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…

Talking About Art with Young Children

  Art and learning to be creative play important roles in a child’s development. Art is a fun way for children of all ages to express themselves, and it also helps them develop skills like critical thinking, problem…

Reading the Pictures

Reading the pictures of a book is a great way to build confidence in emerging readers. Your child can still tell a story with the pictures in the book even if she can’t pull…

5 Lies Parents Tell Children — and How to Be More Honest

Liz Ergle has one major rule for her kids: In this family, we tell the truth. She wants her children to develop honesty, both as…

7 Ways to Make Time Change Easier

It often takes a bit more time, effort and advanced planning to help us and our children adjust to time changes, so here are a few tried-and-true tips to make that transition a little easier.

Teaching Our Children About Bad Words

I was the odds-on favorite to be responsible for the first bad word to come out of my sweet daughter Avery’s 4 1/2-year-old mouth.  Not…

Keep Kids Active Indoors with These DIY Games

Finding new ways to keep children entertained indoors — especially during the winter months — can be challenging.  The following activity suggestions will not only…

Don’t Forget to Gift Yourself

For many of us as parents, the holiday season can feel both incredibly joyful and overly stressful — with an endless, selfless loop of to-dos…

Parenting Truths: The Holiday Edition

Many of us begin the holiday season with visions of pristine holiday cards and immaculately wrapped gifts. By early December, reality has set in, and…
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