Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 545-1920 Hours M-F 7:00AM-6:00PM
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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.
Our Balanced Learning approach to child care makes us different than an ordinary Philadelphia daycare. Minutes down the road from JFK Plaza and Philadelphia City Hall, we are conveniently located on Market Street.
Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, After school, Summer adventure club
William Penn Charter School and Waldron Mercy Academy
Please join us at Smith Memorial Playground for our second annual Back to School Playdate. The playdate is scheduled for Saturday, 9/21 from 10am to 12pm.
It's official, Primrose of Center City Philadelphia has earned its certificate of accreditation from AdvancED! A special thank you to our staff who worked hard to meet the quality early learning standards and to our parents who supported us through this very important process.
As parents, we are familiar with the anxiety that some children can exhibit when they leave for camp or begin school.
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Every child learns to read and write at a different pace. These tips from early literacy expert Dr. Anna Hall will help establish a rich learning environment.
Guilt — it’s a trap that many parents fall into.
Science. Technology. Engineering. Art. Math. Educational expert Dr. Gloria Julius explains how these subjects work together to enrich your child’s education.
We are looking for passionate, dedicated teachers to help us provide a nurturing, quality early learning experience for children and their families.
It’s never too early to help your child develop positive character traits.
Try a Snactivity by Primrose consultant and nutritionist Ann Dunaway Teh
Whether you’re an infant or an adult, regular exercise is one of the key ingredients to developing physical skills.
Parents play a major role in helping young children develop a healthy social life.
There’s no question that parents want their preschoolers to grasp the basics of colors, numbers and letters to foster a lifetime of learning.