Try to throw something away around here and, unless it’s nasty garbage, someone is going to stop you! Not that Q-tips are garbage, but everything is something to us, to them, to the artistic mind. Teaching them how to paint? More likely teaching them coping skills. Don’t have a brush, what about this? They become […]
Stringing allows children to use their hands to refine a grip, strengthen the hand, develop fine motor skills that will serve for a life time and builds tremendous confidence when they finally move to the pen.
We like ours on a gigantic copper platter with wooden grinders…and then more on our highchair with cream so nobody can take our share.
Today was the first day we could harvest from the garden. The kids enjoyed picking radishes and lettuce; and one squash was ready. We have a few extra radishes if anyone is interested in taking some home. Let me know and I’ll bag them up for you.
After the bad guys walk the plank, we’re trapping the lion. Don’t forget the spaceship takes off at noon. The castle bridge is going up and we have to hurry across! By the way, my truck is backing up to drop this load, so watch your step.
In an effort to reduce waste, we are asking all parents to bring re-usable water bottles/sippy cups to use throughout the day. Be sure you label it with your child’s name as well. They will stay here and we will take care of washing them. Thank you!
Just a quick note to inform parents we will be closed on May 29 for Memorial Day this year. Also, July 4th falls on a Tuesday. Since we typically follow the federal guidelines (Banking Holiday Schedule), that would have us closed on Tuesday July 4th. If you are planning a vacation this spring or summer, […]
Our upper class has been hard at work. Ms. Paty enjoys sharing her knowledge of Geology, astronomy and other earth sciences. Mr. Lex is continuously working with our future architects as they increase their skill and understanding of structures and the laws of physics. Indoor sensory experiences keep us calm and focused. Check out the […]
UPDATE 1:00am January 13 It is our fear that even with the salt treatments, the hill at Vasaio could become dangerous later today. Since only a handful of children will be here, we have decided to move all children in attendance to the Wild Poppy location at 230 Jungermann Road for the day. We will […]
Study of light, shadow and reflection continues. Students are becoming more confident in their understanding of how to manipulate, bend and control. They work and learn from each other through trial and error.