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Going Places with Yoga

What do you get when you cross a monthly educational theme of “In Transit” and a love of yoga for young children? Transportation yoga, of course! At The Malvern School, we’re big advocates of yoga for our young friends. We practice it from the Infant room to our Kindergarten Enrichment class, year-round, indoors and out.… Read More

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Four Tips for Making the Most of Parent-Teacher Conferences

At The Malvern School, we not only form a strong bond with your child, but we also value our connection with you as a family. We are partners in your child’s education and we want to see them grow and develop with a strong foundation for the future. Each year, we host two opportunities to… Read More

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We’re Snow Excited It’s Winter!

It may be cold outside, but we’re already having ‘snow’ much fun this winter! We’ve been bundling up and burning off some steam on our playgrounds and fields as the weather allows. We’ve also been exercising our creativity, our minds and our bodies indoors – all while getting into the holiday spirit. Leading up to… Read More

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Young World Travelers Take Flight

In line with our monthly theme, The World Traveler, December is the perfect time to focus on expanding the world view of young children. While many families are preparing to travel or celebrate customary traditions for the holidays, our young ‘world travelers’ have also been busy taking flight, exploring other cultures and countries in various… Read More

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The Malvern School of Marlton Takes Shape

Construction and preparations are in full swing as The Malvern School gears up to open in Marlton, N.J. in spring 2018. Our brand-new School will welcome children ages six weeks through eight years old, and will expand the community’s options for early childhood education beyond traditional childcare and daycare programs in the area. “We are… Read More

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Make It, Take It and Try It at Home

It was a special #MakeItMonday at The Malvern School this week! We celebrated Make It, Take It Day with our students and their families, who were invited to join our classes for a fun afternoon of winter craft making. Our teachers planned different, age-appropriate projects in each of our rooms – giving children the opportunity… Read More

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A ‘Beary’ Special Story Time

Among the many things that are stressed to parents is the importance of reading aloud to children starting in infancy – and for good reason. We know it helps language development, comprehension, creativity, imagination, and even boosts brain activity. Literacy is foundational to our curriculum and integrated into our lesson plans in many different ways.… Read More

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Malvern Brightens the Holidays for Neighbors in Need

At The Malvern School, being part of the local community goes well beyond our walls. With the support of our staff, teachers and Malvern families, we’re proud to make a difference by giving back and helping to brighten the holidays for our neighbors in need. Read on to learn about how some of our Schools… Read More

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Teaching Kids How to Make ‘Sense’ of Money This Gift-Giving Season

As the winter holidays push retailers and advertisers into overdrive, the tendency of children to always want ‘more’ only intensifies. And while it’s no doubt a hectic time of year, it’s also a great opportunity to teach kids about the value of money (and gratitude)! Here are some ways to help:   Slow down and… Read More

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Exploring Realism with Artist of the Month Andrew Wyeth

Born and raised in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, Andrew Wyeth – our November Artist of the Month – was perhaps one of the most well-known American artists of the mid 1900s. While his local connection alone is worth celebrating, his signature style, particularly as a realist painter, also offers a rich educational platform for young children. … Read More

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