The Moorestown Friends School Early Childhood Program

You're Invited to Rhythm & Code - A Special Classroom Sneak Peek on May 30

We hope you and your child will join us on Wednesday, May 30 from 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. at Moorestown Friends School. Because engagement and participation is critical to learning at an early age, this event is hands-on! You’ll discover why Moorestown Friends emphasizes a rich and varied curriculum infused with art and technology.  Click here to RSVP!

To RSVP, email or call Sonia Bodden in the Admissions Office at sbodden@mfriends.org or at (856) 914-4426.

Join Us for Rhythm & Code!

We hope you and your child will join us for Rhythm & Code on Wednesday, May 30 from 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. at Moorestown Friends School. Because engagement and participation is critical to learning at an early age, this event is hands-on! You and your child will participate in a music lesson with Lower School Music Teacher Mrs. Joanna Stamper and a coding lesson lead by current fourth graders and Lower School Coding Teacher Mrs. Rachel Kaplan.

You’ll discover why Moorestown Friends emphasizes a rich and varied curriculum infused with art and technology

Music lessons begin to introduce skills such as perseverance, recognizing patterns, memorization, coordination while playing instruments, and harmonious collaboration. Plus, our Lower School Music Teacher Joanna Stamper also shares the musical stylings and songs of other cultures with her students. The language of computer programming is redefining our future as technology rapidly develops. Coding lessons at Moorestown Friends focus on introducing coding concepts in a developmentally appropriate way, problem solving strategies, and teamwork.

To get a sneak peek at what to expect in your coding lesson, prekindergartener Eileen has a special preview video for you here.

To get a sneak peek at what to expect in your music lesson, prekindergartener Rocco has a special preview video for you here.

To RSVP, contact Sonia Bodden in the Admissions Office at sbodden@mfriends.org or at (856) 914-4426. Registration is encouraged but not mandatory.