“The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud.” – Coco Chanel “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams Leadership skills instill confidence, help children solve problems creatively, work together as a team and work collaboratively. These […]

Ms. Linda and Ms. Madison recognized how the kiddos in their classroom this year really enjoyed expressing themselves and seemed to have a knack for theatrical performances. Their observations began to inspire an in-depth look at the theatre from understanding how to make your face show what you feel to the parts of a play/story, […]

From Ms. Kelley and Ms. Jill One of our favorite Topic Studies this year in the Penguins’ class was “Animals and Their Habitats!” Throughout the school year, my students were fascinated with animals and were constantly talking about their favorites, playing animals or “zoo” or using the various animals figurines with blocks, sensory bins and other […]

Check out this article from MIT’s School of Engineering entitled “What do Legos have to do with Engineering?” Nearly anyone can recognize that children gain an incredible amount of skills through working with Legos, whether they build something using instructions or using their own creative initiative. When you watch a child sit down with a […]

Typically in a class, there is a general interest in a “preschool-type topic” like fish, transportation (trucks, trains, etc.), community helpers, animals, dinosaurs, etc. Developmentally, these subjects really appeal to kids this age. Occasionally, one or two of the kids are really well-versed and into a particular area. This is great because their excitement for […]

This will begin a series of posts on the most prominent Topic Studies from each classroom at our school during the school year! We are excited to share all of the things the kids and teachers have been working on and how amazing Topic Studies are for kids learning and development. From Ms. Phoebe and […]

Hot Town, Summer in the City! June 2019 News

In the very beginning of Lupine Lane, we started off with a class at the Lakeway Activity Center called “Tasty Tuesdays”. A group of kiddos came into the kitchen and classroom every Tuesday for several weeks. We made several recipes each day and ended the week by presenting a cookbook to the kids with photos […]

The month of May seems to rival the holiday season with the number of events, parties and memories kids and families create together. We know it’s busy, and we are grateful for all that we get to celebrate with the children and families at Lupine Lane during this time of year. It’s such a special […]

June 3 to 7, 2019 9a to 2p Ages 4.5 to 8 Children have the innate curiosity that science requires. They naturally wonder, observe and explore, which makes them incredible scientists. Perhaps they wonder how and why a car moves down the road. Maybe they want to explore the ocean floor and find out how […]


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