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.
We aren't just a daycare in Cherry Hill, we are a premier early education and child care experience for children and families. We are conveniently located just minutes down the road from James F. Cooper Elementary School off of Route 70 East.
Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, Kindergarten, After school, Summer adventure club
Richard Stockton Elementary School
The teachers went given a small survival kit to help them remain safe and healthy during the time we are closed due to the COVID-19. We will all we back together soon!
Early Preschool 2 classroom was experimenting with water and large eye droppers. The activity allowed open experiment with a new tool and attempting to squeezing up all the water. Once the water is picked up, they release the water in the tray, which made a splash and gave the children a giggle. This simple activity strengthen fine motor muscles and practiced eye hand coordination.
Each Primrose school is held to high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.
Thumbs Up is part of our Balanced Learning Approach, it isolates specific skills children need to strengthen as part of their physical development. This day, children were asked to jump into the hoop. The activity strengthen their legs while making a control jump.
You can see the infants are excited about having a story time. It is also noticeable that the infants recognize that a story is about to be read to them, that is why they are crawling over to the teacher. The teacher is welcoming the infants with joy and a nurturing spirit.
From our classrooms to your living room — access Online with Og! Og the bookworm represents caring and literacy, and is the perfect Primrose Friend to bring your child's school experience to your home. Over the next few weeks, we will provide specially designed interactive activities for you and your child as we navigate at-home learning together.
The Kindergarten class wrote thank you letters to the Master Sergeant who's children attend our school.The cards were hand delivered to Master Sergeant and then pictures were taken. The Master Sergeant is planning on returning to the Kindergarten class with maps to show all the countries he has visited.
Early Preschool noticed leaves on their playground, this was another change on their playground. Where were the leaves coming from? The children were given binoculars to investigate. They looked up at the trees and watched as leaves were falling. This was an introduction to using instruments to make observations.
In recent weeks, a new and concerning type of coronavirus — now officially called COVID-19 — has managed to literally and figuratively “go viral.”
For our STEAM Activity today, our class was able to go on a Nature walk and explore Fall. Luckily, the rain had stopped just in time! After reading the book ‘Exploring Fall’ by DeGezelle, students grabbed their own magnifying glasses and examined things that they believed to be signs of Fall. Some of the signs we discussed were the changing colors of plants, leaves on the ground, certain plants dying, and even some animals collecting food in preparation for winter. Other signs may be what kind of clothes people have on (sweaters and long pants), the chill in the air, or the lack birds who may have already migrated! We had a blast exploring our environment!
The children in Pre-kindergarten and Kindergarten visited Johnson's Farm. They rode a hay-wagon on their way to the pumpkin patch. They also visited the apple orchard and pick apples right off the tree. The children came off the bus with bags of apples and a pumpkin they picked form the farm.
Building indoor forts is a timeless pastime that is still a popular activity for kids today.
Grandparents came to hear a story and share a special snack. One Grandfather decided he wanted to read the story. The children all listened very intently to the Grandfather as he read the story. After the snack, it was time to go to the playground for more fun.
Preschool Pathway is a program for the children who miss the cutoff for their school's date for entering Kindergarten. These children have birthdays in the Fall. This curriculum is a way to align the child without having to repeat a year.
Who doesn’t love getting flowers?
School has started, Pre-Kindergarten is starting the year in their uniforms and ready to get their new school year started.
The school said goodbye to summer with the Kona Ice truck. It was a fun summer. The children used the Splash Pad, visits from Mad Science, Acting Bugs came to put on plays with the children, Playtyme Sports taught us about golf, the Summer Camp went on field trips including visiting the Phillies and Art Adventure taught the summer camp about stop action art. It was a great summer and we can't wait until next summer.
We love craft projects that also double as learning activities for kids.
Splash Down, is our annual family event that gives families a chance to play with their child in the Splash Pad and enjoy a pizza dinner with classmates and their parents. Fun for all!
Art Adventure visited PK to create a 'Kinetic Sculpture'. A kinetic sculpture is an art piece that moves. The children layered beads and foam into any pattern they wanted. Once they were finished, the top piece was glued on and it permitted the foam pieces to move. The children were totally engrossed with the activity from Art Adventures.The activity provided the children the opportunity for hands on experience with art and science and S(science) T(technology) E (engineering) A (math) and S (science).