May 6, 2016
After 6 months of being a Stay at home / work from home mom…I realized my preschooler (and I) NEEDED school. He had been in daycare full-time since he was a year old so pulling him out and keeping him home with me was a shock to both of our systems. I quickly sought out preschool on recommendation of people who love me! I soldiered through the summer of 2015 and was thrilled to send him to school in August when the girls started. Oh my goodness, preschool is wonderful! For 3 or more hours a day my son is able to play, learn, socialize, and be surrounded by people other than me. It was SO needed for both of us.
It wasn’t a super easy transition though. I had a hard time finding the right place for him. We toured several schools and ultimately decided upon Little People for several reasons; one of which being his amazing teacher Mrs. Karen and the fact that my best friend’s daughter would be in his class (Car Pool Goldmine!) We are thrilled with LPLL and absolutely love everything about the school. I realize that some may be moving to the area with no friends, no contact and no idea where to start when it comes to searching for preschools. Here is a list for you to consider, contact, & get started! Happy Preschool Shopping! (Please correct me or send suggestions if you have any! Email is best: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Little People Loving & Learning (8:30-11:30 with enrichment options; 1 year through PreK) This is the only preschool we have experienced personally; as my other children attended daycare. Check out my suggestions on daycare centers HERE.
The Learning Tree
Hours & Classes: 2,3 &4 year olds
2’s- tues.&thurs. 9-12:00
4’s- Mon.-Thurs. 9-12:00
Little Promises Carthage 9am-noon
The Little School House – Half day preschool – 910.684.8555
Sacred Hearts Preschool – Sacred Heart Catholic Church Tues/Wed/Thur 3 year olds 9am-12noon. Monday – Thursday 4 year olds 9am-noon