Posts Tagged: children

Pine Village Preschool Focus on Curriculum

We want to share more on our learning and educational philosophies, so today….we’re sharing info about the Pine Village Preschool Curriculum Your child’s teacher is a master at her trade. She has learned about your child specifically.  She knows just how to welcome every child in the morning, she knows their favorite toys, what time they get… Read more »

New Year’s Resolution: Going GREEN!

We know many of you send in reusable cutlery in your child’s lunch box, and have begun to see sustainable bamboo utensils among these items. Some of you also send your child’s lunch in microwaveable containers or thermoses that stay warm, thus alleviating our need to transfer food to paper plates for warming it up…. Read more »

Saturday Spanish Is Back!

2018-2019 Juntos Conectamos: Together We Connect Three 8-week sessions during the 2018-2019 school year: When: Saturdays, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. o Sept. 22 – Nov. 17, 2018 [no class 10/6] o Jan. 12 – March 16, 2019 [no class 1/19 or 2/16] o March 23 – May 18, 2019 [no class 4/20] Where: Porter Square (2067 Mass. Ave., Cambridge) AND Needham (65… Read more »

Reading is Key to Raising Bilingual Children!

Exposing children to a second language naturally is the most effective way to support second language learning. One of the most  impressionable ways we have found at Pine Village is to read as much as possible! Reading is key in language development in children and has endless benefits. Along with increased vocabulary, enhanced concentration and… Read more »

Top 5 Myths About Spanish Immersion Preschool Education

  When we founded Pine Village Preschool in Boston in early 2001, the mere suggestion of immersing young preschool aged children in a multicultural bilingual environment (with the intention of introducing Spanish as a second language) caused widespread panic (well not quite that severe!).  Fast forward to today and the information highway is jammed with… Read more »