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Our New Music Program!

Here at Delphi Boston, we love introducing our students to new and exciting learning experiences. This January we decided to take a new approach to our music program by hiring a new and full-time music teacher: Mr. Bret.

With a growing student body, we are able to expand the reaches of our programs in ways we could have only imagined in past years! We are beyond excited for the doors this new program will open up for our bright students.

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Delphi Boston 2019 memories!

With the New Year in full swing and this semester just beginning, here at Delphi Boston, we realized just how incredible 2019 was! We are beyond excited for 2020, but before we fly through it, here are some of our favorite moments from the last year:

Students at Delphi Boston learn not just reading and writing but essential skills for success: collaboration, critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, and innovation. Here’s to another great year filled with learning and excitement! We can’t wait to share it with you.

Exciting Announcement!

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Delphi Boston has a very exciting announcement… This January we will be starting a new preschool classroom!

The new preschool classroom will help to increase our enrollment by potentially ten students. 

We are so excited for Ms. Pam’s return to Delphi Academy as a preschool teacher. Ms. Pam worked here about 15 years ago.  She decided to open her own daycare, which she ran for 15 years in her home.  She has a very strong love for Delphi and over the years has referred 18 children to our school.

Preschool is an essential part of a child’s education where we as educators have a chance to help build a basic foundation in reading, math, writing and even learning to use a pencil correctly.  They have a lot of fun learning songs, dancing and creating beautiful art projects.  They also participate in physical education every day.

We are very excited to share this expansion with you and we can’t wait to see you and your children experiencing the new classroom this coming semester!

October Open House!

Have you marked your calendar for our special Open House happening this Saturday? Get a chance to experience what Delphi Boston is all about and see if we are the right fit for your child! If you have any questions feel free to explore our website or call in.

We can’t wait to see you there!

Books to Read Aloud With Your Kids

Reading aloud with your kids is not only a great way to spend quality time together, but it’s a way to increase their interest in reading. With every paragraph, you can find new ways to connect with your kids through shocking plot twists, crazy characters, and exciting new worlds.

Here at Delphi Boston, we’ve compiled a list of some captivating children’s books that we hope you can pick up and start reading with your kids! Enjoy!

  1. Elvis is King is bold, vibrant, and captivating — just like its main character. Illustrated with moody clay figures, this book captures both Elvis’s amazing life and the heart of rock ‘n’ roll.
  2. The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. This brilliant story is written by the imaginative Kate Dicamillo. The story is beautiful and delicate and miraculous. DiCamillo’s books can be sad but they are always transformative and deeply and profoundly moving.
  3. Matilda. Roald Dahl’s books are all must-reads, and Maltida is no exception. It’s a wonderful read-aloud book filled with adventure and magic that is bound to keep you and your kids captivated.
  4. When Sadness is at your door. This is a fantastic book for the younger ones. Kids often struggle to understand their emotions, especially tough ones such as anger and sadness. This book gives parents a comforting way to positively handle sadness with their kids.
  5. The Westing Game. A fantastic mystery book to pick up with the kids. The Westing Game was written and published in 1979. It won the Newbery Medal recognizing the year’s most distinguished contribution to American children’s literature. Definitely a must-read.

Reading is an important part of a family’s daily routine. It’s also an important part of our lives here at Delphi Boston. Make sure you don’t miss out on our Open House happening October 26th from 10 am – 12 pm. We can’t wait to see you there, and in the meantime, get reading!

Great School Lunch Boxes!

During the school year, one of our biggest goals as parents and teachers is to make school a fun place that our kids are excited to spend their days at! One way to help with this is to make lunchtime at school more exciting with cute and quirky lunch boxes. Here at Delphi Boston, we’ve found a collection of fun and affordable lunch boxes that can get your kids more excited to head off to school:

Why a Bedtime Ritual is an Important Piece of the School Year

Four Fun Activities for You and Your Child to Do At Home

With the school year in full swing, our hectic lives are reaching a new level of craziness. From soccer games and homework to figuring out what to make for lunch/dinner, it’s important that we keep a few routines in.

