Primrose School at Mountainside

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Franchise Owners of Primrose School Ashley and Charles Gray
Ashley and Charles Gray
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    Parents Looking for Child Care in Mountainside

    We aren't just a daycare in Mountainside, we are a premier early education and child care experience for children and families. We are conveniently located, just minutes down the road from Echo Lake Park and across the street from the Urgent Care Center at Summit Medical Group on Springfield Avenue.

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    Our Programs

    Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, Kindergarten, After school

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    We bus to the following elementary schools:

    Beechwood Elementary School and Walton Elementary School

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    AdvancED Accreditation

    The Primrose School of Mountainside is an AdvancED Accredited School. AdvancED is a National Accreditation. AdvancED believes: The Future for childhood learning is Now. They believe: Educational systems must provide a rigorous and robust quality education to every learner, from all walks of life, in order to prepare them to succeed in a constantly-evolving and diverse world. Our advocacy work builds on a commitment to unleashing the potential in all learners by driving education improvement through innovative and continuous improvement practices. We are very proud to be an AdvancED Accreditted school!

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    #1 Preschool in the Nation

    Primrose School was ranked #1 in Early Childhood Education.

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    Skyrocket to Sucess

    How to help your child Skyrocket!!!

  • Primrose puppet Billy the duck stands next to the promise board

    Keeping Promises: Billy

    Making a promise means keeping your word. We promise to be good listeners, hard workers and kind friends.

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    Activity: Indoor Fort

    "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."

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    Blog Post: Raising a Compassionate Child

    We are dedicated to helping your little one grow into a caring, compassionate person. Here are a few tips to help nurture kindness at home!

  • Primrose puppets Arturo the burro and Benjamin the bear sit in a cardboard rocket ship

    Rocket Ship Post

    Imagination is blasting off in 3...2...1! Launch your child’s creativity and encourage them to think outside of the cardboard box.

  • Illustration describing how to sign the word "Airplane"

    Sign Language: Airplane

    As our students learn about transportation, practicing how to sign vehicles like “airplane” helps them describe the bustling world around them.

  • Primrose puppet Percy the chicken peeks out from a cardboard castle while Libby the lamb and Erwin the dog stand outside

    Not a Box Post

    "You can always count on a cardboard box to keep your child entertained for hours. Let them explore their creativity as they fold, cut, or paint it into something completely new! "

  • Primrose puppets Arturo the burro and Megy the pig hold up paper airplanes

    Paper Airplanes Post

    Our transportation lesson really takes flight with paper airplanes! They’re easy to fold, fun to fly and full of benefits like fine motor development and hand-eye coordination.

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    Little Red Hen Book Post

    “The Little Red Hen” is a timeless tale that helps our students learn about fairness.

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