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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 school held a Food Drive for the local Food Pantry. The school collected over 30 cases of food from the donations. The Kindergarten class had to sort the food according to cans or boxes of food. Everyone help to pass the cans of food down the line from their classroom to the boxes.
The Prekindergarten class honored the school's military families by inviting them to join the class in a Pledge of Allegiance outside at the school's flag pole. After the salute, the children gave the guests cards of appreciation for their "protecting us".
The benefits of music for young children are undeniable. That’s why Primrose created the Harmony & Heart® program, a unique approach designed to help children grow as students, musicians and people. Keep the fun and learning going at home with our latest original music collection — now streaming!
The children worked on their fine motor skills by placing colorful straws inside a bottle . Each bottle had a different number on it . We had to put the correct number of straws inside the bottle.
Harvesting the Primrose Patch
At Primrose, we teach children about the importance of giving back and helping others through Caring & Giving events embedded within our exclusive Balanced Learning® approach.
The best way to say good-bye to summer is to have a visit from the Kona Ice Truck. Having an icy treat with friends is the perfect ending.
It is critical that infants are read to but equally important is that infants have access to books. Infants need to hold books, open and close books and learn to turn the pages. By having access to books, infants will become interested in reading and books. It is also nice to share a book with a friend.
To better meet the individual needs of every child, we’re proud to implement Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®-3 and ASQ®:SE-2) in Primrose schools across the country.
During Children's Choice Time, the children extended the learning of the day by building a home for animals. This was a self initiated activity selected by these children. These children practiced sharing ideas and working cooperatively to build a very detailed home with several rooms for multiple animals.
After reading, “Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle, Preschool 2 made a long caterpillar with different shapes. We drew a beautiful caterpillar on our shape and wrote their names then attached them all together to see how long it is. This activity assisted in recognizing shapes, such as triangles, circles, hexagons and other shapes.
Our new exclusive Harmony & Heart® program integrates our proprietary music and books in a variety of thoughtful ways each day. Through learning about music, while simultaneously being exposed to concepts in math, language, and character development, your child will grow as a musician, a student, and a person.
The Primrose Patch is blooming! The toddlers went out to the patch to see how tall and how many Sunflowers have bloom. The Primrose Patch provided the opportunity for the children see the cycle of a plant, from seed to flower.
The students created a sundial. We discussed how the sun moves throughout the day, causing the shadow of the dial to move around the circle indicating the time. After creating their scientific instrument, the students had the opportunity to test their sundials outside!
Each Primrose school is held to high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.
Primrose School hosted their own 'Olympic Week'. It was filled with games selected from all the venues, such as track and field, team sports, equestrian and water events. The children in Pre-kindergarten challenged the children in Kindergarten to a game of noodle hockey.
The obstacle course is ready for the athletes to test their skills with a variety of activities. The children will crawl under the hoops, jump over hurdles, dodge in and out, try the balance beam and lastly try the ring toss. The Olympic Week permits the children to practice respect for others, cooperation, fairness and honesty which are elements of our Happy Hearts Character Development.
There’s no question that parents want their preschoolers to grasp the basics of colors, numbers and letters to foster a lifetime of learning.
In Preschool, the children explored plants. They did an experiment with starting a seed by placing it in a plastic bag and placing it on a window to get the sunlight. The children charted and measured the growth and when the plant was ready, transferred the seedling to a pot. Once it was big enough, the children took the plants home. You can see this child continued to care for the plant in his own garden at home. He took the responsibility of caring for the plant all by himself.
During Project Time we made a bar graph for our favorite sports! Each student had an opportunity to vote for their favorite sport by adding a bar to the graph. At the end, we discovered that basketball and golf had 2 votes, football had 1 vote, and soccer won with 10 votes! Nice job Kindergarten!