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 Briarpark Drive, right down the street from Tanglewilde Park and minutes away from Sneed Elementary School. Unlike an ordinary daycare in Houston, we provide your child with a robust early education and child care experience.
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
Navigating Parent Insecurities By Lynn Louise Wonders Guilt — it’s a trap that many parents fall into. We worry we’re not doing a good enough job — and these feelings of self-doubt are only intensified by the photos of picture-perfect families that dominate our social media feeds. In fact, 73 percent of moms say they try to give the impression that their life is under control. To read more follow the link below: https://www.primroseschools.com/blog/mom-guilt-navigating-parental-insecurities/
Celebrating Cultures Potluck! Primrose Parents, The start of the school year is the perfect time to teach children that many unique and interesting cultures exist around our world. This month, we will be teaching the children about different cultures and hosting our Annual Celebrating Cultures Potluck event on September 27th at 6:00pm.
As parents, we are familiar with the anxiety that some children can exhibit when they leave for camp or begin school.
September 20th 6:30pm - 10:30pm Parents Night Out is a night where parents can leave the little ones with us for the evening to enjoy a child-free night out. Primrose Parents, don't miss out on this opportunity!
Scholastic Book Fair is coming to Primrose School of the Westchase District! The week of September 9 through September 13 we will be host the book fair from our school's hallway. Stop by the front desk for more information.
Guilt — it’s a trap that many parents fall into.
Treating others with respect helps us get along with others, avoid and resolve conflicts and create a positive social or work environment. Here are ways we can build this important character trait: • Treat others the way you want to be treated. • Be considerate of others. • Treat people with civility, courtesy, and dignity. • Accept personal differences and opinions. • Strive to solve problems without anger or conflict. • Listen to what others have to say. • Never intentionally ridicule, embarrass, or hurt other people. “Every human being of whatever origin, of whatever station, deserves respect. We must respect others even as we respect ourselves.” -U. Thant
Grandparents, Please join us Monday, September 9th at 12pm. Children will join their family members for a lunch prepared by our esteemed Nutritional Specialist, Ms. Patricia Graves. We hope to see all of our Grandparents in attendance. ~ RSVP on your Grandchild’s classroom door! (PPK/Bridge families only)
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.