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Toddler can't fall asleep

How to Make Your Child’s Bedroom Sleep-Friendly

Do you know about “sleep hygiene”? Try these six simple strategies to ensure a better night’s rest.
Veggie Stamps Craft

Veggie Stamps Craft

Turn mealtime leftovers into fun stamps with this simple craft! Help your little one create these food-inspired masterpieces in three steps.
Preschool students celebrate Read Across America Day by sitting on the carpet reading books together

Read Across America Day: Giving Back and Celebrating Literacy

Read Across America Day 2019 is March 2! At Primrose, we also use this special day as an opportunity to give back and to support literacy in children everywhere through our Og’s Bountiful Book Drive.
Mother and young son celebrate spring by gardening together

5 Ways to Explore Spring with Your Child

Spring is almost here! It’s the perfect time to help your little one exercise his natural curiosity through fun and engaging science activities for kids
Primrose students smiling sliding down a slide, taking turns and learning Design Thinking

Design Thinking: How Primrose Teaches Problem Solving

As part of our Balanced Learning® approach, Primrose teachers help children address and solve challenges through a process called “design thinking.” Children are guided through a simplified version of the process as they practice solving problems.
Valentine’s Day Craft: Tissue Paper ‘Stained Glass’

Valentine’s Day Craft: Tissue Paper ‘Stained Glass’

Help your little one show some love this Valentine’s Day! This colorful craft makes the perfect Valentine’s Day decoration and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Father teaches daughter Spanish reading bilingual book together in bed

5 Tips for Teaching Kids a Second Language at Home

Second language acquisition isn’t limited to the classroom – it’s easy to practice through play-based activities at home! Here are tips from experts to help expand your child’s second language learning at home.
Girl in preschool learning to tie her own shoes

How To Teach Kids To Tie Their Shoes

Tying shoelaces requires some serious fine-motors skills. When you feel like your preschooler is ready to make the leap, here are some tips to help ease the process.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Craft

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Craft

This January, celebrate peace and teach your child about Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of many colors coming together with a fun and simple craft!
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