Preschool | 211 students |
Based on 5 ratings
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My child had a horrible experience. She no longer attends Primary Colors and refers to it as her crying school. She did not like her teacher and constantly asked me and my wife to move her to the other teacher's class. She now attends a different school which she loves.
I have two kids in the Slidell Primary Colors that have both been there since they were 4 months old. They are now 1 and 3 and I wouldn't have put them in any other place. From the teachers to the Director all are easy to talk to if you have any concerns or issues. Both of my kids also have food allergies and they work VERY well to accomodate that. They are very into learning, safety, clean environment, and fun. They do a lot of singing, art, reading, and outside play. It is just the best school around, it is not just a daycare. And I would have never had my son potty-trained by 2 1/2 if it weren't for my son's teacher, Desiree, holding my hand through all of his 'accidents' and telling me that we are going to do it. I would recommend this school to any parent.
I have two kids that both started at the Slidell Primary Colors when they were 4 months old and I wouldn't put my kids anywhere else. They learn sign language, read books, learn letters and numbers, do art, and have outside play time. And they are very easy to work with and talk to from the Teachers to the Director. Both of my kids have food allergies and they are very cooperative and helpful with regards to that. I would recommend the Slidell Primary Colors to any parent. The rooms are clean and toys are age appropriate and the teachers all truly love to be with the kids. And if it weren't for my son's teacher, Desiree, he wouldn't have been potty trained by 2 1/2. She helped me get through all of the 'accidents' when I was ready to just put him back in pull-ups.
My daughter started out as a 'wiggleworm' when she was 9 months old. By the time she made a year old she knew several hand signs 'more', 'eat', and 'pretty'. Her developmental skills have consistently improved over the past 2 and a half years. My other 2 children also attend this school and they are developing at an exceptional rate also; especially my middle child who was born 2 months premature. I am so happy that my mother helped find this school and I would recommend it to anyone who is searching for a 'learning facility' not a daycare. They are preparing your children for elementary school.
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