Kids Music By Marcie

Singalong Songs for Healthy Child Development


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Messy Munchkins Fun!

Messy Munchkins brought the North End into BabyCakes of Charlestown today!
We washed veggies, crafted spaghetti and tried not to sneeze! On Halloween, we had an icky spooky Messy Munchkin Art Class, with bins of bugs and brains. We made spider webs, built a haunted house, and read a funny halloween story.

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Halloween Happenings 2014!

Join Marcie for spooky singalong fun at Henry Bear’s Park in Brookline, BabyCakes of Charlestown, and Oakley Country Club in Watertown.  Don’t forget to visit Max’s dog house this Halloween for a treat!

Halloween flyer (for web)

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After School Enrichment

Marcie’s after school enrichment curriculum for elementary school students balances imagination and creativity with an interdisciplinary approach to hands on, experiential, and task-based learning. Curriculum combines the boundless curiosity of children with guided investigation in the disciplines of engineering, mathematics, literacy, technology, and scientific inquiry.

picmonkey-collage2-blurredStudents enjoy a variety of enriching toys, crafts, books, music, and games to promote socialization, fitness, literacy, and imaginative play. Over the course of a semester, students dig deeply into themes of their choice, and develop their concentration as they become immersed in research and invention. Fun class titles include Music, Dramatic Play, Wizards & Dragons, Mind Craft, Space Robots & Disco Donuts, Stories & Games, and PLAY. Marcie currently teaches after school daily in Cambridge and Boston.

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Messy Munchkins

This week in Messy Munchkins, we were immersed in the colors of Fall! We read The Very Busy Squirrel, stuck scrunchy autumn leaves to our tree, and painted our own busy squirrels with various textured brushes. Register now for Fall Session II here!

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Mather First 375 Birthday Bash

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Kids love a party!  And this one has been 375 years in the making. Because Marcie Joy is known for bringing creative fun to community events, she has donated her time and talent to the OLDEST children’s birthday celebration you’re ever likely to encounter!

YOU ARE INVITED from Mather Elementary on Vimeo.

Background

In 1639, Dorchester residents created the first-ever tax-funded elementary school, and a revolution in education was born. Now 375 years later, the Mather serves more than 600 students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Our children are diverse, representing the myriad of cultures and ethnicities within the Dorchester community. We have many challenges to address: more than 80 percent of students are growing up in low-income families, half speak a language other than English at home, and one in five receives special educational services. Our dedicated staff and faculty foster a community of academic rigor balanced with compassion and nurturing.

On Sunday, October 19, 2014, the Mather will kick off our anniversary festivities with an Opening Convocation, Community Dinner, and Birthday Bash. Everyone—Mather students, local families, and all of Boston and beyond—is invited to join the party; we anticipate an attendance of 400-plus. The Bash lasts from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. and will take place inside the First Parish Church hall, adjacent to the Mather.
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