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Malvern School Alum Taelyn Gray Becomes Published Author

Dream big. It’s one of our Core Values at The Malvern School and one of the most powerful things early learning can inspire young children to do. At The Malvern School, we also build the educational foundation that can help our friends make those dreams a reality. Taelyn Gray, a former student at The Malvern… Read More

Top Children’s Books for Celebrating MLK Day

Children’s books are a fantastic way to teach young kids about big, important issues in an age-appropriate manner and at a level they can understand. That’s certainly the case for educating little ones about the life and legacy of the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the crucial topic of equality. At The Malvern… Read More

Celebrating Literacy and Friendship

At The Malvern School, two things are core to our programming: literacy skills and character values, like kindness and compassion. While we develop these in our young friends through a variety of activities every day, we were able to celebrate both in a bigger way during our latest Literacy Celebration Day! Literacy Celebration Day is… Read More

Bring Literacy Celebration Day Home

Next Tuesday, September 28, friends of all ages at every Malvern School will be participating in Literacy Celebration Day, a special event that we host four times a year dedicated to celebrating our love of literacy. For this upcoming celebration, we will be featuring the book All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold and focus on… Read More

Our 20 Favorite Children’s Books

Some are classics, and some are not-so-obvious choices – but they’re all top picks for children’s books selected by our exceptional staff and directors. If you’re looking for new reads to share with your little one, this roundup is a great place to start! Here are our 20 favorite books for children: 1. Director of… Read More

6 Must-Read Children’s Books that Celebrate Black Culture, Diversity and Kindness

As we celebrate Black History Month, our classes are reading and exploring various types of books that celebrate Black culture, diversity and kindness. These books are springboards for age-appropriate discussions and meaningful lessons that pay tribute to Black history and encourage everyone to celebrate what makes us all unique. Wondering which books are some of… Read More

Hot Summer Reading List for Kids

Summer is in full swing and there’s no better time to sit back, relax and read with your little one. To get the scoop on hot summer reading picks for young children, we recently connected with our friend – and a regular visitor at The Malvern School of Oaks – Rebecca Krause, Director of Youth… Read More

Behind the Scenes of Young Authors’ Night

  A strong focus on literacy is one of the most valued aspects of The Malvern School curriculum. At The Malvern School, students are not only taught language and literacy concepts, but they learn how to put it in action during our favorite night of the year- Young Authors’ Night. In preparation of this event,… Read More

Author of the Month: Dr. Seuss- Making Reading Fun for Four Generations

Whether it be Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, or Horton Hears a Who– no matter the book, the rhyme, or the time, there’s always a place for Dr. Seuss in early childhood education! You may be familiar with Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, the originator of these classic children books… Read More

Celebrating Black History Month at Story Time

February is here and it’s a time for celebration at The Malvern School as we recognize and remember the achievements, contributions, and accomplishments of African Americans. Black History Month provides a great opportunity to explore this topic with your child and deepen their understanding of African-American history. At school, one of the ways we are… Read More

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