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…

Children and Music: Early Exposure Is Good for Young Brains — and It’s Fun, Too

If you’ve ever handed a toddler a wooden spoon and an overturned pot, you know that children are natural — and noisy — musicians. But…

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…

Read Across America Day: Celebrating Literacy and Giving the Gift of Reading

Read Across America Day 2020 is March 2. The National Education Association established the holiday 22 years ago to celebrate literacy. With this special day…

Building Global Community in the Classroom

At Primrose®, we believe it is essential for students to understand the larger world around them. That’s why Primrose kindergarten children interacted with classrooms in…

Primrose Students Show Readiness for Kindergarten

At Primrose®, we nurture curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion and pay close attention to all aspects of your child’s development. It’s no surprise then that…

How Music Helps Young Children Grow

When you hear an uplifting song, does your foot tap to the beat? Now try giving your young child a shaker or a couple of…

Learning Is Play, and Play Is Learning

Two-year-old Olivia was busy collecting sticks at the park. She lined them up end to end and walked along the long line she had made. …
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