It’s a fact: children start learning from the moment they are born, and the brain develops faster in the first five years of life than at any other time. That knowledge can create a lot of pressure on parents to choose the right early education and care provider for their child!
Opening soon, Primrose School of Liberty will serve the children and families in the Kansas City and Liberty, providing an unparalleled early learning experience through the Primrose®-exclusive Balanced Learning®approach. Balanced Learning is created from the best early education wisdom and is based on the belief that who children become is as important as what they know. The result is an approach that nurtures intellectual, creative, physical and social-emotional skills to promote the development of well-rounded children who have a strong foundation for learning and life.
Balanced Learning builds off of children’s natural curiosity by blending play with guidance and direction from teachers to take learning to the next level. Concepts like language, science, math and art, along with physical activity, character development and life skills are integrated into children’s daily classroom experiences. The curriculum; classroom equipment, materials, books and toys; and school-home connection are all intentionally aligned to engage children in developmentally appropriate learning.
Since the curriculum is provided to Primrose teachers, they are able to spend their time engaging in meaningful interactions with each child rather than developing lessons. Every teacher, school leadership team member and franchise owner is passionate about providing the best early learning experience possible for children. They are committed to creating and maintaining trusted relationships with every Primrose family, and they all share the Primrose vision: To deliver the best and most trusted early education and care for children and families across America.
“We understand that choosing a child care provider is one of the most important and nerve-wracking decisions a parent makes,” said Baheja Maaroufi, Franchise Owner of Primrose School of Liberty. “We can’t wait to open our doors and provide the families of Kansas City and Liberty with early education and care that they not only feel good about, but also trust to give their child the best early learning experience possible.”