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After two bad experiences with other caregivers, I called LSP thinking they wouldn't have an opening and they did! I immediately hopped in the car to take a tour. I had the most amazing feeling just walking in the front door. The administrator is phenomenal! We absolutely LOVE and ADORE the nursery staff. Out girl started when she was 5 months old and has absolutely flourished at LSP. They are truly family to us! Such a wonderful staff and I brag on them constantly!
This is our 3rd daycare experience and definitely the best choice. We love the small setting, with only 1 classroom per age group, all of the teachers and staff know your children. Our kids are not shuffled around through out the day with teachers that are unfamiliar. The teachers and staff have extensive training and have been wonderful. My 3 year old can sing full songs now and she loves to share with me what they are learning which is very rewarding. She recently came home and found all of the smoke detectors and shared what she learned. My 18mo old has blossomed in character, words, sign language, coordination, dancing, and singing. I love the daily emails about there activities, lunch, naps, and a picture of our kids having fun. The web cam system is priceless it has eased my mommy guilt and anxiety tremendously. When I go to pick up my kids they are not ready to leave, which is such a blessing. We love LSP!
Our Grandson goes to little playhouse and loves it. We love that you can watch him throughout the day, and the little luv notes, are something that I look forward to. From day one, everyone in the school has been so wonderful and caring. Stacy is awesome. We love our grandsons teachers, Ms. Lisa and Ms. Valerie. They have been so amazing and we are so grateful for them. Our grandson also adores them. We would like to do a big shout out to Ms. Traci also. This daycare, really cares about your children and treats them as their own. I have never seen a place that was so well ran, had such caring teachers , that truly listened. Thank you Playhouse, you are a blessing in our life. We would not go anywhere else. Thank you Ms. Lisa for being you and for all that you do.
My family and I moved to NWA four months ago. I was nervous for my girls to start at a new school. New teachers, new friends, and new surroundings can be hard on little kids. Little Sunshine's Playhouse could not have been a more perfect fit for our little girls. All of the teachers have loved our girls and treated them as if they were their own. They are all so upbeat and always happy and smiling. Both of my girls love going to school and they can't wait to see their teachers. My girls have grown and flourished over the past couple of months while being at their new school. The teachers take the time to invest in the kids, and build real lasting friendships. My oldest daughter thinks that Ms. Kelsi, Ms. Olivia, and Ms. Gaby just hung the moon. On the weekends, my oldest will tell me how much she misses Ms. Kelsi and she can't wait to go back to school and see her again. I can't say enough how heartwarming that is to a mom. She loves it when Ms. Gaby braids her hair like "Elsa" . She'll even come home and want to read books and be just as animated as Ms. Olivia is when she reads to the class. My youngest loves Ms. Maria and willingly reaches for her when I drop her off. That says a lot especially during these "separation anxiety" moments. Ms. Dakota is always full of energy and thinking of new fun ideas for the babies. She is always so sweet and tells me how my little girl did at school each day. Ms. Holly loves to get on the floor and play with the kids. They are all just wonderful, and I am so appreciative of everyone. The front office staff always greets me with a smile and asks how my day was. Everyone just feels like family. They have made our new transition an easy one! Thanks for everything LSP team!
Our sweet daughter is graduating after almost four years at LSP. We have watched her blossom and shine in so many ways. It is definitely bitter sweet time for us. We are happy to see her move on to the next chapter in her life, kindergarten. We are so thankful for all the wonderful teachers that have been part of her daily live for all this time. One of her most favorite teachers has move to another LSP but she still talks about her (Ms. Naya). Her first teacher was Ms. June, in the Daisy’s at almost two years old; Ms. June had to hold her everyday at drop off to comfort her. As she moved on and became a Dino, she was taken care of by the dynamic duos, Ms. Rachel and Ms. Ashley. It was a big change going from 8 friends to 20 but the teachers were amazing in still taking wonderful care of her and making her feel special. We never forget when Ms. Rachel came to one of her birthday party dressed up in pink tutu and dance with the kids; they loved it! It was one of the highlights of the party. Ms. Diane was her teacher in the Butterfly’s for a while and she did wonders for herself esteem and really helped her to stand up for herself, thank you so very much Ms. Diane, she adore you!! Ms. Mary and Ms. Heather have been taking care of her these last several months and no matter how much they have their hands full; they still manage to care for each child as an individual. The amazing Ms. Pat, always feeding all those lovely kids delicious meals and knowing all their names, that is incredible. Ms. Jennifer and Ms. Kendra, thank you for always being so sweet to her. We like to thank Ms. Shelly who was the first welcoming face we saw at LSP and part of the reason we choose LSP for our sweet girl.We like to thank all the floaters that have also cared for our lovely girl. Thank you to Ms. Melissa and Ms. Molly for always saying hi and bye to her even though when she did not respond back for the majority of the time. Thank you to everyone that has ever comforter her when she was sad or sick. Thank you to all that held her, wiped her nose, smiled at her, gave her hugs, taught her something positive, was kind to her, was patient with her (and mom). Thank you for everything. Much love!
