A young boy and girl learn how to play the flute

How to Support Your Preschooler’s Development with Music

Musical development begins even before birth and occurs rapidly in the first five years of a child’s life. Your child’s interactions with music during this…
A boy looks curiously at a little sapling through a magnifying glass

Spring into Science

As winter fades to spring, young children have new opportunities to channel their inner explorer by playing outside and interacting with nature. Spring is a…
Three diamonds made from paper with yarn threaded through it

A Threading Craft to Help Develop Your Child’s Fine Motor Skills

As a busy parent, it can be challenging to find fun activities for kids which also benefit them developmentally. This simple threading craft hones in…
Little boy making holiday treats with his mother

8 Delicious and Easy Holiday Gifts You Can Make with Your Child

Around the holidays, I always look forward to making gifts for friends and family. Every year I pick out quick and easy recipes to assemble…
A team of Primrose students making a plan and writing it down

Primrose Explorers Plan and Design Safer Cities

Recently, you’ve likely seen blog posts, videos or resources from Primrose related to emergency preparedness. That’s because, through October, we’re teaming up with our national…
Two young girls play with a tablet on the living room floor

Skills We Need to Teach Today’s Children

A parent’s greatest hope is for his or her child to grow into a happy, successful adult. While success means something different to each and…

Refueling for Spring Sports: Making the Right Choices for Children

With the coming of spring, so begins the season of sports. Soccer season is underway in many parts of the country, as is baseball, softball,…

Balancing Competitiveness Amongst Siblings & Classmates

Whenever the subject of competitiveness among children comes up, I have a brief flashback to one of my son’s soccer games as a child. He absolutely loved sports, especially soccer, so it was always fun to watch his games, cheering in excitement at his every move. There was one particular game, however, that I remember sitting near a rather competitive father who at one point in the game yelled out to his son, “Trip him!” Did I mention they were…
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