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PHONE: (305) 466-1886

3565 Northeast 207th Street

Miami, FL 33180

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Posted June 4, 2013

We believe that Baby Stars has been more than fundamental to our daughter s growth. To anyone interested in enrolling his or her babies in early stimulation programs, we would STRONGLY RECOMMEND this institution. All the staff is very loving and caring and I can say without a doubt that they give only their best to the little ones. From Marggie, Lucero to Romina, I cannot express enough gratitude for the way they treated our daughter and helped her become a better human being. She had amazing two years and we are sad that she has already outgrown this wonderful place. We have nothing but great memories!
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Posted April 21, 2013

baby stars - all 3 of my children attend. All started with the Mommy and Me and progressed to pre-school. We love it--my kids and I. My kids bring home great art projects every week to match the curriculum topic of the week. The owner and staff are very devoted to a good learning experience from gross motor to fine motor to art and theatre as well as pre-k building blocks like writing, math, alphabet etc. my children are fluent in Spanish from this experience and neither my husband not I speak Spanish. A great gift at an early age. The April 30th post must be about a different school because baby stars does not have a lunch service--not to mention the parent can't spell.
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Posted December 6, 2012

Baby Stars are supposed to be a bilingual school but almost all of the teachers cant speak English - or very little. Our son has attended the school for almost a year and the only language he has learned is Spanish. In the morning when you leave your child no one is assigned to greet and make the process a little easier so most of the times you would have to lock your child inside the small gum. There is no outdoor playing field for the children.
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Posted October 15, 2012

Hello! My name is Karin Waldstein. My son, ori, is now in his second year in baby star. Ori is a wonderful child with a hearing problem. I have been in few school befor and none of them knew how to handel him. Sense ori started baby star he had made a Hugh progress and going to school with a big smile on his face. The teem is beyond professionals and so loving and caring for the smallest detail. I as a mother with bad axspirance with schools in the era that "have good reputation" can say, that finally , found the perfect place for ori to be and develop. I recommend this amazing school to any perent who wants to have there kids in a happy , stable, healthy educational and professional environment!! I give it 5 stars!!!
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