Our teachers and caregivers are trained, ready and excited to help spark lightbulb moments for your child. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning approach in action
Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
90% of a child’s brain develops in the first five years.
Now more than ever, it is important that we nurture young children to be accepting of those who are different than them.
Earth Day 2019 is April 22, and spring is the perfect time to learn important and fun lessons about nature, the planet and sustainability for kids.
It's a fact: children learn better when they are engaged.
Our Primrose 360Connect™ email delivers daily peace of mind and engagement in your child’s learning experience. As a Primrose parent, you’ll receive an update on your child’s activities, naps, meals and milestones. We also include photos so you can see what a great day your child is having.
Children who participate in physical education programs are likely to become active, healthy adults.
Our team at Primrose School of Acworth at Bentwater has always been dedicated to supporting every aspect of your child’s development, which includes nurturing Healthy Bodies, as well as Active Minds and Happy Hearts.
All parents strive to raise happy, healthy and productive children, but new research is changing what we consider to be the skills necessary for success in the 21st century.
Does your child tell crazy fibs? Many parents of preschool-age children are concerned when their child starts to tell lies, but this is normal!
How do we empower children to reach their full potential? By combining research-informed methods with modern wisdom, our Balanced Learning® curriculum nurtures Active Minds, Healthy Bodies and Happy Hearts®.
It’s no secret – establishing healthy eating habits in children is often easier said than done.
The challenges that preschoolers face, such as learning to take turns on the slide at recess, can sometimes seem miniscule to adults.
“She needs the pink sparkly one.” “Stop wrestling around with her like she’s a boy.” “That’s a boys’ toy.”