Highland Village, TX 75077 (972) 317-9332 Hours M-F 6:30am-6:30pm facebook-icon
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As part of our Science and Sensory Activities, the children had some fun tie dying shirts! They were able to pick the color of the dye that they wanted their shirts to be and watched how the colors mixed to create other colors. They were so amazed out how amazing the shirts came out once they were washed!
We had a great visit from the Highland Village Police Department and 9-1-1! The children were taught about when to call 9-1-1 and safety! The HVPD brought one of their squad cars for the children to tour. They really loved being able to sit in the car and press all the buttons!
Dr. Lynn Wonders walks through how to make “please” and “thank you” permanent fixtures in your child’s vocabulary.
My name is Carmen! I am the Young Infant Teacher. I was born in Monterrey Nuevo Leon, Mexico but have lived in the US for 30 years. I have 15 years of Childcare experience both as a teacher and a chef. I love being with children and watching them grow. I have two grandkids and a daughter that I love spending my time with. I am so excited to be a part of the Primrose Family!
Each Primrose student painted a rock in patriotic colors and we placed them at the flag pole to show our Pride!
Your child may not be ready to swim yet, but Dr. Steve Sanders walks through some steps to help familiarize them with water.
Kids Culinary Academy visited Primrose Highland Village on Monday and discussed the kiwi fruit! The children got to learn all there is to know about kiwis, like it has more Vitamin C than an orange, it is NOT a fruit but berry, and its original name was "Chinese Gooseberry". Did you know the kiwi's grow on vines like grapes!? What an exciting visit!
This week's Summer STEAM Unit was "Choo, Choo! Here Comes the Train". Our Preschool classes spent their Friday up cycling items to create a functioning suspension bridge for their trains to cross! The children worked on figuring out how to support their collums to hang their bridge from, then they worked together to make the track for the trains to cross! This is STEAM In Action!!
Bookmark these easy dinner recipes for those summer nights when you're in a pinch!
Today the children Gardened with Mrs. Ghattas at the Primrose Patch. The children enjoyed being able to see all the vegetables and herbs that they planted months ago finally growing!
We had a very exciting visit from the Denton County Master Gardener Association last week. The children were able to do hands on activities with the gardener. They were able to learn things about gardening and even planted their own seeds to take home. We are excited about their future visits!
Summer is the perfect time to start a parent-child book club. Here are some books to kickstart your list.
Primrose School of Highland Village will be hosting a Back to School Drive for The Children's Advocacy Center of Denton County. For information on supplies needed please contact the school.
We have a very exciting and engaging Summer Camp planned for all of our Primrose Students. The children will be participating in a number of activities. Enroll with us by June 30th and receive a Primrose Thermos and Cap! For more information, please contact us at 972.317.9332. Full and Part Time spots available
Nutrition expert Ann Dunaway Teh offers options for parents on both sides of the debate.
Visit PrimroseSchools.com/blog to learn how to prepare your family for emergencies!
We are now paperless!!!! The Tadpoles Parent app allows you to receive new photos & Daily Reports via an app.
Try This Delicious (and Healthy!) Twist on A Classic Dessert