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
Hello, we are Kevin and Reena Bhakta, the proud Franchise Owners of the new Primrose School of Round Rock North. As parents, we value the importance of the high-quality, educational childcare that Primrose Schools provides. We are thrilled to bring Primrose to the Round Rock North community.
We experienced the unmatched education Primrose delivers after searching for a child care option for our own child. The friendly teachers and warm, home-like atmosphere were an added bonus to the well-rounded curriculum and teacher guidance we were looking for in a school.
We left our professions as a CPA and a Pharmacist to handle daily operations at the new school full-time. Together, we will work to uphold the outstanding reputation Primrose has earned in the area.
We are devoted to bringing the best possible child care experience to the community and providing children with a solid foundation to excel in the future. We understand the importance of instilling a love of learning throughout a child’s early years, and we believe this is essential to building a new generation of bright citizens.
We look forward to meeting you!
Our Balanced Learning approach to child care makes us different than an ordinary Round Rock daycare. Right down the road from University Oaks Shopping Center and McNeil Park, we are conveniently located on Sunrise Road.
Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, Kindergarten, After school, Summer adventure club
Teravista Elementary School, Caldwell Heights Elementary School and Linda Herrington Elementary School
Congratulations to Ms. Anderson, you’re the Apple of Our Eye for the month of October! Thank you for all that you do for us each day. We are so lucky to have you!
Safeguard your family from cold and flu season with these strategies; practice hand-washing, cover coughs correctly, consider vaccines, and prioritize rest.
Congratulations to the Salgado family for being our Family of the Month! We appreciate all you contribute to Primrose, and we are happy to have you as a part of our school.
Halloween and costume parties can be so much fun — but they can also be a little scary for young children. Here's what parents can do to keep things festive, not frightening.
To better meet the individual needs of every child, we’re proud to implement Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®-3 and ASQ®:SE-2) in Primrose schools across the country.
Each Primrose school is held to high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.
There’s no question that parents want their preschoolers to grasp the basics of colors, numbers and letters to foster a lifetime of learning.
Every great woman was once a young girl. #InternationalWomensDay
It might seem odd to think about your preschooler exploring data analysis and algebra.
A little art mixed with a little science is a lot of fun! 🔬�
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.
Fruit + Overnight Oats brings a whole new meaning to sweet dreams. 🍓❤️
It's easy to see why your kids will LOVE this colorful flower experiment.
Banana. Granola. Cake pops. Need we say more?
These cute DIY gift bags are a present all by themselves.
Ice melts easily (even in the winter!) with the science of salt!
We live in a fast world. Sometimes teaching a child to solve problems is as easy as slowing down.
Ring in the cooler weather with these easy fall activities for the whole family to enjoy!
Saying goodbye to your child to be hard, but it's easier when you know they're in good hands.
One dad sets out to teach his 3-year-old yoga. Here's how it went.
In 20 years, they’ll be posting this as a first day of school #TBT
A Primrose mom shares mixed emotions about her daughter’s first day of school.
We're learning about both liquids and colors at school this month! Join the fun with this fizzy at-home experiment.
Funnel your child's energy into making their own handheld tornado!
What do you love most about your child's teacher? Share it with them to make this week special.
Thank you to all of the Primrose children, families and staff who donated books to our Og’s Bountiful Books donation drive.
Need help getting your child to eat vegetables? Try letting them play with their food.
We use our little Primrose friend Peanut to talk about big ideas like honesty.
This month, we’re showing our students that vegetables don’t grow in supermarkets.
The best way to learn a second language? Repetition, repetition, repetition. That’s why we do our weather reports in Spanish everyday. Qué bueno!"
Calling all aspiring makers, roboticists, movie directors, time travelers, chefs, and adventurers. Primrose Summer Adventure Club is back! http://bit.ly/1TrkIWc
Use water, shaving cream and food coloring to teach your preschooler the science behind rain clouds!
This month, we are collecting books to donate to local charities as part of our Og's Bountiful Books event. One way your family can give back is to read your child’s favorite book this week, then go shopping for a second copy to donate to the book drive. Explain that other children who don’t have a lot of books might enjoy it, too!
