AoMF is welcoming Fall inside. We have been busy making Fall decor for the halls and classrooms. Fall represents a time for transformations both personal and environmental. It's a season drenched in tradition, Fall is the perfect time to reflect and embrace change. We leave the summer heat behind and the blooming flowers are changed with crisp leaves.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Friday, September 11, 2020
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Last week at AoMF we enjoyed Bike Day! The kids really enjoyed showing off their bikes to their friends. We plan to continue bike day this month, because cycling will help a child develop their leg muscles, strengthen their stamina, and improve their cardiovascular development. It will also increase their coordination and balance. Here are a few pictures of our friends enjoying Bike Day!
Thursday, August 20, 2020
This week at AoMF we wanted to feature our Infant 1 class! Social and emotional development is so important at this age. The first thing your baby will learn is to connect the feel of your touch, the sound of your voice, and the sight of your face with getting his or her needs for comfort. Even at this young age infants are ready to learn about the world around them. Check out the smiles of infant 1!
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
This week at AoMF we want to recognize our teacher of the quarter! This quarter it goes to our lovely Toddler 1 teacher Marissa Capuano! Marissa is coming upon her 3rd year with AoMf. During this time she has become a star teacher. She is described as dependable, kind, passionate,enthusiastic, flexible, prepared, and organized.
Friday, August 7, 2020
It's our last day with the BIG water slide from Jest Entertainment. We have really enjoyed our time with this water slide this summer, just look at how much fun the kids had! We are looking forward to sharing many more memories with this water slide. Thank you so much Jest Entertainment for helping AoMF get through the summer!
Thursday, July 30, 2020
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Monday, July 13, 2020
It is said artistic activities foster intellectual development and some of their benefits are: stimulates both sides of the brain. Increases the capacity of memory, attention and concentration. Helps develop reading skills and children do better in math and science. Introduces children to new vocabulary and concepts. We at AoMF enjoy letting the kids discover their artistic side using all tools the messier the better!