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23 Nov · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · No Comments

Making Thanksgiving Special to Your Children

Making Thanksgiving Special to Your Children Thanksgiving is a special time for adults and kids alike. For adults, it’s often about seeing extended family, gorging oneself, and, perhaps most importantly, reflecting on what you’re grateful for. For children, Thanksgiving means time off from school (yay!), seeing grandparents and cousins, and eating lots of turkey and …

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22 Nov · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · No Comments

Menu for Week 11-28

Here is the menu for the week of November 28.

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14 Nov · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · No Comments

Menu for Week 11-21

Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! Here is the (updated) menu for the week of November 21.

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12 Nov · Bibi · No Comments

Want to Train Your Brain? Learn to Play a Musical Instrument

These days you’ll find a plethora of apps and websites out there that say they can “train your brain” and improve mental abilities with various games. However, it turns out these tools may not live up to the hype. In October 2014, a group of leading neuroscientists and psychologists penned an opened letter calling claims …

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9 Nov · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · No Comments

Menu for Week 11-14

Here is the menu for the week of November 14.

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7 Nov · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · No Comments

Jamaican Activities You Can Do at Home with Your Kids

Here at Rock and Roll Daycare, our Brazilian adventure is coming to an end. Tchau, Brasil! But the good news is that our Jamaican journey is just about to begin!   To get in the Jamaican mood, we’ve compiled a list of Jamaican-inspired activities you can do with your kids at home. From crafts to …

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2 Nov · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · No Comments

5 Things you’d see, hear and smell at Casa dei Bambini – Maria Montessori’s first school in Italy

  Maria Montessori first came up with her infamous educational method in 1907 in a low income neighborhood in Rome, Italy.  She believed children learn better in multi- aged environments, and called her first preschool, “Casa dei Bambini”, or “Children’s House”. Here are 7 things you’d experience at a normal school day back in the 1900’s: Lots of noise. …

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2 Nov · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · No Comments

Menu for Week 11-7

Here is the menu for the week of November 7.

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