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Children can be entertained (and a big help!) at the grocery store when tasked with things like making organized lists and weighing produce.
Students celebrated Father’s Day today at the school’s annual Donuts for Dads event.
Dr. Lynn Wonders walks through how to make “please” and “thank you” permanent fixtures in your child’s vocabulary.
Students discover the depths of the deep blue as they dive in to underwater fun. Explorers visit local aquariums, create virtual aquariums, and more in this unit!
Funnel your child's energy into making their own handheld tornado!
Your child may not be ready to swim yet, but Dr. Steve Sanders walks through some steps to help familiarize them with water.
It’s a joy to honor the DeNeve family…the Family of the Month
Ms. Mina Krantic is the Apple of Our Eye in May!
Bookmark these easy dinner recipes for those summer nights when you're in a pinch!
Join us in celebrating Ms. Marban as the March Apple of Our Eye!
It’s a joy to honor the Zambino family…the March Family of the Month
Summer is the perfect time to start a parent-child book club. Here are some books to kickstart your list.
Calling all aspiring makers, roboticists, movie directors, time travelers, chefs, and adventurers. Primrose Summer Adventure Club is back!
Need help getting your child to eat vegetables? Try letting them play with their food.
Nutrition expert Ann Dunaway Teh offers options for parents on both sides of the debate.
This month, we’re showing our students that vegetables don’t grow in supermarkets.
It’s a joy to honor the Frasers…the February Family of the Month
Try This Delicious (and Healthy!) Twist on A Classic Dessert
Primrose School of Five Forks honors Ms. Josephs as the Apple of Our Eye!
It’s no secret that science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) are all important subjects in education, but what about in early education?