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Little Flower Montessori

Preschool | Nonsectarian |

PHONE: (763) 559-5843

5224 Minnetonka Boulevard

St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Hennepin County | Map

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Little Flower Montessori is a preschool located in St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

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Associations: AMI; Coed; Montessori; Nonsectarian
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Posted on Aug 11, 2014
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Little Flowers SLP is a beautiful Montessori School which our family is so delighted to have found. Our 3 year old started in the toddler room at 16 months and has thrived over the past 2 years. it is clear through his ability to concentrate, his insightful and observant way and his thoughtfulness and manners that the children at this school are treated with such great respect and given an opportunity to truly blossom into themselves. The director Preethy is a passionate and joyful woman who cares deeply for her children and is thoroughly educated in the ways of Maria Montessori. The teachers are highly qualified, pleasant and communicative. My husband and I have also found a group of supportive, interesting and educated parents many of whom we now call our close friends. We are very excited for our second son to start at LFM next spring when he turns 16 months. If you are looking for an authentic Montessori education for your child and becoming part of a wonderful community of diverse and interesting families look no further!
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Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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A fantastic place. Fabulous teachers and curriculum, a great environment to learn in. Come check it out! My only small complaint is that the afternoon program is kind of haphazard, and that they seem to be a little bit more orineted to stay-at-hme parents who just want a morning program to send their kids, as opposed to families like mine who need all day child care. However, there's stll perfectly good care in the afternoon.
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