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We had a wonderful time celebrating our Grand Opening on Saturday, April 29th! Thank you to our community, friends, and families for your participation to make our event extra special! We could not have done it without you!
Dr. Steve Sanders shares exercises that teach children the motor skills they need to ride a bicycle.
Our friends in Preschool gathered natural materials from around our school campus and used them to make paintbrushes!
For their Unit of Learning, It's Alive: Studying Animals, our friends in the Venture Program are studying the body parts of Mealworms! Did you know that mealworms have legs, antennae, segments, and a mouth? The boys and girls are charting their findings on a Mealworm Observation Chart.
As summer approaches, Dr. Laura Jana shares some helpful tips to keep your child protected from the sun while playing outside.
Congratulations to the Lundeen Family for winning our Sun Shade, Blanket, Sling Bag and Beach Ball raffle prize! We love having you as part of our Primrose School at Brier Creek Family!!
Congratulations to the Ervin family for winning the Radio Flyer Wagon raffle prize, complete with a cooler tote, picnic blanket, insulated tumblers, and summer fun activity items! We love having you as part of our Primrose School at Brier Creek Family!
Help your child learn how to be environmentally friendly early on with these activities.
Expert Rob Sayer shares how making homemade drumsets can help a child develop a musical ear.
We are so proud of our Primrose students who donated over 50,000 of their favorite books to hospitals, foster homes, and community centers during Og's Bountiful Book Drive!
Science meets art in this simple experiment.