A bedtime routine is an essential part of your life. Not only will it ensure that the family is getting enough sleep to fuel your crazy days, but it can also be a great chance to connect with your kids. Here are a few steps to a positive bedtime routine:

  1. Start off the bedtime routine with a read-aloud session. Not only is this a calming activity but it is also an educational one. It gives you the opportunity to teach your kids new ideas and language skills. It’s also a great chance to peek into the imagination of your children.
  2. Get them in the bathroom to brush their teeth. This step is a must-have in any bedtime routine; we just had to throw it in. It’s essential for their health and can also be the perfect opportunity to teach your kids about self-care.
  3. Have some one-on-one time with the kids before putting them to bed. This step is a great way to talk to your kids and give them the attention they deserve. Find out what happened during the day and how they can make tomorrow. Discover what your kids are thinking and establish a trusting communication system with them.
  4. Let them own the routine. It’s important that your kids feel like they have some control and ownership over their bedtime. You can do this by giving them choices such as what PJs they want to wear, what bedtime music they want to listen to, who will bathe first, etc. Knowing it is their routine will increase their willingness to get in bed at the proper time.
  5. Finally, don’t forget to tell your kids how much you love them!

Back to School Preparation

School is just around the corner which means it’s time to start preparing for the incredible year that is about to commence! We put together a list of tips that we hope make the transition from Summer to Fall less stressful and more exciting.

  1. Prepare yourself and the kids for early mornings by getting everything all set the night before. Being totally ready for school in the morning makes everything far less hectic. As school is approaching, start having the kids get to sleep at a more reasonable time in order to get their sleeping patterns set up for early mornings.
  2. Shop for back to school supplies. This can be a very fun time for you and the kids. It gets everyone more organized and incredibly more excited for the year ahead!
  3. Create a homework station for your kids so that they have a cute and quiet space that they wouldn’t mind spending time doing math and reading in. A nice space to work in will make doing homework that much easier.
  4. Plan out healthy, creative and simple meals and packable lunches with the kids. Not only is this a great way for you to plan ahead, but it also gives your kids more ownership of what they are packing and it’s a great way to start teaching them about healthy eating choices.
  5. Create an after-school game plan with the kids. Set up a chore, homework and family time schedule for the week so that everyone stays organized. This is also a great way to teach time-management skills!
  6. Review school materials so that your kids are prepared and ready to hop right back into it!

We hope you find our back to school tips helpful this fall! Here’s to a fantastic school year filled with fun and new experiences.

Kindness Quotes Your Kids Should Know

As kids grow up kindness can easily get lost with the increase in TV and movie watching and the heavy involvement in social media. We came across several wonderful quotes surrounding kindness. Along with the quotes, teaching your kids about these historical figures can change the way they view the world and how to treat others. We truly feel this can help add more mindfulness into your children’s daily lives.

“If you want to lift yourself up, lift someone else up.” – Booker T. Washington

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” – Anne Frank

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” – Aesop

You can accomplish by kindness what you cannot by force.” – Publilius Syrus

“A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees.” – Amelia Earhart

“Never look down on anybody unless you’re helping them up.” – Jesse Jackson

Fun Summer Activities:

Summer is the perfect time for your kids to get outside and take advantage of the free time they have and the nice weather that comes with the season! Here are a few activities for your kids to take part in this summer break:

Explore the neighborhood and town on a bike ride with friends. Not only is this a great way to get outside and exercise, but it’s a fun way for you kids to make new friends and to experience new parts of the town.

Gather some kids on a nice day and head over to the local park for a picnic. Have your kids pick out some favorite foods, try out some new foods, grab a blanket and some fun games and set up for a fun afternoon. This is an activity that never fails to produce a good time.

Science experiments are a fun way to give your kids the freedom to ask questions and explore new worlds over the summer break. Find out what your kid is interested in finding more about, help them gather data and give them the tools to experiment in different ways. It’s both educational and fun!

Teach business skills through the creation of a business. Whether it’s dog walking, pet-sitting, weed picking or a lemonade stand, this activity will give your kid lessons in personal finance, communication, and running a business. It’s a creative and fun way for your kids to stay productive this summer!

Here at Delphi Boston we hope your summer is filled with new experiences and fun! Remember to stay productive, keep learning and have a blast!

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