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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

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

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

Behind the Scenes of Young Authors’ Night

Throughout this week and last, Pre-K classes at all of our schools are taking the stage for Young Authors’ Night – an annual event where each student has the opportunity to read aloud a book they have written to an audience of families, friends and teachers. In addition to being an exciting activity that allows… Read More

A Tribute to Mrs. Bush

It is with great sadness that we join the nation in paying homage to former First Lady, Barbara Bush. Mrs. Bush was one of the most influential and well-known champions for literacy in America and while at the White House, she dedicated most of her time to support literacy, specifically for early childhood education. One… Read More

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

Top Six Book Picks for Young Readers

As if we needed another reason to celebrate our love of books, it’s National Young Readers Day! In honor of this event, observed annually on the second Tuesday in November, Christle Seal, Director of Educational Programs at The Malvern School, is sharing her top six book picks for young readers. Check out the short list… Read More

Open a book. Open a mind. Five Books to Buy Your Toddler Today!

Reading to your young child is essential for their development. At The Malvern School we have a strong commitment to literacy through several programs for children of all ages. In addition to our author of the month and a focus on monthly themes, we also host several Mrs. Bush’s Story Times throughout the year. Here… Read More

It’s Story Time at The Malvern School

Our featured author of the month is Karen Katz. Karen has written and illustrated more than fifty picture books including one of our favorites, “Where is Baby’s Belly Button?”. Many of Karen’s books are interactive and encourage infants and young toddlers to flip the flaps to discover answers to questions throughout the story. From identifying… Read More

Celebrating Literacy at The Malvern School!

At The Malvern School, we dedicate ourselves to care and nurture our children in many different ways. One of those is a strong focus on literacy. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), a division of the U.S. Department of Education, children who are read to have a considerable advantage over children who… Read More

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