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As children grow and get tablets and TVs of their own, parents often begin to worry – how much time is too much for children to spend engaged with technology? Where do we draw the line?
Communication at your fingertips
Dr. Steve Sanders shares exercises that teach children the motor skills they need to ride a bicycle.
The first considerable challenge around paying any sort of serious attention to habit formation in the early years is that it is often a hard sell to convince even ourselves that all of the little things we do (or say or eat) early in life really do add up to something of much greater importance.
With an increased focus on early education and child care programs, it’s hard not to notice the impressive groundswell around the first five years. How have the first five years found themselves in the national spotlight like never before?
As summer approaches, Dr. Laura Jana shares some helpful tips to keep your child protected from the sun while playing outside.
The definition of cooperation is simple enough – combining energies to work towards a common goal. But teaching its meaning to a young child is easier said than done.
Carrollton, TX – Tom and Priscilla Chow opened up the Primrose School of Castle Hills in Carrollton in 2004. Their vision was to deliver the best and most trusted early childhood education and child care services for area families. Recently, the Chows were selected out of more than 240 Primrose Schools as National President’s Award winners for their passion, professionalism and commitment to the Carrollton community.
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.