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Little Ones Pre-School

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PHONE: (718) 392-1254

4-74 48th Avenue

Queens, NY 11109

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Little Ones Pre-School is located in Queens, New York.

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Posted on Mar 20, 2014
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What a wonderful environment for the children. Such hands on learning in a bright, large, open space. The Teacher to child ratio goes well beyond city/state guide lines. A must see for those looking for children in the 2-5 year old age group. Their pre-k building has an amazing outdoor space for the children, such an added gift for the city children.

Posted on Dec 24, 2013
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LIttle Ones' has been around forever and they really care about the kids that go there. Almost all of my friends have sent their children there over the years and all of them have had only good things to say about it.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2012
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My daughter was at Little Ones for two years and we just signed her up for pre-k. The teachers are so warm and really take care of each individual child. I have seen my daughter grow and develop so much while she is at the school. The teachers really embrace each child's strengths and encourage them to try new things. Family involvement is really important at this school-- it has been a positive experience for my entire family to be involved at the school. You should absolutely check out this school. My family has only kind things to say about our experience so far at Little Ones!
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Posted on May 2, 2012
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this is a very bad school. No one is friendly, staff is rude to the parents and to the kids. there is no room for individuality and kids are not treated with kindness or respect, parents are treated even worst. keep your kids away from here .
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Posted on Apr 9, 2012
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Our son was at Little Ones for two years, 3 days a week. It was a very nice intro to social activity with other kids. They use to cook a lot together, play and create a lot with the wood blocks, doing experiments and have plenty of reading time. Book selection is great and diverse. The school is well design for the kids to have easy access to activities and resting area. Clean and safe with teachers who cares about our kids.
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Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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I absolutely agree with both of the prior posts. My child has been at the school for nearly a year. Unfortunately due to focus on keeping kids busy, vice individual learning and development, my wife and I are looking for another school for our child. :-(
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Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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I just moved to LIC from the UWS and my child has been attending Little Ones for several months. Being familiar with a lot of the preschool programs in the city as well as in Brooklyn, I would have to agree that the facilities and the student teacher ratio are positives. However, compared to some of the schools that I've visited, I feel that this school is weak in one important area...child development. They are great at implementing programs to keep the kids engaged and busy but what they lack is the flexibility to help each individual child learn and develop. Every child is different but the school does not seem to understand that in their teaching approach. I think Little Ones needs some competition in the neighborhood. They have been a monopoly and you know what you get with that.
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Posted on Oct 8, 2009
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I think this is one of the best preschools in the City. The staff is very professional and warm, the space is light and airy. There are lots of different areas and activities for the kids to play in, including a mirrored studio for music and dance. There is a high teacher to student ratio, which makes it easier to leave your toddler there, knowing they are getting enough attention. My only small complaint is they are open 8-5:30 for extended hours. If they were open to 6 it would much better accommodate parents who work 9-5. Normal hours are 9-2. Kids can go full time, M/W/F or T/Th (mine goes 2 full days). Can't recommend this place highly enough.
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