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.

Halloween Scaries? How to Help if Your Child Is Spooked

Halloween and costume parties can be so much fun — but they can also be a little scary for young children. Here's what parents can do to keep things festive, not frightening.
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Kindergarten That Offers Peace of Mind & Support for Parents

A strong kindergarten experience can prepare your child for success in elementary school and beyond. And when choosing a school, there’s more to consider than parents may think — especially when the challenges and uncertainty…
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Fostering a Sense of Belonging in Every Child

When children learn to celebrate what makes them unique and special, they understand the value inherent in them and others.
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5 New Experts Helping Shape the Primrose Curriculum

Meet the five new members of the Early Learning Council that ensures the quality of education at Primrose schools.

4 Books About Belonging for Children

We love these stories about celebrating the different ways people experience the world.

4 Ways to Raise a Good Friend

Educators and families can help raise the next generation of fantastic friends. Here’s how we do it at Primrose, and how families can continue the lessons at home.

A Day in the Life of a Primrose Teacher

To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week and honor the remarkable teachers who educate and care for our children every day, we’re taking a closer look at…

6 Surprising Ways Children Benefit from Music Education

Music teaches children so much more than just how to keep the beat. Read on for benefits you might not have considered.
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Teaching Children Responsibility: Start Early and Make It Fun

We think of responsibility as something mostly for adults — and kind of a drag: deadlines, appointments, bills, to-do lists. But children, including very young…
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