Tot Scholars Playground Picnics
July 17 | July 31
We hope to see you at one or both luncheons!
Welcome to Beginnings at MFS
At Moorestown Friends School, we believe there is no period more critical than Early Childhood in shaping the ways that children learn and think, interact with others, and feel about school and themselves. Learn how Beginnings at MFS can help your child (ages 3+) make the most of Preschool, Prekindergarten, and Kindergarten. Extended day options available.
Why invest in Early Childhood Education?
Enjoy reading our Beginnings Blog…one of the
Top 25 Preschool Blogs
Through their Flat Prekindergartener versions of themselves, the students were able to follow a typical day for a staff member of the marketing department, the front desk coordinator, the school psychologist, a first grade teacher, an Upper School Spanish teacher, a Middle School English teacher, and more!read more
Eighth Graders Alexis Hehn ’22 and Ella Miller ’22 co-wrote this blog post to describe the Lower School Buddy Program from a student’s perspective.read more
In Kindergarten, the students investigate the characteristics of insects and different types of insects. The students learn about the stages of the life cycle as the caterpillar turns into a chrysalis and then emerges as a butterfly. The students write down their observations in a special journal and learn what is means to be a scientist.read more
MFS Coding Program Featured in National Media
MFS is one of the few schools in the United States to provide Coding classes to all Lower School students, beginning with our 3-year-old preschoolers. The program has been featured in the local media and in national media as far away as Miami, Washington, D.C., and Lexington, KY. The course is part of the Lower School’s “specials” rotation that also includes Art, Music, Physical Education, Library, Quaker Education, and Computer Science. Students participate in Coding class twice every six days.
MFS Coding teacher Liz Kahn, talks about our Coding classes in this video. Ms. Kahn has a master’s degree in elementary education from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in psychology from Temple University.