Articles Written By: Primrose Schools

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Young girl sleeping on white bed sheets with blanket

Battle Bedwetting with These 4 Tips

While it’s easier said than done, nighttime accidents are no reason to stress or panic. With these tips from pediatrician and award-winning author Dr. Laura Jana, you can help your child (and keep your sanity) through bedwetting.
person holding phone looking at ProCare mobile app

Making the Most of the Primrose Procare App

Kinderlime is our school-to-home connection, providing families with important information and updates. The app and website give parents a look into their child’s classroom and – most importantly – peace of mind that their child is happy, healthy and learning.
Snacktivity: Pumpkin Pie in a Cup

Snacktivity: Pumpkin Pie in a Cup

Pumpkin spice and everything nice! This fall dish is the perfect sweet treat for you and your little ones to enjoy this Thanksgiving.
Gratitude Jar Craft

Gratitude Jar Craft

This Thanksgiving, help your children show gratitude in a tangible way (and practice their motor and literacy skills!).
Primrose teacher sits at table and helps two girl preschoolers use tablet

Good vs. Bad: Learning Through Technology

We live in a world increasingly dependent on technology. However, there is also a wealth of research that shows that too much screen time can be detrimental for children. How do parents and educators find a balance?

What’s the Difference Between Montessori and Primrose Schools?

The Balanced Learning® approach combines the best thinking of the most renowned early learning philosophies – including Montessori – with modern wisdom from child development research to provide a comprehensive learning experience.
Swirling Milk Craft

Swirling Milk Craft

This easy, at-home sensory activity is a blast of colorful fun!
Child in Primrose uniform colors a picture in the classroom

All About School Uniforms: Benefits & Opportunities for Expression

As parents, we often go back and forth on how we feel about dressing our preschooler. Eliminating that unnecessary, daily stress is one of the many reasons that our Pre-K and Kindergarten students wear uniforms.
Fall Craft for Kids: Leafy Animals

Fall Craft for Kids: Leafy Animals

As summer comes to an end and the weather begins to cool, what better time to get outside and explore nature with your little ones? All you need for this simple fall craft are leaves, sticks, pebbles and a little imagination!
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