Visitors often comment about the comforting and delightful smell of baking bread wafting through our hallways. We believe that an organic and hearty mid-morning snack provides the children both the energy to devote to their physical development, and the grounding to focus on their healthy neurological development. We follow a consistent snack rhythm through the
One of the most common questions we get is ‘will my child be ready for a public kindergarten after BWK?’. Our answer is “yes”. Here’s a great quote from the book Free Range Learning. “Children in Finland don’t start formal eduction until the age of seven. They enjoy longer summer holidays and are spared the
BWK May Faire 2014 – Photos from Suzanne!
Via the book All Year Round, “The traditional way of celebrating Martinmas is with lantern walks or processions, accompanied by singing. St. Martin recognized the divine spark in the poor man of Amiens, and gave it the protection of his own cloak. When we make a paper lantern, we, too, may feel that we are giving protection