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Look how proud our students are in Pre-K and Explorers! They made these adorable "Huge Hug" banners for their Primrose Pal, Maltese, who lives in West Virginia! No better gift than a collaborative hug from twenty-four loving, adorable children!
The Primrose Private Kindergarten Class celebrated National Read Across America Day at Barnes and Noble Bookstore. It was such a fun field trip where the students enjoyed touring the bookstore, making crafts, having a story read to them and even reading another story on the giant Nook!
You remember dropping your little one off for their first day of school or child care.
A HUGE thank you to all of our very generous families for donating all of the wonderful books! Thanks to you, many less fortunate children right here in our community will be able to enjoy these books free of charge through the wonderful Mothers Helping Mothers organization! We donated a total of 510 books which is 100 more than last year! We truly cannot thank you enough for your tremendous support and generosity! Og’s Bountiful Books, a reading program that is part of the Primrose Promise Giving portion of our Balanced Learning curriculum which includes the book donation drive, purposefully aligned with the National Education Association’s Red Across America Day on March 2nd. Thank you again for making this very worthwhile event such a huge success!
The Primrose Kindergarten students celebrated the upcoming holiday with our favorite friends, the residents at the Windsor! They all sang holiday carols together, played bingo and decorated cookies! As always, it was a great visit!
I’ve never felt as inadequate, unprepared and terrified as I did in those first moments that I held my baby in my arms.
On behalf of our Primrose families and staff, I was very honored to deliver all of the generous, wonderful presents to the Salvation Army for our three adopted families. Our three families consisted of ten children total. Each child received four presents from their wish list as well as a clothing outfit and shoes - Sixty presents altogether! All of you were so considerate and generous with your gift choices and we can only imagine the smiles on the beautiful faces of each of these children as they open these wonderful gifts thanks to you all! Every year we feel very honored to have this wonderful opportunity to reach out to our own community, to those who are less fortunate. Every year our families and staff go above and beyond graciously supporting this very worthwhile initiative and we cannot thank you enough. We are all so very blessed in so many ways and there is no better feeling knowing that you contributed to making a child's holiday very special. We all know what a blessed and joyous holiday it will be for Natalie, Kimberly, Adriel, Aleyshka, Hilary, Gizelle, Kevin, Amber, Sarah and Christina! A very, very heartfelt thank you for everything you all do! We could not be more blessed with this wonderful Primrose Family!
The Private Kindergarten students visited The Windsor Retirement Living Facility for their Meet and Greet to kick off the school year! Together, the students and Windsor residents made crafts, had snacks and enjoyed getting to know one another. Primrose has partnered with The Windsor for over ten years as part of our Adopt-a-Grandparent character development program. Throughout the remainder of the school year, the students and residents will spend many special times together including, trick-or-treating at The Windsor, Thanksgiving, Holiday Party, Valentine's Day and many more. We love our special friends at The Windsor!
As a parent, I know it can be all too tempting to entertain your child with screen time.
The Primrose students had a great time at our annual Celebrating Cultures event on Friday, September 29, 2017! The children paraded through the playground proudly wearing child-created costumes and accessories representing the culture in which they were celebrating. The students all came together in unity to celebrate diversity, joined hands and sang together, It's A Small World.
Children can be entertained, and be a big help, at the grocery store when tasked with things like making organized lists and weighing produce.
The shift from preschool to kindergarten is a big milestone for any child. This huge step will be full of excitement, but it is also a time of new beginnings and routines. In the spirit of National Kindergarten Day, we asked three parents to share their secrets to success while their children were in kindergarten:
When your jam comes on. #PrimroseMoments
Our Private Kindergarten class took a field trip to Barnes and Noble today to celebrate Read Across America Day! We had such a great time! From the tour, to the crafts, the show and being read stories - it was a GREAT DAY!
My daughter was a slow-to-warm-up baby and a well-behaved toddler. She never hit or pushed, but instead used her words — like the time she famously told me at age three, “Mommy, I don’t like the choices you’re choicing me.”
Thank you to all of our wonderful families for making Og's Bountiful Books such a success! We collected 463 books! Today, we delivered them to Mothers Helping Mothers where the less fortunate children in our community can enjoy these books and reading as much as we do! Thank you again!
Congratulations to the Peric Family, our Family of the Month for May!
Play is a crucial part of the social, emotional and imaginative development of young children, but not all play is created equal!
Congratulations to Ms. Leona, the Apple of our Eye for May!
Today our Private Kindergarteners did their most favorite thing... celebrated Valentine's Day with their very special friends at The Windsor! Ahead of time, the students hand-made Valentine's cards for each of the residents. Individually, the students spent the morning making a craft along with their Windsor friend. The craft was a picture of the student in a decorated frame for the Windsor friend to hang in their apartment. We LOVE our special relationships with our Windsor Friends!