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The Power of Puppet Play in Child Development

For Primrose® parents, it’s not unusual to hear after-school tales of Benjamin, Katie, Molly, Libby or Erwin from their children. These aren’t classmates; they’re five of…
Primrose Student playing make believe with a puppet, primrose friend Benjamin

Let’s Play Pretend: Make-Believe Is Fuel for Child Development

What should you do if you call your preschooler for dinner and he says he’s busy playing with his imaginary friend?  Set another place at…

During an Unprecedented Pandemic, Did I Make the Right Choice for My Children?

I’m a worrier. In fact, I worry so much that I start to feel anxious when I don’t have something to worry about. So, when COVID-19…

A Child Development Approach That Takes the Pressure Off Parents

As a parent, a big part of your job is to do your best to safeguard the health of your child — physical, mental and…

Og’s Story Time Book List

By reading books with your child throughout the day you can easily incorporate more literacy into your child’s routine. To help you get started, our lovable bookworm Og® has compiled a list of some of his favorite books. Check them out!

Stuck at Home? Try These Activities to Keep Your Children Busy — and Learning

Being a parent is difficult right now. We’ve compiled resources, livestreams, videos and other online activities to give your child something wholesome and healthy to do.

Talking About Art with Young Children

  Art and learning to be creative play important roles in a child’s development. Art is a fun way for children of all ages to express themselves, and it also helps them develop skills like critical thinking, problem…

Reading the Pictures

Reading the pictures of a book is a great way to build confidence in emerging readers. Your child can still tell a story with the pictures in the book even if she can’t pull…

Coronavirus and What Parents Need to Know

A new and concerning type of coronavirus — COVID-19 — has managed to literally and figuratively “go viral.” Here are expert tips for understanding and combating it.
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