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Our students showed veterans how grateful they are for their service by mailing homemade cards for Veterans Day.
Caleb’s Cause Foundation was selected as the 2018 recipient of the Primrose School of NW Oklahoma City’s Primrose Promise Giving Event. Our Summer Adventure Club students, ages 5 to 9 years old will host a Diaper Drive to collect new, unopened packages of diapers for the Oklahoma children served by Caleb’s Cause Foundation. In addition, the students hosted a Lemonade Stand featuring fresh squeezed lemonade and raised over $500 to Caleb’s Cause Foundation.
Earth Day 2019 is April 22, and spring is the perfect time to learn important and fun lessons about nature, the planet and sustainability for kids.
Our Summer Adventure Club students surprised first responders with a sweet start to their day! The children delivered donuts, juice and coffee to police officers and firefighters at four local stations. This act of generosity was just one way to thank these local heroes. Students were then treated to special tours of the Oklahoma City police and fire stations and enjoyed exploring emergency vehicles while learning about the role our community heroes play in our city. The Get Ready. Get Safe. Summer Adventure Club unit gives children a chance to apply STEAM skills and concepts while brainstorming solutions to emergency relief and preparedness.
Children who participate in physical education programs are likely to become active, healthy adults.
Does your child tell crazy fibs? Many parents of preschool-age children are concerned when their child starts to tell lies, but this is normal!
It’s no secret – establishing healthy eating habits in children is often easier said than done.
The challenges that preschoolers face, such as learning to take turns on the slide at recess, can sometimes seem miniscule to adults.
“She needs the pink sparkly one.” “Stop wrestling around with her like she’s a boy.” “That’s a boys’ toy.”