Articles Written By: Primrose Schools

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Primrose Schools® is a national system of accredited private preschools and the leader in providing premier early education and care to children and families in the United States. Our Franchise Owners, School Leadership Teams and School Staff partner with parents to nurture curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion and help children build the right foundation for future learning and life.

Age-Appropriate STEM Activities to Try at Home

Try these classroom-inspired STEAM projects to have fun learning at home in simple, age-appropriate ways.
children with adults writing at kitchen table

How to Set New Year’s Resolutions with Your Family

New Year’s resolutions are not just for adults, teaching your child how to set goals at a young age can help build their character development skills.
Og the bookworm reading I Walk with Vanessa

Kerascoët Shows the Power of a Simple Act of Kindness

We spoke to Kerascoët, a husband-and-wife team of French illustrators, comics and animation artists, to learn more about their book and how important a simple act of kindness can be.
illustrated flowers and teacher Ms Gil

Exploring Native American Culture with Ms. Gil

In September, Primrose schools across the country kick off a yearlong celebration of different cultures, beginning with an exploration of “Alike and Different.” Children learn…
winter terrarium activity on blue background

STEAM Activity: How to Create an Indoor Greenhouse

With this fun craft, your little gardener can work on their green thumb all winter long.  
children playing with blocks

Under Five Gift Guide: What Are the Best Learning Toys?

With all the toy options out there, it can be challenging to know just what to give a young child to encourage learning – and fun!
homemade holiday cards

Celebrate Your Family Traditions with DIY Holiday Cards

The winter holidays offer a natural opportunity to talk about belongingness with your child. At Primrose, fostering a sense of belongingness means creating and maintaining…
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Parent Perspectives: Building Character Starts Early 

We know, and parents agree, that building good character is just as important as learning academic skills like reading and math in early education. That’s why Primrose…
Children learn community service at Primrose

At Primrose Schools, “Giving Without Expectation” Happens All Year

Children can develop important character traits such as generosity and empathy at an early age.
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