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The Best Screen-Free Brain Breaks, According to Kids

With many school-aged children learning online for hours each day, the best types of brain breaks in today’s environment are those that leave screens out of the equation. There are so many fun and refreshing activities that can be done in a short five or 10 minutes – puzzles, art, dances, stretches, games, challenges and… Read More

Spotlight on Angela Ludwig, 2019 Executive Director of the Year

For Angela Ludwig, Executive Director at The Malvern School of Blue Bell, her 2019 Executive Director of the Year award isn’t the first time her success has landed her in the spotlight. During her time with The Malvern School, Angela has been named Executive Director of the Year both in 2016 and 2019, opened a… Read More

Our 25 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 25 favorite books for children: 1. Director of… Read More

How Summer Sports Are Keeping Our Campers Moving

After ‘S.T.E.A.M.’ing into summer at the start of camp, Weeks 3 and 4 kept our campers moving with a Summer Sports theme that brought with it so many fun and different ways to exercise our minds and bodies. It’s no surprise that sports activities, special visitors and field trips are a fan favorite among campers… Read More

St. Patrick’s Day, The Malvern School Way!

It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and it wouldn’t be a proper holiday without our beloved classroom parties! In true Irish fashion, it was green galore at many of our schools as they celebrated yesterday. From clothing and crafts…. to festive fruits and veggies … and decorations and desserts … our friends and teachers went all out.… 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

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