Have an indoor “campout” with your child by building a fort made with blankets, furniture and pillows! Ask your preschooler what the class learned about the great outdoors this week. http://bit.ly/2k9khBE
Happy National Pizza Day! Satisfy your family’s craving with our healthy tortilla pizza snacktivity.
There are many ways to say “I love you” – help your child use sign language to send a sweet message to a loved one!
Imagination is blasting off in 3...2...1! Launch your child’s creativity and encourage them to think outside of the cardboard box.
This DIY course will set your child’s imagination racing! Simply use cardboard to make ramps for your child’s toy cars or plastic balls.
One-eyed jack...egg-in-a-basket...whatever you call this quick and easy breakfast, we can all agree it's delicious!
As our students learn about transportation, practicing how to sign vehicles like “airplane” helps them describe the bustling world around them.
We may all be different, but in our school, we swim together. “The Rainbow Fish” is a great way to learn more about kindness, friendship and sharing.
There are so many creative ways to recycle tissue boxes! This cute DIY craft makes us want to do a silly chicken dance. http://bit.ly/2h55w5H
You can always count on a cardboard box to keep your child entertained for hours. Let them explore their creativity as they fold, cut, or paint it into something completely new!
Our transportation lesson really takes flight with paper airplanes! They’re easy to fold, fun to fly and full of benefits like fine motor development and hand-eye coordination.
Your child will be fascinated to learn about different liquid densities with this easy and eye-catching DIY lava lamp.
Our students are cruising through their Mucho Mundo vocabulary by learning how to say “bus” in Spanish.
“The Little Red Hen” is a timeless tale that helps our students learn about fairness.
Making a promise means keeping your word. We promise to be good listeners, hard workers and kind friends.
Technology can be a tool for your child to create, connect and learn. Learn how much screen time is healthy with these new guidelines from the @AmerAcadPeds. http://bit.ly/2ht1H9A
Happy New Year! The Primrose Friends are ringing in 2017 by resolving to share more and help one another.
For a healthy holiday dessert that’s simply delicious, try this 2-ingredient cherry “sherbet” with no sugar added.
Learning how to sign “cold” helps our infants and toddlers stay safe and warm throughout the chilly winter season.
In light of the holidays, we're admiring all the festive decorations like twinkling "luces."
In the spirit of the season, Libby and Og are learning the meaning of giving by exchanging gifts.
The joy of giving is a powerful lesson. We're so inspired by these teachers and students who are making a heartfelt impact in their communities. http://bit.ly/2flIzFJ
Join #GivingTuesday by supporting Gift it Forward in partnership with @Save the Children. Your donation can help provide emergency backpacks, sports equipment and library books for children in need. http://bit.ly/2dJJGzi
Happy Thanksgiving from our Primrose family to yours! Start each day with a grateful heart, today and every day.
Say cheese! These pumpkin pie-shaped cheese snacks are so easy for your child to make.
These DIY reindeer planters are adorable holiday decorations that can be filled with goodies like candy, art supplies or toys.
"Get a head start on the holidays with this snowman handprint craft — great for decorating the house or giving as a keepsake gift."
Marbled milk paper is a beautiful STEAM project that combines science and art for children of all ages.
"The air is brisk and the leaves are falling. We’re so excited that ""el otoño"" is calling!"
Is it soft or bumpy? Exploring texture boards helps our students expand their sense of touch.
"How is your little one generous? This beautiful Rainbow Fish activity reminds us to give to others without expecting anything in return."
No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted. Look for these 3 signs that your child is growing up to be caring, respectful and responsible. http://bit.ly/2el5Ix6
Recycle paper towel rolls into festive hanging bat decorations with a few easy craft supplies.
By using dates instead of caramel, these healthy, 3-ingredient candy apples are a great source of potassium.
Make this oozing, bubbling potion with your child and watch them discover the joy of science!
Nice teamwork! Primrose Friends Percy and Peanut show cooperation by sharing toys and building a castle together.
Watch for this important sign as students learn how to communicate about safety.
Autumn has arrived! Primrose students are learning how to describe the weather with Spanish words like “rain.”
