Erudite Preschool Park Slope
Erudite Preschool Park Slope


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Reviews (3)

  • Review from the Spring 2024 Early Education Survey

    REVIEW: This is the only Russian-immersion daycare in the area and our daughter has attended for two years (in both a 2s and 3s program). We are a bi-lingual family and many others in the program also had one Russian speaking and one American parent. We LOVE the program and are very sad to leave. It runs full day from 8:30 - 6:00 pm with 2 homemade meals and a snack - they are so loving and amazing with the kids, and our daughter can even write her name and other words in Russian. They do dance, chess class, yoga, and many other activities, including plays and music. If you want Russian education, this is the best daycare.; Amenities: Has outdoor space, Has after-school options, Has early morning hours, Provides meals; What would you change? Communication from school could be better but the owner, Alla, is always responsive 1:1. They are a small family run business so they dont have any fancy apps but they communicate via whats app and send pictures almost every day.
  • Review from the 2023 Summer Camp Survey

    Location: 261 18th St How old was your child when they attended camp this summer? 2 yo Review: I enrolled my kid in this day camp, and it was great. The Russian language immersion was a neat touch, with teachers only speaking Russian. The long hours, from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm, worked well for my schedule. The private playground at the back was nice, and I liked that the teachers made sure the kids wore sunscreen and hats when they played outside. They had outdoor play twice a day, which was good for the kids. Lots of water play, the shade and the backyard is fenced. They provide 2 hot meals that are cooked on premises and a snack. It's more than just a summer camp; it's a daycare that turns into a camp for nine weeks in July and August. You can choose weekly, daily, or monthly options, and the monthly payment was cheaper. The mix of ages from 17 months to 5-6 years was interesting. They also had weekly themes, which added variety. Overall, it's a good, flexible option for childcare. What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? Backyard has tons of mosquitoes. Teaches applied bug spray but I would recommend regular mosquito treatment for the backyard Would you like to add anything related to COVID and how the camp handled it? No COVID policies were communicated
  • Review from the Fall 2021 Early Childhood Education Survey

    Type of facility: Pre-K Review: Absolutely love this Russian English bilingual program. My daughter has been there since 2.5 years old, and is already reading and writing in Russian and English by 4.5 years old. We decided to keep her there for Pre-K as nothing else offers such amazing programming and warm care in both Russian and English. The program structure, academic rigor, the genuine warmth, nurture, and unending energy of the providers, the holiday shows they rehearse and out on with the kids, the home cooked nutritious meals 3 times a day, the hours (8:30-6), the location, and the cohesive parent group are all reasons to look no further than this gem of a program. Currently serving ages 2-5. What amenities does the facility provide? Has outdoor space, Has after-school options, Provides meals, Best teachers one can hope for for their little ones What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? Have it continue into the school years. We don’t want to leave next year!