An exploration with the slide, paint, and loose parts led to questioning, discovery, and more wondering.
There is so much to learn from animals. Read to see how interacting with animals promotes social and emotional development.
Introducing the process of batiking with The Farmhouse children (ages 3-5). This process art experience has three steps.
Animals help children build emotional and social intelligence. They are great reading partners and inspiration for a STEM project too!
Book Club is a time to connect over a good book. Take a peek at our book club for Heartwood Hotel.
By planting specific herbs, we attracted the Black Swallowtail Butterfly Caterpillars to our Outdoor Classroom. So much to observe and wonder!
Our school community loves to be a part of The Cornyval Parade each year!
Book club is a time to connect over a good book. Take a peek at our book club for Pippi Longstocking.
Bee Day was the perfect way for children to get a close up look at the bees, to ask questions, and to wonder.
Small groups at The Farmhouse are a time to work closely with their teacher and peers. They provide the space the children need to focus, problem solve, and create The Marvelously Made Way.
We found this caterpillar. We wondered what it would turn into. Then it disappeared for a bit.
Working together to build a river with running water in the sand pit. This builds gross motor skills and language skills.
Book club is a time to connect over a good book. Take a peek at our book club for The Cricket in Times Square.
Slides aren’t just for going down! Children need the space and freedom to experiment with the slide in different ways.
On Science night, The Collective students presented their unique projects to our school community.
Book Club is a time to connect over a good book. Take a peek at our book club for Stuart Little.
Worms are squishy, slimy, and SO important for our gardens!
The pincer grasp is important for writing. Check out the ways we strengthen the pincer grasp without worksheets!
Book club is a time to connect over a good book. Take a peek at our book club for James and the Giant Peach.
Being outside is so beneficial for children, even on rainy days! That’s why at Marvelously Made we are outside everyday.
All of God’s creatures are important and valuable, even Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches!
A favorite December tradition at Marvelously Made is The Nativity Play performed by The Primary group.
The Collective class (4th-8th grade) made a special visit to The Farmhouse (ages 3-5) to play and learn together.
A learning community that grows together for the good of children!
An annual tradition at The Cottage is to perform several fairy tale plays. The plays come after months of reading different versions of the fairy tales.
An Instant Challenge called The Dot Game is a game of communication and teamwork without using your voice.
Loose parts in the classroom strengthen problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills.
A day that turned from a simple wondering to a focus on the SCAT of different animals. This example illustrates why we write our own curriculum.
Book Club is a time to connect over a good book. Take a peek at our book club for A Bear Called Paddington.
This invitation to work with scissors develops shoulder strength, wrist rotation, and strengthens hand-eye coordination in a fun way!
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