Preschoolers spread positivity by singing carols

Giving Back to Our Communities Across the Country

With the holidays fast approaching, what better time for children to learn the rewarding lesson of how to give back? With this in mind, we’re celebrating our many families and staff members across the country who have encouraged children to do good in their communities.

Teaching to Give Back in Our Classrooms and Beyond

World Food Day is October 16! Giving without expecting is a valuable tradition to instill in young children, particularly at this time of year when many come together to fight hunger in their communities.

4 Veterans Day Ideas for Kids

Veterans Day is a perfect opportunity to help children give thanks to those who have served our country. These fun activities and art and crafts ideas from Primrose schools across the country will help encourage patriotism, gratefulness and compassion in your little ones.

7 Tips: Stress-Free Costumes for Kids

Fall is the season that helps your little one’s imagination run wild! Pick a fun, comfortable costume for your preschooler or toddler with these tips.
Mom is surprised by family video on a laptop while being interviewed

Q&A: Is Parent Guilt Real?

At Primrose, we decided to tackle parent guilt head on by finding a unique way to reassure parents that they’re doing a great job – even if it doesn’t always feel that way.
Executive Function Skills: What Are They and Why Do They Matter For My Child?

Executive Function Skills: What Are They and Why Do They Matter For My Child?

It’s estimated that 65 percent of jobs children will have don’t exist yet. These are the skills they need to succeed.

A Dad’s Back-to-School Wishlist

These things will not only make for a successful school year, but will also set the framework for my kids to grow up to be good people.

Making Pals and Giving Back in Our Primrose Classrooms

In our Primrose classrooms, students learn to practice empathy, friendship and compassion through activities like our Primrose Promise Pals program.

How to Talk to Your Kids About First Responders

During an emergency, it’s important for children to understand there are caring adults who will help keep them safe.
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