5 Remarkable Women in STEAM to Celebrate with Your Children

As parents, we encourage our children to explore the world around them. By developing a child’s curiosity in STEAM — science, technology, engineering, arts and…

Embracing STEAM at Primrose

National STEAM Day is November 8 – and it’s no secret that we love STEAM in our Primrose classrooms! STEAM concepts (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) are important for your child’s future success in school, life and in the workforce.
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
Woman at work holds cell phone displaying images of her child at daycare

Making the Most of the Primrose Kinderlime 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.
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?
Little boy learns STEAM at home playing with multicolored blocks

STEAM Learning at Home without Trying

While it may seem daunting to teach these topics to toddlers and preschoolers, there are lots of easy ways that you can incorporate STEAM into your child’s every-day learning experience – and you’re probably already doing more than you know.
Science Fun: Rainbow in a Jar

Science Fun: Rainbow in a Jar

Add a little color to your day with an easy DIY craft! You can create this simple experiment with ingredients you may already have at…
Science Fun: Salty Ice

Science Fun: Salty Ice

Looking for an easy, at-home science experiment? Watch how salt makes ice melt quickly with this fun, colorful project! Supplies: Water frozen in cups or…
carnations of varying colors

Color Changing Flowers

It's easy to see why your kids will LOVE this colorful flower experiment. Gather your supplies and watch the flowers change before your eyes!
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