Primrose School of Lantana Believes Children Need Balance, Too

Primrose School of Lantana Believes Children Need Balance, Too

Choosing a pre-school is one of the most critical decisions young parents will make. It’s important to find a learning environment that is safe and fun while focused on education.

Primrose School of Lantana offers a balanced learning curriculum that combines purposeful play along with nurturing guidance in the classroom to help children grow and learn in an open environment.

Owners Frank and Erin Lundie have a very hands-on role with their school, spending upwards of 10 hours each day there. Not only are they fully vested in the school, their own children attend there as well. Erin is a former classroom teacher and assistant principal, while Frank has a more technical background.

“We work hard to make sure the children are academically ready as well as socially ready,” explains Frank. “That’s why balanced learning is so important.”

The curriculum at Primrose School of Lantana is STEAM focused. STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics and is an educational approach to helping students achieve critical thinking through inquiry and dialogue.

They also encourage learning through their children’s choice learning centers, where they can move freely between art, reading, a building block center, dramatic play center and other centers.

“This is how we encourage the children to learn using their imaginations,” said Frank. “It helps to encourage their curiosity, confidence and compassion.”


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