The feeling of belonging, in the widest sense, contributes to inner well-being, security, and identity. Children need to know that they are accepted for who they are. They should know that what they do can make
Josie notices the rope hanging in the classroom. At meeting time she wonders, Why is that rope up there?Stella There’s two ropes. It has an end.We then pass an identical rope around the circle.Ellie It smells
On November 8th . . . . . . on November 29th . . .
The crabapple tree outside the window of Studio Yellow is a wondrous way to follow the path of nature and the changing seasons. Although heavy with crabapples, the colder weather has prompted us to be more
Mark has gone outside to play in the snow with a few children. Ellie wants to join them, and she is working on putting her snowsuit on. When her boot gets stuck and she can’t fix
Dear Parents and Teachers, I am grateful we share the beautiful drive through deCordova’s Sculpture Park. The composition of sculptures in a natural setting offers inspiration and connects our community in unique ways. I invite you
Thank you for sharing your beautiful children with us! Happy Thanksgiving!
Since we introduced sewing circles, their use has expanded dramatically (literally and figuratively)! This intersects with an interest in decorating the classroom and in dramatic play. The children began by sewing a shoelace around and aroundthrough
Jack has joined Jamie in the routine of putting the birds to bed in the block area… Jack had put his bird to bed in one of these block beds earlier in the morning. Now he
Often a common intention for many families in sending their young preschoolers to nursery school is to be and play with other children. This being with brings with it joyful fun and laughter, as well as