Open House Wednesday, November 14th from 10am - 11am!
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 love this time of the year! Thank you Primrose Parents for partnering with us, we can't wait to share your child's progress with you!
Our Primrose Puppets teach us about science, math, literacy but most importantly they teach us compassion! Each of our Primrose Puppets teach us a different positive character development trait! These traits are highly desireable as students enter Big School. 85% of brain development is completed by the age 5! You see how important it is to teach Positve character traits early! Join us for our next up coming tour to learn more and to see it in action!
When I see pumpkins and other Thanksgiving decorations at the grocery store, I know that my favorite season is here – fall!
Dear Primrose Parents, We see how hard you work and we just want to tell you that you are doing a great job with raising wonderful children. Thank you for your partnership!
Do you know the importance of playing a simple game of Peekaboo? *Our Primrose babies learn that objects and people still exist, event when we can't see them! This game never gets old!
We know that juggling work and parenthood is tough.
Our little engineers are working as a team to build their own car. 1. Must be able to move 2. Must be able to hold 2 people
How important our executive functioning skills for preschoolers? Very! At Primrose Schools we believe we need to give children opportunities to practice these skills right now! There is no better time then now. We allow children to practice and make mistakes in a safe, nurturing environment. Schedule your tour and come watch learning in action!
National STEAM Day is November 8 – and it’s no secret that we love STEAM in our Primrose classrooms!
Not too late to join our Licensed and Accredited School! Primrose Pre-Kindergarten children graduate with school readiness, leadership skills and life skills! Must complete Primrose Pre-K program to receive your child’s Balanced Learning Diploma.
Private Pre-Kindergarten teachers and students are off to a great start! During our small group time, we all made and decorated a "getting to know you" worksheet! It's going to be a great school year!
As parents, we often go back and forth on how we feel about dressing our preschooler.
We are gearing up for Back to School Night! Be sure you have turned in your pre-registration forms for a guaranteed spot this school year! We are looking forward to another great year!
“We chose Primrose Wichita based on the school’s tailored curriculum to develop our child’s individual capabilities in a fun and collaborative classroom setting. Each Primrose interaction we have reassures us that our child is in the best possible environment to grow and learn.”
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to early learning, and all of the different options for your little one may seem overwhelming.
Besides learning we have many fun days at our School!
Join us Saturday, May 5th from 10am - Noon for our annual charity carnival Wrist Bands are $20/child! All proceeds go to Primrose Childrens Foundation! Enjoy Carnival Games, treats, silent auction, rocket launchers and more!
You never realize how important alone time and a good night’s sleep are until you don’t have them.
We know how to keep 2's happy, learning and engaged! Now enrolling in our Early Preschool Program, email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how we can help with your 2 year old explore the world safely!
Why We Chose Primrose: Hello! We are the Stucky family. My name is Corey Stucky and my wife’s name is Catherine. Our children are Jillian, who is now 6 years old and Jensen, who is 3 years old. We are proud to say that both our children are Primrose kids! There are several reasons why we chose to send our children to Primrose School. Having travelled extensively in my previous employment, I was aware of the Primrose brand through friends and family who had experienced Primrose positively in other cities. My wife also knew of Primrose through her friends’ experiences as well. Admittedly, out of all the other choices we had in our area, the reasons we finally selected Primrose for our children boiled down to about 3 things; 1) Primrose was ideally located for our childcare needs, affording us a streamlined route between work and home for which our children could be nurtured. 2) Primrose provided the hours we needed for childcare without a drop-off/pick-up restriction that exceeded our ability to honor or maintain. As working parents, we needed a facility that would be open before we are due for work, and after we are scheduled to leave work. Primrose met this need. 3) Primrose was built as an actual school, not simply a converted building or secondary-use facility. It was founded on solid principles focused on developing children to their actual potential. It included transition classrooms and classes, active work assignments allowing our children the opportunity to grow socially, learn phonological skills, self-awareness, pre-writing skills, pre-math skills, and cognitive/critical thinking skills, and share a pre-meal prayer among others. Primrose provided a continuous assessment program from which to evaluate the learning of our children. It reinforced values within our children that are also important to us; a. Be kind to yourself and others b. Use your listening ears and your looking eyes. c. Keep your hands and your feet to yourself. d. Use your walking feet and inside voices in school. To say that I can share the “Rules of the Roost” with you simply means that Primrose doesn’t just work for our children; it works for us, too! We have since learned and experienced that Primrose truly partners with you for your child’s care, well-being, and learning. And most importantly, Primrose provides a platform from which one can offer parental feedback without the risk of indignation or pretense simply because of differing viewpoints. And, perhaps one of the most important things, it provides daily pictures and notes about curriculum and specific feedback on our children that we can share with grandparents, siblings, and others who might enjoy seeing the kids daily and learning about what they are doing. Simply put; we’re thankful that we found Primrose, and appreciative of what Primrose has given to us in kind. Our children, and our family, are better for it. Sincerely, The Stucky Family Corey, Catherine, Jillian & Jensen