With a bit of magic and a sprinkle of seeds, pumpkins grew even quicker than weeds! 🎃
At Primrose schools around the country, children turned the Primrose Patch garden into a Magical Pumpkin Patch. They planted magic seeds that grew into big pumpkins overnight just like the characters in the Primrose Harmony & Heart book "Superheroes Save the Day" they read in class. See for yourself!
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With a bit of magic and a sprinkle of seeds, pumpkins grew even quicker than weeds! 🎃
With fall in full swing, it’s a great time to get outside with your child and explore the wonders of nature. 🍂 This month in Primrose classrooms, we kicked off our Sensing Outdoors Unit that helps children learn about the world around them. Bring the lesson home with this fun and easy leafy animal craft. It encourages your little one’s creativity as you use sticks, leaves and a little imagination to create birds, fish, butterflies and more. Read our blog to get started! https://bit.ly/3ZIn1Lh
Primrose students across the country learned so much during , last week! 🚒🧑🚒 They enjoyed touring their local fire stations, exploring fire trucks, and learning ways to stay safe in case of a fire with the guidance of their friendly neighborhood firefighters. We thank you for your service and bravery. Check out all the fun Primrose little ones had!
Today is Katie the cat’s birthday! 🎉 She teaches Primrose students the importance of cooperation and working together. A great example of cooperation is sharing, which can be difficult for little ones to learn. Despite the challenge, these are opportunities for little ones to develop important life skills. Visit our blog for tips on helping your child learn to share! https://bit.ly/48R0UGL
Decorations are showing up and pumpkin spice is in the air! While this time of year can be exciting for a child, it can also be a little scary, especially for little ones under age 5. Check out these tips that may help your child (and you) make the most out of the season.
🎃 Let Your Child Pick Their Costume: When a child gets to choose their Halloween costume, they're likely to be more comfortable and excited. Let them try their costume on a few days in advance to get comfortable so day-of can be focused on having fun!
👻 Establish Real vs. Make-Believe: Embrace their imagination while teaching them the difference between make-believe and reality. Help your little one understand that even dressed up in a costume, people are still the same as before. You can use the costume to build a story with your child: What would your character do? What would they say? Where would they go?
🔮 Answer Questions Honestly: There's a lot to be curious about this time of year. It’s common for children to see things that might be hard to understand at their age, such as haunted house decorations or a mummy costume. Answer their questions truthfully while reassuring them it's only pretend and sometimes people think it’s fun to be a little scared.
🪄 Keep Things Safe & Have Fun: There’s no reason why parties or events can’t take place during the day when they’ll be less scary and safer in terms of visibility and traffic. Let your child take the lead, whether that's visiting every house in the neighborhood or just walking down the street. The key is that they enjoy the fun and fantasy, without the fright.
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We're celebrating Primrose Teachers past and present who have opened their hearts and dedicated their talents to transforming education. From creating a joyful environment where each day presents opportunities to be caregivers, educators, musicians, adventure guides and so much more, we thank you from the bottom of our happy hearts. ❣️📚🍎
Embracing and learning about different cultures is an important part of the Primrose experience. 🌺🌻 🌸 In honor of Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month, our teachers shared how they celebrate their cultures in the classroom. Read what they had to say!
Happy National Day of Belongingness! Today, we celebrate our similarities and differences and the importance of kindness and compassion. Join us by watching the music video for our new song 🎶 "You Belong!" and celebrating what makes you and your family special.
You Belong! — A Primrose Original Song Check out the music video for a Primrose original song that everyone will love! Belongingness is fostered in Primrose classrooms every day. Join us in celebr...
When it comes to bringing up a child, the love and support provided by family, friends, teachers and community can make a world of positive difference. How has your “village” come together to help raise your child? ❤️ Share it with us in the comments!
Celebrating what makes our families special is one of the many ways we foster belongingness at Primrose. 🎉 Primrose schools invite their families to fill out an Introductions Questionnaire that helps teachers learn more about what's important to them. This special information is incorporated in the classroom throughout the year. What makes your family special? Share it with us in the comments!
Bringing lessons in belongingness, Spanish and STEAM to life for her students, María M. never doubted the impact she had. But when she moved from teacher to education coordinator at Primrose School of Madison, she realized she could make an even bigger difference through her work with all of the school’s teachers. Read more about why she considers teaching children “a privilege.” https://bit.ly/3RnbUW9
Happy ! 💼❤️⚒️ Today we're showing off a few of our amazing Primrose parents in the workforce and their families.
We know balancing it all can be tough, but your commitment is nothing short of incredible. You're giving your children the most precious gift - the lesson of hard work, perseverance, and the pursuit of a better life. Thank you for all you do! Tag a working parent in the comments to show your appreciation.
