Children are welcome to independently select materials, companions, and to manage their play independently.
It is important for us to build a positive relationship with our families. Our families are amazing.
Summer months are the most exciting months at Maranatha. Our summer program is amazing!
Children can explore, invent, represent, design, and imagine at Maranatha. Our program is Reggio Emilia Inspired.
Thank you teachers, families and friends for making our family fun day truly special.
Ms. Janet's eggs were chirping and today we have chickies. Our children had lots of fun while learning.
Our family day was awesome this year. It's important to be involved in community events.
May the love and joy of Christmas continues to be yours! Christmas is a special time Maranatha.
Arts education can greatly impact positive cognitive, physical, emotional and social development.
We believe that it’s by listening to your child’s natural rhythm, supporting their ideas and nurturing their curiosity; we develop the love for life long learning.
We our proud of our students and we love taking care of them.
Our Fall Canvas Paintings. Every season we showcase our children's art. The paintings are truly amazing.
Gardening isn't just for grown-ups. Our children enjoy our playground.
Your child will learn, grow and have a great time! Our End-of-Year Production is always very exciting.
Our summer includes a field trip to Tanaka Farms. Our students move out of the classroom and into the real world.
Get out and play!! Children enjoy our playground. Plenty of time is allowed to be on our playground.
Art is an important part of our program. Our students enjoy our art studios.
Exploring with bugs, materials are meant to inspire and provoke the children to investigate and explore.
Students must feel safe and free and be given ample opportunities to express themselves.
The Maranatha staff are proud to be part of the Yorba Linda Community. Thanks Mr. Lee and OCMAA for having us at your Healthy Family Day.
We went on a nature walk and collected leaves, sticks and tree bark. Back in classroom we glued it to papers.
"As children get more familiar with how objects can represent ideas and concepts, they begin to intentionally use materials for this purpose." D Curtis & M Carter
Peak into our classrooms. All our classrooms are Reggio-Ispired.
“The rewards of the journey far outweigh the risk of leaving the harbor.” -Unknown. Congratulations Graduates!