Wired magazine recently published an article entitled “Children Play Like Scientists Work” which described research at MIT and Stanford University that demonstrated the ways in which children naturally experiment and problem solve through play in a manner that emulates the scientific method. The article resonated with me when I read it, and I was reminded of it […]Read more about “Children Play Like Scientists Work”
The Nest Nursery School is a proud member of a local, grassroots educational initiative called Project Infinity that supports several schools which are interested in the experiences of Reggio Emilia, Italy. Project Infinity is an initiative of the non-profit organization Inspired Practices in Early Education. On August 22nd, the teachers at The Nest engaged in the annual Project […]Read more about A Day of Professional Development
To say that food is an important part of life is an understatement. In fact, food is one of the most important parts of life. It is nourishment, comfort, love and necessary to health and well-being. Anyone that has woken up at 3 am to the desperate cry of a hungry infant knows that this […]Read more about What’s For Lunch?
The Nest Nursery School is holding an Open House on Sunday, May 1, 2011 from 2:00–4:00. Come visit us to see a mock classroom set up, meet the founders and other educators, and get an idea of who we are and how the school will operate. The school will begin enrollment and registration on Saturday, May 7, 2011 from 11:00-1:00 at the school.Read more about Open House and Enrollment