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Primrose School celebrated Thanksgiving by enjoying a traditional holiday meal of turkey, mashed potato and cranberry sauce made by our Chef Debbie. The Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten families were invited to join their child for lunch. The children decorated the tables and made festival hats for the lunch. A sense of community was created during the feast.
Primrose School celebrated Veteran's Day by making a thank you card for the Primrose Families that are active duty military.
When I see pumpkins and other Thanksgiving decorations at the grocery store, I know that my favorite season is here – fall!
After exploring bats, the Kindergarten class decided to pretend to be bats by hanging upside down.
The Kindergarten class was exploring this seasons familiar insects and animals. They expanded their vocabulary by using words such as 'nocturnal', there was a math experience by measuring the wing span and science by understanding that bats hang upside down.
We know that juggling work and parenthood is tough.
The children gathered nature materials to make a habitat for the animals.
This is the 'Safe Escape Route Plan' the Kindergarten class drew as part of their safety unit of learning.
National STEAM Day is November 8 – and it’s no secret that we love STEAM in our Primrose classrooms!
The camp and Pre-kindergarten visited the battleship New Jersey. The children had the chance to 'sleep' in a bunk, eat in a mess hall and what life was like aboard a ship.
After all the weeding, watering and caring for the Primrose Patch, the sunflowers are in full bloom.
As parents, we often go back and forth on how we feel about dressing our preschooler.
The children were asked to fill the entire square with blocks. It was a group effort to complete the task. This gave the children experience in shapes, sorting and estimation. During the month of August Erwin, the Primrose Friend of the month, promotes friendship and being a good friend. The activity blended a math experience with a friendship experience.
Different STEAM Challenge plans were placed around the table for the children to select to build and improve upon the plan. The children were given, cups, tape, binder clips and craft sticks to work with on their plan. As you can see, their plan was very detailed and many changes and improvements were made to the original design. STEAM offers children to explore and experience building with many types of different materials to expand with their imaginations.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to early learning, and all of the different options for your little one may seem overwhelming.
Caring for the Primrose Patch gives us the opportunity to combine science and math in nature. Watching a plant grow from a seed to a seedling to a plant with flowers gives the children a chance to use estimation and science as they observe a life cycle.
What the Primrose Private Kindergarten has to offer; Accredited Primrose Kindergarten Curriculum Certified Teacher Access to the school from 6:30 - 6:00 Small class sizes Breakfast, Lunch and Afternoon snack included. Hosting an Open House on Wednesdays from 4:00 - 6:00
You never realize how important alone time and a good night’s sleep are until you don’t have them.
During the month of August, our Primrose Friend Ally talks about responsibilities. The Primrose Patch is wonderful hands on experience of caring for the plants the children planted. Every week, the children go down to the Primrose Patch to observe the change in the plants and to weed and water the garden. Sometimes responsibilities are not fun but when you do it with a friend, the job gets done much faster.
Best way for children to learn the concept of print is by reading to them daily and provide opportunities for them to explore books independently. During this 'Noggin Joggin' experience, the child wanted to share a story with the other children as the teacher.