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 aren't just a daycare in Plainfield, we are a premier early education and child care experience for children and families. We are conveniently located on W. 135 Street, right next to Eaton Preserve Park and minutes away from Eagle Pointe Elementary School.
Infant - 6 weeks to 1 year, Toddler - 1 to 2 years, Early preschool - 2 to 3 years, Preschool - 3 to 4 years, Pre-kindergarten - 4 to 5 years, Kindergarten - 5 to 6 years, After school - 5 to 12 years, Summer adventure club
Liberty Elementary School, Eichelberger Elementary School and Eagle Point Elementary School
Our Balanced Learning® approach nurtures curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion. This helps spark lightbulb moments that lead to a lifelong love of learning.
Now is the time to plan for fall school enrollment. Ready to start or make a change for the better in your child's preschool experience? Limited spots available in our early preschool, Preschool, and Pre-K classrooms. Call today at 815-510-6000 to schedule an exclusive tour!
As parents, we are familiar with the anxiety that some children can exhibit when they leave for camp or begin school.
Babies have an incredible capacity to learn.
Our mission at Primrose Schools is to forge a path that leads to a brighter future for all children by providing the right foundation for future learning and life.
Guilt — it’s a trap that many parents fall into.
Are you passionate about children? Are you creative? Do you want to be a part of a winning team? Join our team! Please visit our career page and apply.
It’s never too early to help your child develop positive character traits.
Whether you’re an infant or an adult, regular exercise is one of the key ingredients to developing physical skills.
Parents play a major role in helping young children develop a healthy social life.
There’s no question that parents want their preschoolers to grasp the basics of colors, numbers and letters to foster a lifetime of learning.