Home for the Holidays: 5 Ways to Unplug

Finding balance between the demands of your job and being present with your family is much easier said than done, so we asked five busy parents to give us their tips for walking away from work and spending time with loved ones during this special season.

How Primrose Schools Differs from Montessori

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.

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.
Working Mom hugging her preschooler

Mom Guilt: Navigating Parent Insecurities

In celebration of Working Parents Day, we took on parental guilt and gave five moms the surprise of their lives by sharing video testimonials from friends, family members, teachers and coworkers who validated that they’re doing a great job as parents – despite their personal insecurities. Their reactions show the magic that happens when we lift each other up.
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!

Going the Extra Mile: Primrose Teachers

At Primrose, teachers often go the extra mile both in and outside of classrooms as they encourage curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion in young students. Here are a few stories of teachers that get a gold star for their exceptional service.

Celebrate Back to School With 5 Crafts and Activities

Here are some fun back-to-school activities, arts and crafts from art expert Megan Hettig.

Mom Hacks for Infants and Toddlers

When our daughter was born, I was so anxious about leaving the house that I practically avoided going anywhere except to work or to run a quick errand. Thankfully, I learned a few age-specific parenting tricks to help reduce my stress by feeling more organized and prepared.

Celebrating Milestones: Ages 3-5

Between the ages of 3 and 5, children reach many of the major milestones that are key to social-emotional and physical development. Here are a few resources to help you prepare for these big moments!
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