topics they cover but the children are totally engaged and enjoying it. Also, the majority of teachers that my 3 year old has had are the same that my 8 year old has which speaks well of the facility. The teachers seem happy.
Last thing, I love that they have cameras. I don't rely on them much anymore but if I am bored in a meeting or if my son is transitioning, it is nice to open the app on my phone or computer and watch what they are doing.
I promise I am not affiliated with them, but I always appreciate speaking up for them because they have been so great to me over the years.
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Old 10-03-2012, 10:16 AM
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Thanks for all of your information. Unfortunately both KRK and Primrose are full for 2yr class. There is still opening in Little Proc Academy in west cary. It just opened last year and the facility looks nice. Anyone will recommend this daycare? I saw tons of good reviews for this daycare in google reviews but we feel it's too good to be true because it only open for such a short time and all the reviews came out almost at the same time. Not sure if we should trust those online reviews :-(
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Old 10-03-2012, 01:42 PM
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I have a daughter at Legacy Academy and its great. I highly recommend it. They have a very developed curricullum and my daughter comes home surprising me on a weekly basis with what she learned. From Spanish to soccer to yoga (seriously) they do a little bit of everything. Their staff is phenomenal and I'm 99% sure they have openings. They have a little water park outside that the kids love, give 1 week a year off for vacation, and are generally a bit cheaper than Kids R Kids. We checked both out and liked Legacy just a little better (although both are great). If I lived where you lived it would be between Legacy and Kids R Kids.
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