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>> Home >> Missouri >> Springfield Childcare Providers >> Learn & Grow Organic Daycare

Learn & Grow Organic Daycare

Name:  Learn & Grow Organic Daycare
Address:  3411 S. Kansas Ave.
 Springfield , MO 65807
  
Phone:  (417) 812-6008

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Hours of Operation
Monday
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Ages 
To:
5 years
 

Description:
Learn & Grow is Springfield's first all Organic Daycare for infants and toddlers! We believe in always providing high quality organic nutritious meals and experiences to help your little ones reach their fullest potential both physically and mentally. Here at Learn & Grow we want to change the perception of what "daycare" should be and to far exceed the expectations of parents. We believe that your child deserves the best care and attention, and we want their earliest memories to be filled with happy and enriching experiences! 

Learn & Grow provides enriching programs and experiences for your child to give them a beautiful foundation for the rest of their lives! I believe that babies and toddlers develop social, sensory and fine/gross motor skills most successfully by experiencing a variety of different mediums so that they can discover what they like, create new ideas and express themselves. Your child will enjoy various classes and activities such as music, rhythm and movement, math, reading, art, nature walks, gardening, foreign language, American Baby Sign Language, cooking classes, pilates and daily yoga practice!

I am absolutely thrilled to have moved on to this amazing 5 acre property and have completely remodeled it using the most eco-friendly products available to create my daycare. I have over 14 years experience working with children. I am also certified in CPR, First Aid, Yoga, Pilates Group and Personal Training, and have experience in the classroom substitute teaching Preschool, Kindergarten and Music. In addition, my assistant is a practicing Neonatal and Pediatric Registered Nurse with over seven years experience.

We are opening soon! Please contact us for more information and to set up a visit.


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Review by Megan Gertson on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 11:37:33 AM
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I am very pleased with Learn and Grow Organic Daycare. My 2 year old son goes here and he loves it. He is so excited to come to school in the mornings. He absolutely loves his teacher. She teacher them their colors , numbers, shapes and so much more. He enjoys going outside and playing in the playhouse with the other kids. The staff is very friendly. The director is amazing! She strives her hardest to make sure all kids needs are met!
Review by Richards Susan on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 6:59:11 AM
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I took my child there for close to 6months at the Nixa location. Major issues I had my child got sick there constantly every week I dropped off. When we left for a 3 week vacation never got sick. Worst, we all got sick because of it all the time. I am talking about severe constant respiratory virus, harsh stomach flue's with painful dry heaving and constant colds. I ended up in the ER with such a severe stomach flue that my kidneys were hurting. After my child came home for the 5th time vomiting all over a 2nd brand new car seat I was done. I know I should of quit a while back but I was told this is normal in childcare. All children get sick. Well not according to my friends whom are mothers and as well take their kids to other daycare.Every time I dropped of my child I could see there rest of the children where never clean, never wore socks or their snot was not being wiped off. The germs were being spread. They will tell you how clean they are, how they wash hands all the time but that is absolutely not true. Couple of times I dropped in early or announced and the children where in their diapers, no socks, and it was freezing to me in there even with my clothes on. So many many sad times I would see kids with dry snot all over their faces and the two care takers either not giving a poop or just pretending it wasn't there. I've picked up my child with poop rashes, snot everywhere, scratches from other children. And every time I mentioned anything they promised it would change, said it was wrong and how sorry they were. But nothing every changed. I couldn't do it anymore. 2nd major issue. The new Nixa location doesn't look anything like the first one in Republic and has not changed since it opened up. It's like a prison for the babies section. No windows, no carpet and once again they keep it very cold there and don't use the heat in the winter. When you walk in you will see there's hardly any toys and if they are any they ar