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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.
It’s no secret – establishing healthy eating habits in children is often easier said than done.
We celebrated 'Read Across America' by celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday. Children brought in their favorite Dr. Seuss book or dress up like a character from Dr. Seuss. It was a special treat to have Horton come and visit us.
Recognizing patterns is a basic math skill that is reinforced in the Preschool classroom. The class used fruit pieces to create a pattern that they could either duplicate or continue.
The challenges that preschoolers face, such as learning to take turns on the slide at recess, can sometimes seem miniscule to adults.
Having the quality Teacher that understands the importance of building that trusting relationship, is an important element in a child's development. Children need to learn that someone is going to respond to their needs and care for them. At the Primrose School of Cherry Hill, we accomplish this by having consistent and caring teacher in the same classroom everyday to provide the continuity of care and trust.
The Kindergarten class hand delivered their Valentines. This child wanted to give the Assistant Director an extra special card and hug.
“She needs the pink sparkly one.” “Stop wrestling around with her like she’s a boy.” “That’s a boys’ toy.”
As you can see, the infant in this picture does not see himself but sees another infant. This is an important milestone when a child recognizes themselves and just another child in the mirror. It doesn't make a difference to the infant doing the kissing, they still wanted to kiss that infant.
Involving children with preparing their own meals, is a proven way for children to try different foods. You can see the confidence this child has in the ability to open up and spread his own cream cheese. These experiences of preparing their own meals exemplifies on our 'Healthy Heart' curriculum. We work with children to make healthy choices and enjoy food.
It’s no secret that bilingualism is becoming more common among today’s children.
During Og's Reading Time, the brothers share a book.
Primrose School had a celebration of ringing the New Year!
February is Children’s Dental Health month!
After lining up several building tiles, the girls wanted to compare the length.
The Snow Globe experience is the completed outcome of their writers' workshop in Kindergarten. This activity took them through the stages of writing. They first used a web to organize their ideas then wrote a rough draft and the final edit. Once they answered the question, they illustrated their writing by creating their snow globes with images of themselves acting out their answers.The children had the opportunity to express their creativity and experience the writing process. All of this came from one question,"If I were trapped in a Snow Globe."
Teaching a child to tie her shoes is an important developmental milestone – parents dream of the day that securing sneakers onto a squirming toddler is no longer a part of their morning routine.
Primrose School celebrated Veteran's Day by making a thank you card for the Primrose Families that are active duty military.
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.