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Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
Our PreSchoolers through Kindergartners enjoyed a special visit from Sister Cat this week to help us celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday!
Valentine's Day is the perfect time to say we love our parents and our teachers....providing a quick "grab 'n go" breakfast!
Earth Day 2019 is April 22, and spring is the perfect time to learn important and fun lessons about nature, the planet and sustainability for kids.
We are celebrating our 100th day of school on Monday, February 4th! It's a great opportunity for our older students to work on counting and sorting skills -- older students brought in 100 items glued on posters!
At Primrose East Allen we enjoy teaching our students about the traditions associated with many different cultures. February 5th is Chinese New Year -- the Year of the Pig. Students look forward to their end-of-the-day red envelopes filled with gold foil chocolate coins -- always an odd number of course!
Children who participate in physical education programs are likely to become active, healthy adults.
January 29th is National Puzzle Day, so what better way to celebrate than letting our students take home a puzzle! Puzzles help develop a multitude of skills including basic shape recognition, concentration, patience, goal setting, hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills -- and there's a wonderful sense of accomplishment when completed, which helps develop self esteem. And the beautiful thing about puzzles is they can be basic or complex, making them a good choice for any age!
Does your child tell crazy fibs? Many parents of preschool-age children are concerned when their child starts to tell lies, but this is normal!
It’s no secret – establishing healthy eating habits in children is often easier said than done.
The challenges that preschoolers face, such as learning to take turns on the slide at recess, can sometimes seem miniscule to adults.
“She needs the pink sparkly one.” “Stop wrestling around with her like she’s a boy.” “That’s a boys’ toy.”