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.

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.
Father and son with American flags

5 Ways to Celebrate July Fourth at Home and at Primrose

Here are five fun ways students and teachers at Primrose schools around the country celebrate America’s birthday in the classroom that you can also try at home!
Shot of a happy-looking family reading a map together while hiking in the woods

Scavenger Hunt Ideas: Encourage Exploration

Now that the April showers have passed, it’s time to get outside and find some May flowers! National Scavenger Hunt Day is May 24.
Mother comforting son in tears

My Kid is Turning into a Bully. How Do I Stop It?

If children develop a foundation of empathy and conflict resolution early, they are more likely to become a kind and considerate friend and not participate in bullying behavior.
Child holds a horse puppet

Purposeful Play: 5 Tips for Using Puppets at Home

Play is a crucial part of the social, emotional and imaginative development of young children, but not all play is created equal! Purposeful play provides…

5 Character Skills to Help Your Child Shoot for the Stars

Did you know children can start demonstrating empathy as young as six months old? Based on recent research, good character can and should be nurtured in…
Wow Moment Award Winners pose during their day of service

Little Moments that Make a Big Difference

Every day in Primrose classrooms across the country, moments happen that make our students and their families say “wow.” Whether it’s teachers going above and…
Dad encouraging young daughter as he carries her on his shoulders

A Dad’s Advice on How to Raise Strong Daughters

“She needs the pink sparkly one.” “Stop wrestling around with her like she’s a boy.” “That’s a boys’ toy.” These are all comments that I…
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