This is not a place you want to take your child. My child had a severe bacteria infection from this place. They don't send home sick kids. I didn't receive a daily report on his status like they said I would.
Posted: 6/25/2015 • Link to this review
Seeing ALL local daycares in a tireless sometimes heartbreaking search. THIS location rises above all. It's still not home, but I have yet to meet someone who is not kind and puts forth a constant effort. It trickles down from an enthusiastic, mature, caring director and front desk - all the way to the teaches. I see consistency and well thought out protection, nurturing and care throughout. It's not the warmest, huggiest, fuzziest group of people but it covers all the bases with kindness and great intentions and makes me feel better about leaving my toddler here than anywhere else. VAST SPACE, PLENTY TO DO, WELL STAFFED, and WELL THOUGHT OUT.
Posted: 1/25/2013 • Link to this review
Just noticed the last review and disagree totally. Both of my children attended Kids R Kids and loved it. We have spent 12 yrs there and although every teacher has not been the best the Murphys always took necessary moves to change out those employees not doing their job. Turn over is very low I know at least 9 of their staff members have been there the whole time we have, and many others for a very long time. They do use some college students in the afternoon. One even became my childs 4th grade teacher at Chapel Hill Elem. She was Great!! both times we had her.
Posted: 3/06/2011 • Link to this review
I would not recommend this school. My daughter attended this Kids R Kids for 2 years & I thought they were great. However; my daughter tells me after being there for 2 years that when she doesn't do what she's supposed to do the teacher pokes her in the face & does small pinches on her cheeks. I asked the teacher about it & she of course denied it. I withdrew my daughter from this school & informed the director. She said she would get back to me after talking to the teacher & never called back. It burns me up to think my baby was there for 2 years & was being mistreated. I do not recommend this school!
Posted: 11/09/2010 • Link to this review
I have 2 daughters, 2 and 7 years old. They both absolutely love Kids R Kids. My 2yr. old knows all her colors, shapes pledge of allegience, can count to 20, etc. Her teachers encourage phonological awareness, autonomy and age appropriate motor development. Even when she has a runny nose or has a potty accident, her face and clothes are always clean when I arrive to pick her up.My 7yr. old would stay there all day if she could. She enjoys the many games, playground and arts & crafts after homework time. They also have the best summer camp field trips in Douglasville. Bonnie and Deana always greet me when I arrive and depart the center and simple gestures like this go along way!
Posted: 5/19/2009 • Link to this review
My children have been enrolled at Kids R Kids for 2.5 years. I have enjoyed the care they have given to my children. The teachers work very well with the children in the classroom. I think that Mrs. Bonnie and Mrs. Deana are great at what they do. They have handled every concern i have had as a parent very quickly and compassionately. I would refer this Daycare to anyone who is looking in this area.
Posted: 3/18/2009 • Link to this review
My husband picked this school for our kids, he visited during NAPTIME, big mistake. I went to visit in the early afternoon. The place was CHAOS! My 3 year old got in the car and said "WOW MOM they get to RUN in their classroom". I lost my deposit...I couldn't have cared less about the measley $60 reg fee. This place is TERRIBLE. 2 kids were playing tug of war, not a single teacher intervened. Kids were running all over the place. My daughter got bonked in the cheek while we were visiting. I cried when I got into the car!
Posted: 3/03/2008 • Last edited: 2/17/2010 • Link to this review
My son attended Kids R Kids from age of 2 until 4 1/2 years old. At first the daycare was amazing as they were able to give him the time and structure he needed in his life. Within a year I began to notice a turnover in teachers and began to see that the afternoon care adults were high school students that also came and went. My husband and I continued to keep him there as we were told that the turnover of teachers was temporary. Well, it continued, more and teachers began to share their personal stories about their employment being an unhappy one, and I began to see negative attitude changes in my own child. We continued to address this with the director, Angela, who assured us that they were handling it. My husband and I could no longer take our child's bad habits that had formed and the school's inconsistency's so we took him out. There may be changes now but I do recommend that you as about their turn over rate of employment before registering your child.
Posted: 7/25/2007 • Last edited: 2/02/2008 • Link to this review