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We are looking forward to another year of fun and learning. Private Pre-K and Kindergarten students wear uniforms beginning August 7th.
We're learning about both liquids and colors at school this month! Join the fun with this fizzy at-home experiment.
Child and family therapist, Lynn Louise Wonders, believes that speaking to children with these positive scripts will make a world of difference.
A Primrose mom shares mixed emotions about her daughter’s first day of school.
Children can be entertained (and a big help!) at the grocery store when tasked with things like making organized lists and weighing produce.
It's never too early to start preparing for lifelong success, especially when skills like teamwork, self-control and adaptability can be taught at a young age.
Funnel your child's energy into making their own handheld tornado!
We love seeing friends get their start here. #PrimroseMoments
Keep an eye out for these common milestones when it comes to your child’s musical development.
Need help getting your child to eat vegetables? Try letting them play with their food.
We use our little Primrose friend Peanut to talk about big ideas like honesty.
Delicious no matter how you roll it.
This month, we’re showing our students that vegetables don’t grow in supermarkets.
Calling all aspiring makers, roboticists, movie directors, time travelers, chefs, and adventurers.
Dr. Lynn Wonders walks through how to make “please” and “thank you” permanent fixtures in your child’s vocabulary.
It’s no secret that science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) are all important subjects in education, but what about in early education?
Use water, shaving cream and food coloring to teach your preschooler the science behind rain clouds!
Your child may not be ready to swim yet, but Dr. Steve Sanders walks through some steps to help familiarize them with water.
This month, we are collecting books to donate to local charities as part of our Og's Bountiful Books event. One way your family can give back is to read your child’s favorite book this week, then go shopping for a second copy to donate to the book drive. Explain that other children who don’t have a lot of books might enjoy it, too!
Have an indoor “campout” with your child by building a fort made with blankets, furniture and pillows! Ask your preschooler what the class learned about the great outdoors this week.