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Under Five Gift Guide: What Are the Best Learning Toys?

With all the toy options out there, it can be challenging to know just what to give a young child to encourage learning – and fun!
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Parent Perspectives: Building Character Starts Early 

We know, and parents agree, that building good character is just as important as learning academic skills like reading and math in early education. That’s why Primrose…
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At Primrose Schools, “Giving Without Expectation” Happens All Year

Children can develop important character traits such as generosity and empathy at an early age.
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Teaching Generosity by Starting a Family Food Drive

The season of giving is the perfect time to help little ones explore the big idea of generosity. That’s why November is Caring and Giving…
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Traci Sorell Depicts Native Children in Their Full Humanity

Author Traci Sorell writes books for children of all ages that illuminate the lives and contributions of Native Americans.

Lizzy Rockwell on the Magic of Collaborating with Children

Children's book author and illustrator Lizzy Rockwell talks about the power of intergenerational teamwork.
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Creatively Speaking: How Children’s Books Artists and Authors Approach Belongingness

Fostering a sense of belongingness means creating and maintaining an environment where everyone feels included, and at Primrose Schools, we’ve made that a part of…

5 Ways to Celebrate Fall as a Family

The days are cooler and shorter but opportunities for fun and quality time abound.

4 Tips for Raising Children Who Respect Community Helpers

You can help your child learn what it means to respect workers when your child is very young, and you should, says Lynn Louise Wonders, a child development and parenting expert.
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