Category: Boston

Explore the Neighborhood: Porter Square

We love our local neighborhoods so much that we decided to feature our communities in our blog, like our recent one, featuring the JP neighborhood (Read it here if you haven’t yet!). Our Porter Square school is tucked into the historic Henderson Carriage House Building at 2067 Mass Ave. Close to both Porter and Davis… Read more »

Fun Fall Farms for Kids Around Boston

Apple Picking, Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides, Cider Donuts, Visiting the farm animals….there is so much to do around the Boston area with kids during the fall. The air is getting crisp and it’s a great time to get them outside in the fresh air and explore new places near where you live! Along… Read more »

Meet Our Teachers: Addressing the Teaching Challenges of the Pandemic

The last year has taught us all to face challenges unheard of and our teachers themselves have learned to adapt and pivot just as quickly as the rest of us. We are so proud of our staff here at Pine Village Preschool and how they’ve been able to support our children and families throughout the… Read more »

Our Partnership with Community Therapeutic Day School

From the very beginning of Pine Village Preschool’s existence, we have placed a very large emphasis on social and emotional growth and learning–-two of our four core values are Love and Laughter. As part of that, we put many practices into place on a daily basis to help our children understand and manage their emotions… Read more »

Juntos Exploramos: Exploring Culture Within Our City!

Our school-aged summer program is back this year, and we can’t wait to have you join us! Program Features: weekly field trips on public transit, water play in sprinklers, outdoor picnics, independent and group projects, afternoon enrichment classes, journaling –TODO EN ESPAÑOL! 8 one-week sessions (July and August) PVP Locations: Brighton, Kendall Sq, JP Revere… Read more »

Lockdown

James (2), watching for helicoptersoutside our window So, apparently, I spoke too soon. Remember last week how I said my family wasn’t directly affected by the events of the week? On Friday morning we woke up to a phone call at 6:08 a.m. Early morning phone calls are rarely good, and my heart was pounding… Read more »