Our teachers and caregivers are trained, ready and excited to help spark lightbulb moments for your child. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning approach in action
Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
We are conveniently located on Healthplex Drive in the Norman Regional Hospital Medical Park West Development, located on the SW corner of I-35 and Tecumseh road. Unlike an ordinary daycare in Norman, we provide your child with a robust early education and child care experience.
At Primrose, your child will get more than an infant daycare experience. Our teachers help your child develop and grow, building one skill upon another, which is why we are the leader in infant child care.
Parent: We considered everything from an in-home nanny and at-home virtual learning support to in-person learning in our local public school. Ultimately, we decided to weigh our options against three priorities: health and safety; continuity of care and education; and cost.
The Davenport family has a 3 year old son at our center. He loves doing the following: 1. Running with his Dad. 2. Playing Chef Mickey with Mom. 3. Hanging out with his Grandparents. 4. He loves seeking out construction and farm equipment. 5. Being a big brother to his little baby sister.
Our new exclusive Harmony & Heart™ program integrates our proprietary music and books in a variety of thoughtful ways each day. Through learning about music, while simultaneously being exposed to concepts in math, language, and character development, your child will grow as a musician, a student, and a person.
It seems to happen almost overnight – your adventurous toddler starts snubbing at food they previously enjoyed. While changes in your child’s appetite can be frustrating for parents, they’re a normal part of a child’s development and growth. Between the ages of 2 and 6, children want more independence and control. As toddlers learn to develop and use their own voice, they also learn how to say no to food! The good news is that this too shall pass. Here are tips to encourage stubborn toddlers to eat (and to avoid a power struggle against your toddler at the dinner table!):
For young children, giving without expectation is a big concept to grasp — but learning about the importance of kindness and generosity at a young age is essential to building strong character skills.
Each Primrose school is held to high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.
By reading books with your child throughout the day you can easily incorporate more literacy into your child’s routine. To help you get started, our lovable bookworm Og® has compiled a list of some of his favorite books. Check them out! 1. The hungry caterpillar. 2.Goodnight moon. 3. If I built a house. 4. Dr. Seuss' ABC Book. 5. The Pout-Pout Fish.
In order to keep your children, family and loved ones as safe, healthy and as reassured as possible, it’s important to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously while at the same time resisting the urge to panic. Some measures you can share with your kids to reinforce health and safety. 1. Steer clear of people who are sick. 2. Keep your hands to yourself. 3. Watch what you touch. 4. Wash your hands.
At Primrose®, we nurture curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion and pay close attention to all aspects of your child’s development.
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We’ve compiled resources, livestreams, videos and other online activities to check out during quarantine. They will help you pass the time and give your child something wholesome and healthy to do. 1. Online with Og. 2. Reading. 3. Movement. 4. Crafts, Cooking and Creativity. 5. Animals, Nature and Science. 6. Brain Workouts - Basic chess lessons.
There’s no question that parents want their preschoolers to grasp the basics of colors, numbers and letters to foster a lifetime of learning.
Here are five tips for establishing healthy sleep habits. 1. Establish healthy sleep habits early. 2. Know the recommended amount of sleep for your child's age. a. 0-2 months: 10.5-18 hours b. 2-12 months: 14-15 hours c. 1-3 years: 12-14 hours d. 3-5 years: 11-13 hours 3. Foster sleep independence. 4. Get into a rhythm. 5. combat nap time resistance.
If your little ones have started to use some unsavory expressions, here are a few tips that can help them better understand the importance of their words and hopefully limit these verbal missteps. 1. Establish family values - Be aligned with your partner on words that are okay and not okay. 2. Determine the reason behind the word. 3. Embrace a teachable moment. 4. Monitor their resources - where is your child picking up his or her vocabulary from? 5. Be a role model. 6. Provide consequences - let the kids know that their choices has consequences.
It might seem odd to think about your preschooler exploring data analysis and algebra.
As a parent, it can be tricky to find entertainment for kids when play isn’t an option. There’s a growing body of research that shows that too much screen time can have negative effects on children. Podcasts are an easy, affordable alternative to keep your little one’s mind engaged on car rides, at the grocery store or even on a rainy Saturday. Here are 5 picks for the best podcasts for kids from experts Lynn Louise Wonders, Anna Hall and Dr. Sandra Linder: 1. Aaron's World. 2. Brain's On. 3. Noodle Loaf. 4. Story Pirates. 5. Ear Snacks.
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It's a fact: children learn better when they are engaged. That's why purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers are key components of Balanced Learning. See how this time-tested approach with a strong emphasis on life skills and character development can help your child develop and excel.
STEAM concepts at Home with everyday activity. 1. Make The Most Of Meal Time. 2. Turn Story Time Into Learning Time. 3. Play and Explore With Water. 4. Establish a Creation Station.
4 Reasons Why Reading to Babies is Beneficial. 1. Vocabulary and Language Skills. 2. Listening and Focusing Skills. 3. New Concepts and Lessons. 4. A Lifelong Love of Literacy.