Yesterday's CNS Yard Sale was a big success. A beautiful day; many shoppers -including current and alumni families, and neighborhood folks interested in a good deal. Thanks to all!
Join us at our Annual Yard Sale: Sunday October 22nd, 10am - 12pm at CNS! Great Bargains from current and alumni families. Low prices. Tons of great children's & infant gear; books, baby and children’s clothes, and much more.
No Rain Date. No early birds, please! Cash & checks accepted.
The 2017-2018 school year is off to a relaxing start. The energy in each classroom is happy and excited. Children arrive each morning eager to begin the day.
In light of recent events, we at Cambridge Nursery School would like to take a moment to reaffirm our commitment to being a safe and loving place for all kinds of families, regardless of race, religion, or family structure. There is no hate within the walls of CNS; never has been and never will be.
The Caterpillars used their handmade pottery tea cups in a traditional Korean tea ceremony, presented by Clara's mom. The children appreciated it, loved having their cups to drink from and Clara's mom was impressed with how attentive and engaged they were. Everybody's cup went home in the lunchbox.
The Butterfly Class released their first batch of Painted Lady Butterflies yesterday. One of the butterflies had a wing that did not fully develop. We talked about how people also have different kinds of bodies; some people use a wheelchair, etc. The children decided to put the butterfly, which was happily sitting atop a piece of orange, onto the top of the shed. We are excited to see the next group of butterflies come out of their chrysalises.
Ben's big sister, former caterpillar, came to read to the class. "Giraffe and a Half" and "Let's go on a Drive". The kids were enthralled while she read. Always fun to have a big kid in the room.
Today's fire station visit was one of the best visits we have had, even with the heat. If you were unable to join us, check out the photos taken to catch the feel of the morning.
The soil is full of creatures wriggling, crawling, and some are flying and landing. The children are investigating these springtime bugs and worms. Kerry brought in logs that were decomposing and full of the promise of creatures. There were many-legged bugs and a colony of ants! The children became very quiet and watched a bug “play dead” until it felt the surroundings were safe and then begin to crawl away!