Join us in honoring Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month as we celebrate the diverse cultures and contributions of Latin and Hispanic Americans. Celebrate these vibrant cultures and discuss your family's heritage with this fun paper-flower craftivity inspired by the flags of Hispanic and Latin American countries. 🌺🌻🌸 https://bit.ly/45SEkeP 🌺🌻🌸
Happy early birthday, Molly! 🎂 🎉 Our Friend Molly's birthday is on September 15th. She teaches students at Primrose schools the importance of treating others with respect at school, at home and beyond with acts like sharing toys and saying "please" and "thank you". Looking for a fun way to reinforce the concept of respect? Check out our blog for instructions on how to play a special bingo game that makes incorporating respect into your child's routine easy. https://bit.ly/3PjMXIk
On Patriot Day, we honor those we have lost and the courage of survivors. Join us in remembering their legacy and courage.
Celebrate what makes all of us special with our new original song! "You Belong!" encourages you to embrace what makes each of us alike and different in our own special way. 🎶 Listen to the full song today and learn how music benefits young children by helping them express themselves and learn about others. https://bit.ly/3L42Kd7
Congratulations to the winners of the 2023 Ready, Set, Robotics competition! Students at Primrose schools across the country put their STEM skills to work to help dinosaurs escape from a meteor shower. We’re so proud of everyone who participated this year! The winning schools received funds to donate to local charities of their choice. Our winners are:
🥇1st place: Primrose School of West Allen donated $2,500 to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital
🥈 2nd place: Primrose School at Naperville Crossings donated $1,500 to the Illinois chapter of Special Spaces
🥉3rd place: Primrose School of Fleming Island donated $1,000 to Safe Animal Shelter
At Primrose, who children become is as important as what they know, and that’s certainly the case with Beth C., who attended Primrose as a child and now works at Primrose School of Braselton. As an innately compassionate person who initially considered a career in veterinary medicine, she was surprised to find herself drawn to teaching, but now she can’t imagine doing anything else. Read more of her story and learn why compassionate educators find the perfect home at a Primrose school. https://bit.ly/47SudrV
Primrose teachers do an amazing job capturing special moments and milestones that little ones achieve. ❤️ What’s a heartwarming comment your Primrose teacher has shared with you that you’ll never forget?
From citizenship to responsibility, the Primrose Friends teach us so many wonderful values. ❤️ Is your child really generous like Benjamin or super honest like Peanut? Do they love the outdoors like Megy or making friends like Erwin? Help your child take this fun quiz to find out which Friend fits them best and share their result in the comments! https://bit.ly/44iJjnA
We're so excited for the new school year with our Primrose families! 🏫📚🎉
Students in Primrose schools across the country kicked off the school year in style. Take a look at these adorable first day photos of Primrose little ones.
Happy birthday, Erwin! 🎉 This birthday-loving dog teaches children the importance of friendship. He also knows it can be hard for children to celebrate a friend's birthday. That's why we've gathered a few tips to help you get your child ready to say "Happy birthday" to someone else. https://bit.ly/44i1wBW
What a great first day of school! Primrose School of The Woodlands at Sterling Ridge is excited for the 2023-2024 school year!
Every parent wants their child to be able to build strong, healthy friendships. Understanding how your child's social skills evolve over time can help you foster the traits needed for them to make friendships, such as respect and generosity. Read our blog for ideas on how you can help your child on their social journey. https://bit.ly/3OtLrDg
If you've ever dealt with separation anxiety when dropping your child off at school, know that you're not alone. Check out this blog to read about real experiences of parents who dealt with separation anxiety and their advice on how to make the process easier for both you and your child. https://bit.ly/3Kwt5QQ
Preparing for the start of a new school year can add a lot to your plate. Activities like starting a new family tradition can help both you and your little one start the school year on the right foot. Check out our blog for more activity ideas! https://bit.ly/3Ys8i6D
As a new school year begins, young children often need some encouragement to get excited about the upcoming transition. Here are 5 ways you can help ease their transition and prepare your little one for the school year ahead!
👋 Tip #1: Say Goodbye & Hello: Waving goodbye to summer and hello to school will help your child with the change. Have an end-of-summer picnic and a first day back at school breakfast to start the year off on the right foot.
😄 Tip #2: Stay Positive: When it comes to preparing children for school, attitude is everything. Talk to your child about the fun they will have and how they'll see their school friends soon.
🛏 Tip #3: Practice Healthy Habits: It's important to get your child's sleeping and eating schedules back on track. The transition will be easier for them when they're well-rested and healthy.
