Monthly Archives: October 2012

DIY: Handmade toys for school and home

Many parents, relatives, and caregivers enjoy creating handmade toys for their children.  This is a really great way to continually give your children new materials to explore, without breaking the bank.  Re-using materials from your home also sets a wonderful example for children of how to use re-purposed materials in a way that is environmentally… Read more »

Talking about the election

The White House sent us this photoof President Obama!   With all the talk about the presidential election, now is a great time to start talking to your kids about who the president is, what the president does, and how the president is chosen.  Even the youngest children can start to form the basis for… Read more »

A Spanish Tip from Pine Village

Trabajando Con Géneros Gramáticales Working With Grammatical Genders The Spanish language classifies nouns as either male or female which can be tricky especially when differentiating them in writing. Here is an informal shortcut to use when differentiating between both male and female nouns when writing: To refer to both genders, simply end the word with… Read more »

Pine Village Harvest Fest this Saturday

Looking for something fun to do this weekend?  Pine Village Preschool is holding a free Harvest Fest at our South End location.  This is a wonderful opportunity to spend a Saturday enjoying Autumn-themed activities together with your child.  Songs, art activities, and games will be presented bilingually in English and Spanish by Pine Village’s talented… Read more »