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Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
Our Balanced Learning approach to child care makes us different than an ordinary Bradenton daycare. Right down the road from the East Manatee Fire Rescue Station and Lakewood Ranch Medical Center, we are conveniently located off of Town Center Parkway.
Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, Kindergarten, After school, Summer adventure club
Robert Willis Elementary School and Gilbert W. McNeal Elementary School
Today we took the Private Kindergarten students of Primrose School at Lakewood Ranch Town Center on a field trip to a Ground Breaking ceremony for our second location under construction, Primrose School at Lakewood Ranch North. The kids enjoyed seeing the start of construction on the new school while digging in the dirt with their shovels. We then celebrated by having lunch at Culver's! It was a great day!
Primrose School at Lakewood Ranch is growing! Sharon and Brad Frank just broke on their second location, Primrose School at Lakewood Ranch North. The new urban design $5 million dollar state-of-the art facility will enroll over 220 children and includes a thirteen-thousand square foot campus with newer enhancements such as a Splash Pad and AstroTurf playgrounds. Located behind Earth Fare on Rangeland Parkway near Highway 70 and Lakewood Ranch Boulevard. Projected opening Summer 2020. For more information, see the article in the 2019 Fall Edition LWR Life Magazine
This do-it-yourself craftivity allows your little physicist to gain an understanding of kinetic motion and use design thinking to create a lovely paper mobile.
All ready for school! Private Pre-Kindergarten student, Mirabella, kicks off her first day of school with her best friend, American Girl, in matching school uniforms!
Please join us for Og's Bountiful Books! During the month of February we will be collecting new or gently used bo...
Two-year-old Olivia was busy collecting sticks at the park.
The Explorers Summer Campers kicked off summer just right! The first field trip was at Jungle Gardens! We are very excited for what is in store this summer with lots of learning and fun!
Congratulations to Ms.Reagan, the Apple of our Eye for January!
When you hear an uplifting song, does your foot tap to the beat?
Congratulations to the Royce Family, our Family of the Month for January!
We had such a great time celebrating our 14th birthday last Friday, May 31, 2019! This would not be possible without all of the wonderful families and dedicated staff! We love you all!
The start of a new year is a great time to reflect on the past, look ahead to the coming year and think about what we want to do differently.
The Helping Hands event for February was Og's Bountiful Books! Primrose families spent the month donating new and/or gently used books, which we collected in an effort to further promote literacy throughout our community and donate them to our friends at Mothers Helping Mothers of Manatee County.
On March 1st, the Private Kindergarten class enjoyed spending the morning at Barnes and Nobel in celebration of Read Across America Day!
We’ve all been there: Cue the tears, the stomping feet and the oh-so-mournful cry: “It’s not fair!”
The Primrose Explorers after-school students prepared hot chocolate packets and sold them in an effort to raise money to purchase food and treats for furry friends at the Humane Society of Sarasota County. The students raised $273 in total. We are so very proud of our Explorers students!
WOW! Our Private Kindergarten students raised a class total of $322.00 by conducting age-appropriate chores at home! Every penny earned was spent at Publix on their field trip this morning, purchasing non-perishable foods for our community friends who are less fortunate this holiday season. With shopping lists, calculators and money in hands, they were busy shoppers, but they also enjoyed a "behind the scenes" tour of Publix, to include petting a live lobster! We are all beyond proud of you and you should be very proud of yourselves!!
There’s nothing quite like parenthood to remind us that sleep is a beautiful thing.
The Kindergarten students enjoyed one of their most favorite field trips of the year, Hunsader Farms! They enjoyed petting the farm animals, a hay ride, picking pumpkins and playing on the playground! This is a great way to enjoy Florida fall fun!
Proudly cladding child-created costumes and accessories, Primrose students paraded through the playground and joined in unity singing "It's a Small World". All in an effort to promote diversity and celebrate cultures all around the world.