🧑🎨 Tip #4: Make a Paper Chain: On the first day of school, create a paper chain with every "link" representing one day. Have your child draw what happened that day on each link. When the first month of school is over, you'll have a fun memory craft to decorate with.
📖 Tip #5: Read Together: Reading books with a return-to-school theme is a great way to get your child excited for school.
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Being a good friend takes practice. It isn’t always easy for adults, let alone small children, but there are things we can do as parents and educators to help raise the next generation of fantastic friends. Check out the tips below and read our full blog to dive deeper into these ideas. https://bit.ly/3YdnZhW
Play is essential for kids to foster imagination, creativity, confidence, problem-solving, and many more lifelong skills. Add STEM toys to the mix, and playtime becomes a laboratory where serious discovery occurs.
Saving for College shares about this concept and more in a parent’s guide to STEM toys for children. It features expertise from Dr. Maria Shaheen, senior director of early childhood education, about how parents can implement STEM play and how it affects a child’s learning. https://bit.ly/44VDY6E
STEM Toys for Children: A Parent's Guide - Savingforcollege.com Playtime can help kids absorb STEM concepts and develop skills for academic success. Here’s how to add STEM toys and activities into your child’s play.
Children can say the cutest and funniest things when you least expect it. What’s a funny comment about school your child has shared with you that you'll never forget? Tell us in the comments!
Looking for a fun way to teach responsibility to your little one? Have them help you out in the kitchen! 🍽️🥕 Not only will collaborating during meal prep encourage independence in your child, but it gives them a chance to explore new foods and flavors. From discovering a new favorite snack to learning how to manage tasks, there’s plenty for your child to learn by helping in the kitchen. Visit our blog to learn more: https://bit.ly/3XZdb6U.
We know how hectic the life of a parent can get when you’re balancing work, home and raising your little one. This dedication can sometimes lead to burnout, so we’re showing our gratitude for your hard work by putting together self-care tips using mindfulness that you can try at home, work and beyond.
🛌 😴 Mindfulness at Bedtime
As you go through your bedtime routine, practice mindfulness by noticing and accepting your sensations, emotions and thoughts. This can help calm any racing thoughts that may keep you awake.
👩💼 🪑 Mindfulness at Your Desk
Did you know you can meditate right from your desk chair? During a work break, try sitting up straight and putting in some noise-cancelling headphones to engage in a guided meditation session that can help lessen stress while you work.
☮️😌 Mindfulness Anywhere
A body-scan meditation is an easy way to de-stress during your day. Find a quiet spot to lie down and take time to notice each part of your body, from your toes to your head. You can even get your child to join you in this relaxation exercise.
We hope these mindfulness tips will help you on your self-care journey and everyday life. For more insights on how to stay present and reduce stress, read our blog. https://bit.ly/44X4kFf
The Primrose Friends are a special group of classroom puppets who love to teach the importance of caring, responsibility and more. Ever wondered which Primrose Friend your child would have the most fun with? 🌟 Take our Best Day Ever quiz to find out! https://bit.ly/44tHkhj
Happy birthday, Ally! 🎉 Our adorable Primrose Friend encourages children to be responsible at school, home and beyond. Looking for ways to foster responsibility in your little one? Age-appropriate chores set your child up for success and help them build confidence and a sense of responsibility. Visit our blog to learn more ways to foster responsibility within your child. https://bit.ly/43swDKg.
We're excited to celebrate Give Something Away Day tomorrow! 🎁❤️ Primrose students get the chance to practice generosity throughout the year with events like the Caring & Giving Food Drive and Og's Bountiful Book Drive. Learn how you can celebrate Give Something Away Day at home by starting a giving tradition with your family. https://bit.ly/3pT9FhJ
Primrose Sterling Ridge would like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all Moms! 💕💐
We hope you enjoy your special day!
Today, our teachers enjoyed breakfast from Chick-Fil-A then tried their luck with a raffle to win up to $75 in gift card value!
Thank you to all the families who donated gift cards to make this possible!
Thank you to the Koranne family for our breakfast!
Day 4 of Teacher Appreciation Week!
Our teachers were surprised with customized Primrose cups, Movie Gift Cards, “Balloonograms”, yummy cupcakes and more!
Special shout out to the Jeanty family for our delicious homemade cupcakes and the Harrower family for our amazing customized “Balloonograms”!
We love our Primrose Sterling Ridge Teachers! ❤️
Oscars and Olive Garden for our award winning teachers today! We love our teachers!
Movie snack time for the best teachers in the show! Happy second day of Teacher Appreciation to our Sterling Ridge Stars!🎬🍿🌟
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