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How Primrose Schools Uses Universal Design to Make Learning More Accessible

With UDL Primrose teachers can better meet the individual needs of each child by providing various open-ended activities and different ways of presenting information.
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5 Parenting Tips Every Father Should Know

High-quality adult-child interactions in early childhood can have a lifelong impact on health, mental wellness, academics and social skills.
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Fostering Belongingness Through Books

When children open a book, they’re not just learning about words and pictures. They’re also learning how their experiences fit within the broader world. Our Balanced Learning® curriculum uses a thoughtfully selected library of books that support this sense of belongingness by representing a wide range of characters and circumstances.

Ideas to Start a Giving Tradition in Your Family

Make generosity fun, memorable and meaningful for your children — no major effort required.
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4 Ways to Raise a Good Friend

At Primrose schools, we know the importance of helping raise the next generation of fantastic friends. See tips for how you can continue the lessons at home.
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Teaching Children Responsibility: Start Early and Make It Fun

Lessons in character development can be found throughout our Balanced Learning® curriculum. Learn more about teaching children the importance of being responsible.

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 Families

Primrose schools work hand-in-hand with families to nurture all aspects of each child's development.
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Learning Is Play, and Play Is Learning

Children learn best when they are enjoying themselves, engaged and challenged. Read these tips for making the most of everyday play with your child.
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