Our crafty kitties are making these paper plate cats to purrfect their fine motor skills.
Does your child know what to do in case of emergency? Educational expert Dr. Gloria Julius shares tips to help prepare your family. http://bit.ly/2d2OJuH
Mexico es muy especial! Primrose students love learning about countries around the world.
There’s so much to love about our families! We’re making this handprint craft with open arms and full hearts.
For a powerhouse snack full of protein and fiber, make this easy hummus in just minutes.
Enjoy a few more sips of summer with this dairy-free tropical fruit smoothie.
Primrose students are learning to sign for Grandma and Grandpa, just in time for Grandparents Day!
Primrose students are learning to sign for Grandma and Grandpa, just in time for Grandparents Day!
From rosy cheeks to freckles, our students are embracing their one-of-a-kind facial features and saying “I love being me!”
Play therapist Lynn Louise Wonders explains how to teach respect and answer your child’s tough questions about people’s differences. http://bit.ly/2b0sUKJ
Practice the alphabet with this fun game! Let your child ch-ch-choose the letters and match them to the right box car.
We’re learning about the importance of our loved ones. Make this DIY roll-up card to help your child express their appreciation towards friends and family.
It’s back-to-school season and Primrose students are ready to learn more Spanish at “la escuela.”
Primrose students are learning about what makes them unique, starting with their families. Our classroom family quilt captures some of their favorite memories!
Sharing is caring. Look for this friendly sign during mealtime and playtime!
Every child learns to read and write at a different pace. These tips from early literacy expert Dr. Anna Hall will help establish a rich learning environment. http://bit.ly/29JYJGy
Chill out this summer with 4-ingredient strawberry banana “ice cream.” Best of all, you don’t even need an ice cream maker!
Primrose students can practice their Spanish skills by learning this mega-fun word for "dinosaur."
Clean up time! Our students are learning to be responsible like Primrose friend Ally by putting their toys away and learning to neatly organize.
"Primrose infants and toddlers are putting their hands together with excitement as they learn the sign for “book!”
Whether you’re celebrating outside or indoors, make your 4th of July shine with these DIY paper sparkler wands.
Science. Technology. Engineering. Art. Math. Educational expert Dr. Gloria Julius explains how these subjects work together to enrich your child’s education. http://bit.ly/1tudqXN
Our little explorers are meeting new animals on an outdoor safari adventure. Don’t forget your binoculars!
It’s a jungle out there! Primrose friends Molly and Erwin are swinging by as we learn about new plants and animals.
Beep! Honk! Vroom vroom! Primrose friends Mia and Og are remembering to stop, look and listen as they explore the big city with us.
From field trips to sensory games, these ideas from Dr. Gloria Julius, Primrose V.P. of Education, make learning fun and easy at home!
We are so proud of our team who worked hard to earn the AdvancED Accreditation for our specific Primrose School.
Reading books about courage can spotlight solutions for your child's fears.
For everything you do in your very special way, we want to say thank you and Happy Mother’s Day!
Primrose friend Percy shows courage by braving the darkness. How does your child show courage?
Discover how patience and preparation can support your child through change on Pointers for Parents. http://bit.ly/23T4Hvw
Teachers that train together stay together! Our amazing teachers came out in droves for this voluntary training opportunity sponsored by the Primrose School of Round Rock North.
The amazing teachers at the Primrose School of Round Rock North go the extra mile to make Dr. Seuss' birthday truly come alive for our children.
For their science rotation our three year old Preschool children taste-tested a variety of green foods.
The Primrose School of Round Rock North brought in a special guest for Sign Language Story Time all across the school.
Primrose friend Peanut models honesty to our students by being truthful and following the rules of the game.
This time of year is an ideal time to nurture the natural scientist in your child.
Thomas Edison wrote, “To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” We agree!
Keeping our planet clean and healthy also keeps it happy. Let's take care of Mother Nature as she takes care of us.
Recycling in our classrooms is a fun game of saving and sorting.
We believe that learning is more fun when imaginations run wild.
“When it comes to early learning, Primrose shares the same goal as parents – we aim to maximize a child’s learning during a very important time in his life."