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What Primrose Teachers Have in Common

The best teachers have unique gifts, but they all share these five traits.

Primrose Students and Graduates Put “Giving Without Expectation” into Action

At Primrose Schools®, our emphasis on caring for others and generosity inspires acts of kindness big and small.

4 Ways to Raise a Good Friend

Educators and families can help raise the next generation of fantastic friends. Here’s how we do it at Primrose, and how families can continue the lessons at home.

6 Surprising Ways Children Benefit from Music Education

Music teaches children so much more than just how to keep the beat. Read on for benefits you might not have considered.
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Teaching Children Responsibility: Start Early and Make It Fun

We think of responsibility as something mostly for adults — and kind of a drag: deadlines, appointments, bills, to-do lists. But children, including very young…
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In Good (and Clean) Hands: Considerations for Children’s Safe Return to Child Care

Few would question that 2020 was a challenging year, with COVID-19 disrupting just about every aspect of our day-to-day lives at home, at work and everywhere in-between. Included in that “in-between” is child care – an essential service for so many parents…
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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…
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