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As an educator myself, I know what my children need in order to be ready when they leave Primrose. My son, who attended pre-K at our Primrose, was more than ready for kindergarten.

When it was time for Horace to start school at Primrose School of Providence Pavilion, we were nervous. However, we were relieved by his reaction because he really loves his teachers and his classmates. We've also been very happy with his progress and development since he's been there. And Olivia is very well cared for in the infant room. Everyone really loves her and that is reassuring. The kids' happiness makes us feel good about our decision to enroll them at Primrose.

Candice Tate

When it was time for Horace to start school at Primrose School of Providence Pavilion, we were nervous. However, we were relieved by his reaction because he really loves his teachers and his classmates. We've also been very happy with his progress and development since he's been there. And Olivia is very well cared for in the infant room. Everyone really loves her and that is reassuring. The kids' happiness makes us feel good about our decision to enroll them at Primrose.

Candice Tate

Clearly, raising well-rounded children is important to my husband and I. When choosing a preschool program for Lauren, we looked for a school that offered a rigorous curriculum in reading, writing, and math, but in a way that engaged young children’s natural curiosity and imagination. We strongly believe that young children learn best by experiential play, and Primrose’s theme-based curriculum seemed to offer just the balance that we required. As a result, Lauren is thriving in the pre-K 2 class at Primrose School of Providence Pavilion! Where else can she master standards in sight words, vocabulary, geometry, and number sense, but also participate in a Spring parade, make a giraffe out of the letter g, paint a starry night sky, learn Spanish, give back to her community, and watch baby turkeys hatch out of their shells? At Primrose, Lauren can learn, and laugh, and dance, and sing, and play. Isn’t that how all four year olds should spend their days?

Chanda Steve

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