Mother ensuring her daughter's gloves and coat are snug

5 Important Holiday Safety Tips

The holiday season is upon us and is likely to be filled with festive events, tasty holiday treats and special time with friends and family.…
Primrose puppets hold an ICE contact card, emergency maze game and an emergency supplies backpack

You’re Prep Step Prepared!

If you’ve been following along this week, you did it – you’re Prep Step prepared! Congratulations on completing the three Prep Steps to get your…
Mother and daughter play an emergency preparedness card game

Prep Step #3: Pack a Disaster Supplies Kit

We’ve teamed up with our national partner, Save The Children®, on its Get Ready. Get Safe. initiative to help families become more prepared for emergencies.…
Father playfully explains an emergency to his young daughter

Prep Step #2: Create a Family Emergency Plan

We’ve teamed up with our national partner, Save The Children®, on its Get Ready. Get Safe. initiative to help families become more prepared for emergencies.…
Mom helps her young child complete a printable safety activity

Prep Step #1: Know Your Emergency Contacts

We’ve teamed up with our national partner, Save The Children®, on its Get Ready. Get Safe. initiative to help families become more prepared for emergencies.…
Parents doing the prep step dance with their young daughter

Simple Steps to Teach Your Preschooler Safety Skills

“Disaster” and “emergency” are two scary words for parents. The thought of our children experiencing either situation is enough to make us want to ignore…
A father talking to his son about disasters

Tips for Teaching Children About Disasters

Disasters are scary—for children and adults alike. While preparing your child for a crisis may seem daunting, it is very important to help your child…
Grandfather looks at his granddaughter lovingly as she lies in his arms

Share the Love with a Valentine’s (Emergency Contact) Card

‘Tis the season of love! With hearts and teddy bears in every storefront this month, we are constantly reminded to give cards, gifts and hugs…

Primrose Happy Hearts: A Big Heart Topped With Bows and Ballcaps

Throughout December, we are celebrating heart-warming stories of Primrose students exhibiting exceptional kindness, thoughtfulness and generosity with a blog series: Primrose Happy Hearts. This post comes to us from Deanna G., a Primrose mom whose daughter attended Primrose School of Hendersonville. Sometimes through adversity, beautiful things can happen. That’s the way I look at my daughter’s autoimmune disease, Alopecia Areata, which caused her to permanently lose her hair, eyebrows and eyelashes by the time she was 1. Hannah has never…