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Today is National Opposite Day! Do something opposite of what you would usually do! Say yes instead of no, or today instead of not today, Make someone's day by doing something opposite of what they expect!
Throughout the month of January students will be learning all about Keeping Promises. We encourage parents to find opportunities to discuss the importance of keeping commitments with children. Many children’s books include the theme of keeping promises. Throughout the month we will recommend titles for you. reading with your little ones to start them thinking and talking about commitment – an important first step to developing integrity.
This January, celebrate peace and teach your child about Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of many colors coming together with a fun and simple craft!
National Compliment Day is Thursday January 24th! Make Someone's Day and Compliment Them!
We appreciate our parents. Tomorrow in your honor you can pick up dinner to go on us! We will serve dinner to go from 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Kids’ birthday parties are a lot of fun, but they can also bring a lot of stress for parents.
Get your children excited about making their own food with this tasty tortilla pizza recipe. It's quicker and healthier than delivery! Round tortilla chips Mild salsa Colby Jack cheese, shredded When children help with food preparation in the kitchen, they are more likely to eat healthier foods. Primrose Snacktivities are fun and healthy takes on classic recipes that you and your little chef can make together.
By building working memory skills, children improve their ability to retain information and follow multi-step directions. At Primrose Schools, we help nurture and develop working memory in addition to other key executive function skills. Through daily activities in our classrooms, such as story-telling and memory games, children lay the foundation for a lifetime of learning. Learn more about how to develop your kid’s executive function skills: http://bit.ly/2vsFaRL
As a mom, the most accurate statement about parenting I’ve heard is that once you finally feel like you’ve figured things out, everything changes.
Be confident that you are doing a great job and #LetGuiltGo
What if you were able to take a glimpse into your child’s classroom to see what he ate for lunch, when he needed a diaper change, how long he napped, what he learned and how he’s interacting with his classmates?
It’s no secret – we live in a world increasingly dependent on technology.