My grandson, Ethan Jones, is in the care of Ms. Angie Dillon, whom I have come to know and love. I stop by periodically to visit Ethan, and am always welcomed enthusiastically by Ms. Angie and Ms. Valerie. I could not ask for a better environment and "super-specia"l care provider for my little Ethan, than Ms. Angie. I know my son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Jessica Jones, love her as much as I do. They feel extremely comfortable in leaving their most precious position in her care everyday.
I especially enjoy the fact that, as Ethan's Granna, (Grandma and Nanna, combined - cool, isn't it!) I have an invitation to come and visit him, hold, rock, feed, read, etc., as often as I would like. At six months of age, this access means a great deal to his Granna!
My son and his wife are fortunate to have Little Sunshine Playhouse, and most especially, Miss Angie, as their daycare provider for Ethan.
Thank you all so very much. I am welcomed by all whom I encounter as I enter your world!
My mommy love tank is full each day I drop my daughter off at Little Sunshine's Playhouse. As we pull into the parking lot she says "yay, school!" When we walk into her classroom, she embraces her teachers and friends. As I go to leave, she waves goodbye and smiles big. This is how I know she is in the right place. Besides the immaculate physical appearance of the LSP, the staff is truly kind, caring, and passionate about making a difference in these young lives. My daughter has been there for two years now and has excelled in all aspects. While I'm impressed with her knowledge and socialization skills, I'm so proud of the manners she is taught at LSP. Thank you all for the hard work, dedication, and compassion you give not only my daughter, but all the children at LSP.
Our son had his last day at Little Sunshine this week before he starts Pre-K at our local school. It was bittersweet since our experience at LSP was incredible. Our son is far more prepared for school than his older brother was at the same age. LSP makes learning such a priority. Their approach to education is spot-on. Our son loves to count, write, and he is starting to sound out words. In addition, the teachers are top-notch. All of them care about their students and they are very good at communicating with the families/parents about the child's progress. We worked together as a team when we had to address any situation, which was a very different experience than our prior school. Thank you LSP for an amazing journey! We know our son is set up for success as he takes his next step into Pre-K!
We switched to Little Sunshine's Playhouse at a VERY stressful time for our family. My daughter, Jayne (14 mos.), started at LSP the same day I was induced to have my son. I cannot begin to tell you the peace of mind that all the teachers and staff at LSP have given our family through this MAJOR transition. The facilities are top-notch and I have thoroughly enjoyed the "Watch Me Grow" cameras that allow me to see how Jayne is developing and learning. She has come so far in the short time that we've been attending, but it's evident in her communication and coordination. It's also a pleasure to catch the tender moments between her and different staff members and I can't wait for Eli (my son) to start at LSP once he hits 6 weeks. The Luv Notes program is another that adds to our confidence in our decision to enroll. The communication between parents and staff is key! We feel blessed to have found such a gem and would recommend and have recommended Little Sunshine's Playhouse to our friends and family in a heartbeat.
Everyone knows that a child can push a button or two. I know if my youngest son had the chance, he would get in an elevator and push everything possible, emergency stop included. Children push buttons everyday. Especially if there are up to 135 kids in a building. Imagine that big group of kids looked after by a big group on super sassy but loving ladies in that building. That's exactly what LSP is. These ladies work as hard as possible to ensure kids are fed, rested, loved, and encouraged mentally and physically. In addition to teaching, kids are kept as clean as possible. That is not the easiest thing when kids are playing in paint, dirt and diapers. I admire these ladies very much for being able to continue getting their buttons pushed a few times a day. They are amazing and not everyone realizes how amazing. I was there for almost 5 years as one of those sassy but loving ladies. If it wasn't for returning to school and having to care for my family I am sure I would still be there. I can't think of a better place to take a child to be raised other than LSP.