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Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
Congratulations to all of our 2017 Private Pre-K and Kindergarten Graduates! We are so proud of all your accomplishments and milestones that you have made this past year!
Mrs. Emily Fajkus is the Apple of Our Eye for May! Mrs. Fajkus began with Primrose over two years ago. She earned her B.S. in General Studies from UNO while playing soccer. Mrs. Fajkus moved to KC with her husband and daughter, Mona, in 2015. In her spare time, Emily enjoys spending time with family & friends, watching movies and trying out new restaurants around town. Thank you Mrs. Fajkus for being so bubbly, friendly and dependable! We are so lucky to have you on our Primrose Management Team!
Dr. Steve Sanders shares exercises that teach children the motor skills they need to ride a bicycle.
Michael, Stephanie, Eric, Michael Jr. and Grace have been attending Primrose since it opened in 2013. Together as a family, they enjoy skiing, going to the lake, fishing, playing outside, swimming, watching movies and just hanging out together. Their favorite meals are manicotti, pasta with meatballs and grilled chicken with potatoes. Thank you Kulp family for entrusting us with your most prized possessions over the past years. We are truly going to miss all of you when Grace heads off to Kindergarten in August!
As summer approaches, Dr. Laura Jana shares some helpful tips to keep your child protected from the sun while playing outside.
Help your child learn how to be environmentally friendly early on with these activities.
Expert Rob Sayer shares how making homemade drumsets can help a child develop a musical ear.
We are so proud of our Primrose students who donated over 50,000 of their favorite books to hospitals, foster homes, and community centers during Og's Bountiful Book Drive!
Science meets art in this simple experiment.