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Acting Bugs is an enrichment that takes a book and let's the children act out the story. Miss Carol brings the stories to life by dressing the children in costumes and props to make the story come alive. After the children practice their 'play', another classroom comes in to be the audience. At the end of the play, all the actors takes bows to the audience's applause.
Summer has finally arrived which it meant it was time to open the Splash Pad for the Summer. Each week every classroom has two mornings to use the Splash Pad. For these children, it was the first time to watch the water come up from the beach ball, rain down from an umbrella, spin off the spinning wheel and squirt up from the ground. The exploration of the water was totally fun.
Even when they’re thirsty, kids don’t always ask for a glass of water.
Is a private small group Kindergarten a better fit for your child? Explore the options at our Lunch'N;Learn luncheon on June 26 at 12:00 at Primrose School of Cherry Hill. RSVP at email@example.com. Look forward to seeing you there.
The Kindergarten class along with their teacher, Miss Lauren, wrote and learned songs about their year together. It was a bittersweet ceremony since we said good bye to some of the children that have been at the school since the first day the school opened. Good Luck to the graduates of the Primrose School of Cherry Hill.
We know there are many benefits of getting outside, breathing fresh air and having the chance to play.
On June 7, Primrose School of Cherry Hill hosted our first Graduation Ceremony for Prekindergarten and Kindergarten. Each class sang and danced about their year together. The children selected the songs and along with their teacher,Mr. Avery, they re-wrote the lyrics. After the ceremony, families and friends gathered for a luncheon outside on the playground.
The infants are outside on their own age appropriate playground exploring the musical play equipment. Since the infants have their own playground, they have the ability to go outside everyday. The infants can have a sensory experience with the touch of grass.The next outside sensory experience will be the splash pad during summer.
Swimming is one of the best forms of exercise — for both children and adults — but many parents often have the same question: “When should my child begin taking swimming lessons?”
The teachers and children support the 'Red Nose Day' by wearing red noses. Red Nose Day is a national day to bring awareness to children in poverty and contributing to organizations that support these children in need. It was a fun day while supporting a worthy cause, children.
For Mother's Day, we turned the conference room into the Mother's Day Market. Chef Deb put out a variety of breakfast items like muffins, fruit cups, breakfast bars and water. The children could 'shop' and placed the breakfast items they thought Mom would like in their shopping bag for her to take to work. Moms were surprised at the variety of the selection of the breakfast foods.
It might seem odd to think about your preschooler exploring data analysis and algebra.
Someone could not wait to see what was in the bag.
What are these eggs? What can I do with them? It was a chance to explore a new item in their classroom.
The big day is almost here!
The playground was scattered with multi-colored eggs for the children to find. For this child, it was a very successful find.
March Madness at Primrose School of Cherry Hill benefited one of our families foundation, 'Hold the Door for Others'. The foundation supports families through grief process and was founded after the family lost a loved one at 911. By the simple act of holding the door for others, people did make it out of the building. The hallway of the school was turned into a basketball court with many hoops of various heights for all the children. We were asking for a penny a shot. The children raised over $145.00 for the foundation.
You’ve heard the adage mother knows best. So why do parents choose Primrose?
The children had the choice of dressing in brown for Peanut's birthday. One child decided to dress like Peanut. The Primrose Puppets are an element of our character development curriculum. Each month, a new Primrose Puppet is chosen and their character trait is the focus of the month.Our statement, "We believe who children become is as important as what they learn", is embedded in our curriculum, in our philosophy and in our culture at the school.
This toddler is trying to stand on one foot during the Rhythm & Notes , our music class at the school. The children are exposed to playing with a variety of instruments, learning about the tempo, following a musical pattern and movement with music. The children's daily schedule includes music from The Music Class everyday.