Information for It's A Small World Learning Center IV, a Child Care Facility in Miami FL:
Address: 6565 NW 32 Avenue, Miami FL 33147
Contact Phone: (305) 693-1234
License Number: C11MD1462
Days of Operation: Monday - Friday
Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
Additional Information: Provider First Licensed on: 12/19/06;
District Office: Florida Dept of Children and Families (DCF)- Child Care Services
District Office Phone: (850) 488-4900 (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)
Rated 5 star(s) by Minita Foley on 2012-04-16 11:43:22
In 2008 I gave birth to my first child. After staying home with him for 5 months, I had return to work with Miami Dade County School Board and needed a child care provider. As a first parent I was extremely particular about whom I left my child with. I visited several daycare facilities and I was not pleased with the care they provided. I finally found one that I felt totally comfortable with. My son started It's A Small World IV.
I felt my son was completely safe and secure at the day care. It offers various educational activities, as well as healthy meals and snacks. The kindness and patients in which the staff shows to all of the children is outstanding. The facility is always clean and kept child proof.
I definitely recommend Its A Small World Learning Center IV as a child care provider to any family in need of an excellent provider.
With their background and experience and strong abilities to connect with children, this provider can definitely offer everything a family would be looking for.
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